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SK Telecom extends its AI management system to mobile network

Korean operator SK Telecom has announced it has applied its TANGO AI-driven network management system to its entire network.

Initially TANGO (T Advanced Next Generation Operational Supporting System) had only been used on the fixed network since last December, but that presumably went well so it has now been rolled out to the mobile one too. It’s all about using AI, predictive analytics, etc, to automate and thus improve network management and optimization.

“The AI-assisted network operation technology based on big data analytics will be essential in the 5G era,” said Park Jin-hyo Head of the Network Technology R&D Center at SK Telecom. “SK Telecom will continue to improve the functionality of TANGO aiming at providing the best-performing network for customers to enjoy.”

TANGO seems to be a big deal for SK Telecom and it has even sold it to Bharti Airtel in India to help with its network. It also seems to be one of an increasing number cases in which operators have taken technological matters into their own hands. Traditionally they may have waited for the vendor community to serve up these kinds of solutions.

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