Nokia revealed that large communication service providers (CSPs) can potentially realize $850 million in annual value via cost savings and additional revenues by leveraging intelligent automation. The research, managed in collaboration with STL Partners, found that CSPs with an average revenue of $15 billion can generate an equivalent of 5.7% in annual value by automating intelligent automation into facets of their business, such as network and service operations, customer care, marketing and sales, and fraud protection.
CommScope’s all-digital ERA distributed antenna system (DAS) has passed the federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) requirements as the ERA platform is made in the United States (U.S.) or a TAA compliant country.
Cisco launched a new and expanded Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution to facilitate network operations (NetOps) and security operations (SecOps) teams securely connect users to applications. It also announced the enhancements to its cloud-native platform, SecureX to manage new and emerging threats efficiently.
UK’s Minister for Digital Infrastructure, Matt Warman, announced a new relationship with wireless technology company Qualcomm Technologies Inc., working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) 5G Test-beds and Trials Programme.
Huawei announced upgrades to version 3.0 for three of its smart cloud networking solutions namely CloudCampus, CloudFabric, and CloudWAN. These solutions shape the future of campus networks, data center networks, and wide area networks, respectively.
To help accelerate 5G rollouts, CommScope announced new antenna solutions making it simpler and faster for wireless operators to build their networks.
CommScope announced that telco operator Wifirst selected its RUCKUS Wi-Fi as the new Wi-Fi network to be utilized by Barrière Group’s 33 casinos, 18 hotels, and 140 restaurants across France.
Nokia announced the launch of Nokia Edge Automation, a new solution that removes the complexity of managing multiple cloud-based data centers by automating the process from a single platform.
Huawei officially joined the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT), a leading international cyber security platform as a commercial member.
To strengthen its leadership in 5G business transformation, Huawei is increasing investment in carrier software as a strategy to support 5G business success.