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How ICT targeted policies boost national economies

Countries across the globe are spending billions of dollars on ICT infrastructure development but the returns they receive are not always in line with the investments being made. Transformation into digital economies is a goal for many countries but the infrastructure and regulatory environment must be focused on results. ICT policies must therefore be set to maximise investment returns so the future potential of the digital economy can be realized.

Testing 5G: Tools and techniques for successful implementation, maintenance and monetization

As 5G moves to service deployment in the field, engineers, technicians and installers need to deal with all the challenges of ensuring that rollouts meet both the profitability and the staggering advances in service levels expected. Validating the 5G technology that cuts across all aspects of the network—core, transport, radio access network (RAN), and the […]

ConnecTechAsia Announces Virtual Event and 365 Marketplace for Second Half of 2020

Singapore, 3 June 2020 – Informa Markets today announced that ConnecTechAsia – Asia’s leading Infocomm Media and Technology event organised in partnership with Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), will be held on a virtual platform during the same dates, 29 September to 1 October 2020. This shift to a virtual event is in response to […]

Capturing business opportunities beyond mobile broadband

What are the key execution capabilities needed for service providers to strengthen their enterprise position? To capture real perspectives and priorities, we engaged in strategic discussions with selected service providers globally. Get insights from these engagements, along with a detailed analysis on how to capture 5G business opportunities beyond mobile broadband, in this report. Topics […]

Be ahead in 5G: Trust the pioneers in 5G network testing

Data consumption in mobile networks is still growing enormously. To meet this high traffic demand, new spectrum was allocated (e.g. in the 3.5 GHz range) and 5G NR commercial rollouts started in 2019. The eGuide leads you through the most important aspects of 5G network testing and covers the following points in detail: 5G market, drivers and […]

Mass market broadband with fixed wireless access solutions

Wireless Access has been used successfully for many years to deliver Internet services to mainly rural areas. Thanks to recent developments in LTE, CBRS and 5G wireless, broadband access is now a viable alternative to wired broadband connections. Sub-6 GHz 5G NR wireless connectivity can provide a quality 50-200 Mbps service, while 5G NR mmWave […]

Podcast | Edge: From ambition to implementation

Edge computing’s benefits to data security, latency and bandwidth are making possible a host of new use cases across a swathe of industries. WWT’s new research, conducted with Analysys Mason, reveals the scale of the Edge opportunity by highlighting 30 use cases expected to deliver significant revenues and that really is just the tip of the iceberg.

Making these use cases a reality is the topic of the final podcast in our series on Edge computing for telecoms service providers, created by WWT in partnership with Telecoms.com.

In this episode, Telecoms.com editor Scott Bicheno is joined by WWT’s EMEA Chief Technologist for Service Providers Daniel Valle and Intel’s Senior Solution Architect Larry Horner. Their conversation gets into the nitty-gritty, exploring what enterprises are already doing with Edge, taking in examples such as high-resolution cameras in industrial QA and data security in remote healthcare. They discuss what makes Edge so well suited to these applications, and why telcos are essential to their success.

As Larry says, no-one’s data gets to the cloud without going through service providers. But the opportunity is much greater than that. This discussion highlights why telcos should look to move from offering connectivity to providing use cases and outcomes, and how the right partnerships can help them turn the complex ecosystem of Edge hardware, software and connectivity into enterprise-ready platforms and solutions.

Interactivity test – measure bit rate, latency and continuity at the same time

To understand the ability of a 5G network slice to support a particular use case such as Industry 4.0 or Augmented Reality, it is necessary to measure the key performance parameters of throughput, latency and continuity. Download our interactivity test white paper to learn more about: The interactivity test concept and its applications Quantify a […]

Pre-empting danger with lawful and smart intelligence solutions

Law enforcement needs timely, data-oriented intelligence to stay ahead of threats to society. Where telecom operators and other communication service providers are legally bound to enable lawful interception and monitoring, smart and effective solutions that can support both the law enforcement agencies and the service providers to fulfil their security responsibilities are critical. The billion-dollar […]

Prepare your technicians for the next generation

5G is the next evolution in global communications. It will impact consumers providing faster connections than ever before, but it will also transform the way healthcare, automotive, leisure and other industries operate. VIAVI has been a driving force in 5G since 2013 and are more than aware of its complexities. With this in mind, we […]

Podcast: Edge Modernising to Monetise

Edge isn’t just a new technology; it’s a complex ecosystem of hardware, software and connectivity, and the radical new outcomes that can be achieved with them. Telcos are well placed to capitalise on the connectivity needs of enterprises exploring Edge computing, but that’s just one piece of the puzzle and just one aspect of the $17bn opportunity at stake.

Monetising Edge is the topic of the second of three podcasts on Edge computing for telecoms service providers, created by WWT in partnership with Telecoms.com.

In this episode, Telecoms.com editor Scott Bicheno is joined by WWT’s EMEA Chief Technologist for Service Providers Daniel Valle and GSMA’s Head of Future Networks Henry Calvert. Their conversation centres on telcos main challenge to cultivating success in enterprise Edge: the new expertise and models needed in order to adapt from providing the plumbing for voice, messaging and data to offering value-added services such as apps and experiences.

There’s no one way to monetise Edge, but as they discuss, there is a consistent theme: partnerships. With the increasing cloudification of the network, forging partnerships will enable telcos to manage the risk inherent in adopting IT production models, upskill on emerging trends like OpenRAN, and bridge gaps in their knowledge to offer the easy-to-consume Edge platforms that enterprises are crying out for.

The first podcast in the series, Opportunity at the Edge, can be found here, and the final installment will be available on 2/7.

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.

Wi-Fi is Ubiquitous and Should Get Smarter

Wi-Fi will remain the dominant mode of connectivity in the home environment, but the current device-centric networks have much to improve on. This Telecoms.com whitepaper, sponsored by devolo, discusses how broadband operators and ISPs can go beyond the role of mere connectivity provider and create more values for their customers and themselves by embracing the […]

5G & the enterprise opportunity

The 5G shakeup has already started in many markets. Service providers are actively considering how they can evolve from being primarily consumer – oriented providers of voice, text and data to become much more business – and enterprise-focussed, enabling a more diverse range of B2B2x services. This paper discusses network slicing, partner ecosystems, enterprise marketplaces […]

Virtualizing the Cable Headend

As service providers continue to evolve their networks to support the ever-growing demand for content, and as video delivery shifts from broadcast technologies (QAM) to IP, solutions are needed for flexible and adaptable network deployments. Distributed access architecture (DAA) is the next step in a 20+ year evolution. In this white paper you will learn […]

Podcast: Opportunity at the Edge

Edge computing is a hot topic: a buzzy area at the confluence of numerous other buzzy areas in technology, including cloud, 5G and IoT. And crucially, it’s one that enterprise decision makers are taking very seriously indeed.

That’s why WWT partnered with Telecoms.com to record a three-part podcast series exploring enterprise Edge computing for telecoms service providers.

In the first of these podcasts, Telecoms.com editor Scott Bicheno is joined by WWT’s EMEA Chief Technologist for Service Providers Daniel Valle and Dell Technologies EMEA GTM Manager Telco/5G Eric van Vliet. They discuss enterprise attitudes to Edge and the $17bn revenue opportunity it represents, based on findings from new research conducted with Analysys Mason. They also delve into why telcos infrastructure and experience make them so well positioned to capitalise on the Edge ecosystem.

After touching on other hot topics such as OpenRAN, they conclude that the Edge opportunity is great, but so is the complexity of the space. That complexity, and the fact that telcos are not currently front-of mind for enterprise Edge deployments, make forging the right partnerships essential for any telco eager to grab a slice of the Edge pie.

Don’t miss the following two podcasts in the series, which will be available on 18/6 and 2/7.

Making Sense of the Telco Cloud

“Telco cloud” has become a byword for telecom modernisation, though views on exactly what the cloudification of communication networks entails may vary from people to people. This Telecoms.com Intelligence monthly briefing, sponsored by Red Hat, explores the implications of telecom operators’ migration to cloud on their strategies, as well as the different options they may […]

5G Poster: Cell Site Installation Tips

5G is not just faster than 4G, it is way more complex. And this means installation and turn-up is also much more involved. All the different pieces have to work together instantaneously. Things like beam forming with new antennas with massive MIMO, new frequency ranges, millimetre-wave and of course it also depends on how the […]

Huawei’s Intelligent IP Network Solution Passes the EANTC Test

Huawei’s intelligent IP network solution recently passed strict tests conducted by European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC), verifying the commercial readiness of the solution’s key technologies and fully developed capabilities for the all-service intelligent era.

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.

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