Category: artificial intelligence


How the telecoms industry can get the best out of AI

The increasing complexity of telecom networks and services and the exponential growth in the amount of data generated have gone beyond the capacity of manual calculation. Telecom operators therefore are increasingly compelled to embrace AI to help them properly manage their networks, services, and customers. This Telecoms.com Intelligence monthly briefing aims to separate noise from truth about AI and discuss how the communications industry can benefit from AI while avoiding potential pitfalls.

Neutral host networks and how to support them

Instead of the traditional individual deployment and operation by each Mobile Network Operator (MNO), a third neutral party builds and operates part of the network offering private and public connectivity.

IPv6 Enhanced Innovation, Embracing the IP Future in 5G & Cloud Era

On June 16th, Light Reading organized a webinar endorsed by IPv6 Forum, ETSI and EANTC, on “IPv6 Enhanced Innovation: Embracing the IP Future in 5G & Cloud Era”. More than 200 experts from standards organization, operators, vendors, government, university and research institutions registered and attended the webinar. Speakers shared experience in deploying IPv6 in Europe, benefits, challenge and related standardization progresses and business practices.

Making Sense of the Telco Cloud

In recent years the cloudification of communication networks, or “telco cloud” has become a byword for telecom modernisation. This Telecoms.com Intelligence Monthly Briefing aims to analyse what telcos’ transition to cloud means to the stakeholders in the telecom and cloud ecosystems. Before exploring the nooks and crannies of telco cloud, however, it is worthwhile first […]

Huawei intelligent IP networks, accelerating intelligent connectivity

SHENZHEN, China – During Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2020, Huawei’s “Leading Intelligent IP Networks, Accelerating the Transformation Towards Intelligent Connectivity” summit was successfully held. This summit shed light on three typical characteristics of intelligent IP networks: super capacity, intelligent experience, and autonomous driving. Besides this, Huawei shared its numerous success stories of intelligent IP networks across industries, signifying the data communications industry’s arrival in the intelligent IP network era.

Consensus on 6G is gradually forming

Participants at the virtual 6G Wireless Summit shared their thinking on what 6G can do and what research is needed to get the underlying technologies in place.

Huawei boss plays Pollyanna in Davos

In a live discussion at the World Economic Forum, Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei insisted that his company is barely affected by US sanctions.

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