|Project Key||Project Name||PTL||Description|
|RICAPP||RIC Applications||SUNIL SINGH||This includes open source sample xAPPs and platform applications that can we used for integration, testing, and demonstrations.|
|RIC||RIC Platform to support xAPPs with limited support for O1, A1, and E2 interfaces.|
|OCU||O-RAN Central Unit||TBD|
The OCU should target an initial software deliverable with limited functionality. Focus on aa basic E2 interface to enable initial integration testing between RIC and OCU.
|ODUHIGH||user-30c9d||Focus on initial L2 functional blocks based on seed code contributions.|
|ODULOW||O-RAN Distributed Unit Low Layers||Focus on initial L1 functional blocks based on seed code contributions.|
|ORU||O-RAN Radio Unit||TBD||Out of scope for release "A".|
|OAM||Operations and Maintenance||O1-related sysdev; initial dashboard for monitoring and demonstration of contributions. More ...|
|SIM||Simulations||Alex Stancu||Initial simulators used for testing O-RAN NF interfaces.|
|INF||Infrastructure||Initial building blocks for infrastructure to run O-RAN NF components.|
|INT||Integration and Testing|
The integration and test effort will focus on testing the requirements documented in each release. This will focus on end to end test and use case testing. In addition, it's a ultimate goal to establish a full end-to-end call flow using OSC components to carry out end-to-end integration tests and/or plug-and-play interoperability tests; but before that will try to perform pairwise tests based on release use cases as much as possible. Another target is to establish a CI/CD/CT pipeline to improve code stablity/quality and adopt modern Dev/Ops methodology.
|Documentation||weichen ni||Documentation on contributions and O-RAN SC contents.|
|NONRTRIC||Non-RealTime RIC (RAN Intelligent Controller)|
Non-Realtime RIC focus on feature functionality of A1-interface, R1 interface, and support rApp (applications). More ...
|SMO||Service Management and Orchestration (SMO)||The primary goal of the SMO project is to integrate different software artifacts of existing open-source projects creating a fully functional open-source Service Management and Orchestration (SMO).|
|AIMLFW||AI/ML Framework||Joseph Thaliath||Initial AI/ML workflow implementation for O-RAN environment. Need to interact with another project to accomplish a whole life cycle management of the AI model.|
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