Category: AI


Meeting 5G’s great expectations

The 5G use cases stretch across the consumer and business world, but it’s the business applications that will be adopted first because there is so much to gain in terms of operational efficiency and cost saving.

How is AI reshaping telecoms?

Telcos will need AI driven solutions allowing them to configure new offers and products in hours and days, engage with and service their customers more effectively and radically simplify their operations.

Non-wireless business propels Nokia to improve outlook

Nokia slightly improved its full-year outlook after delivering a healthy quarter, driven mainly by its network infrastructure and licensing business groups, partly offset by weakness in the mobile networks business.

Exfo founder boosts offer to take company private

Germain Lamonde, who founded Canada’s communications-sector test, monitoring, and analytics equipment maker Exfo and is its majority shareholder, has boosted his offer to take the company private.

Red Hat raises its cloud game

Open-source software vendor Red Hat has launched a bunch of arcane products and initiatives so baffling they must be doing something clever.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: OpenRAN, quarterlies and AI

Iain and Scott retreat from springtime London to bring you another dose of telecoms chit-chat. They start with the latest on the hot topic of OpenRAN, including Dish going all-in with AWS. Quarterlies season is in full flow, so they move on to look at Ericsson’s before concluding with a review of the latest thinking around the regulation of artificial intelligence.

Polls

Do you agree public funding should be used to support mobile operators to more broadly deploy Open RAN?

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