“Intent-based networking is coming,” according to Cisco’s latest Global Networking Trends Report and Survey.
The vendor will digitise optical and IP service delivery, automate network visualisation and reduce costs for Deutsche Telekom (DT) in Germany.
Smart city is no longer a topic about the future. It is on governmental and municipal agendas, as well as private initiatives and various large-scale discussions across different industries, writes Bengt Nordström*, CEO at consultancy Northstream.
Sparkle, TIM’s international subsidiary, has launched ‘Genome’, an integrated set of platforms and tools for network automation, programmability and virtualisation.
Belgian operator Proximus has chosen Oracle’s virtualised Oracle Session Border Controller (SBC) as a core network component for the delivery of its residential and enterprise communications cloud-based solutions for voice.
The Forum’s new project addresses traffic management to handle rising demand for bandwidth driven by video consumption.
Orange and Nokia completed the migration in France, Europe and Asia to manage the network's resources through distributed software intelligence.
Financial investors back Gigaclear’s founder in new venture to serve UK’s 28 million homes without fibre.
Having talked about collaboration and partnerships for so long in telecoms, it seems we’re finally seeing more of them as MWC2019 looms.
Open Network Foundation (ONF) announces open source projects for evolved packet core (EPC) and agnostic access.
The focus of this telecoms bellwether is likely to be on what will deliver revenue, not what’s new.
The two are to develop a “next-generation hardware management platform” for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud and 5G.
Turkish operator says the centralised virtualised infrastructure will make product launches three times faster.
IHS Markit's research finds most service providers plan to deploy software-defined networking (SDN), but there's still a long way to go.
Telco networks need a “makeover”, according to a new report from McKinsey, and CTOs must support business transformation.
Wind River's Titanium Cloud has been validated by Telefónica as a virtualised infrastructure manager (VIM) for UNICA, its network virtualisation initiative, set up in 2015.
Telenor Group will deploy a new cloud-native core solution in Denmark, Sweden and Norway, as it looks to enhance the performance and reliability of its network.
Vodafone has lauded an "important milestone in the transformation of the operator’s transport networks" after demonstrating how SDN could automate microwave backhaul.
Telenor Group is working with Ericsson to transform its network core in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
TIM and Huawei are offering Italian enterprises new services based on software-defined wide area network technology, as they aim to help businesses increase the reliability, flexibility and efficiency.
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