Software

Intel and Exfo unveil 5G fault detection tool

A new solution launched by Canadian telecoms testing company Exfo and US chip giant Intel promises operators the ability to monitor a 5G network in real time and more swiftly fix problems.

Nokia gets SaaSy with its customers

Finnish kit vendor Nokia has commissioned some research that CSPs can save 25% over five years if they move their software from on-premise to the SaaS model.

Nokia is going big on software at MWC 2022

Finnish kit vendor Nokia is drip-feeding product announcements in the week leading up to Mobile World Congress and, so far, they’re focused on the software side of things.

Ericsson sidles closer to OpenRAN

The new Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform claims to deliver service management and orchestration functionalities in line with Open RAN principles.

Ericsson raises its low latency game

Swedish kit vendor Ericsson has launched some new software that claims to guarantee consistent low latency for things like VR and remote control.

Industry group formed to advance 6 GHz Wi-Fi

Facebook, Broadcom, and Cisco have created a software group under the aegis of Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to accelerate the commercialization of 6 GHz Wi-Fi devices.

Nokia SON to shore up EE networks

EE, the UK’s biggest mobile operator, has deployed Nokia’s Self-Organizing Networks software to enhance network management and service quality.

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.

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