The two companies say they have integrated a mMIMO solution, end to end, applying Open RAN rules.
The Financial Times says a new report tells mobile operators from whom to buy network equipment having kicked Huawei out of the UK market.
The Spanish infrastructure investor agreed to buy CK Hutchison’s Europan tower estate for €10 billion in November.
The operator says it has converted 1,000 antennas to “full 5G”, to offer lower latency and network slicing.
The chip maker is working on an individual basis with Fujitsu, Google Cloud, Mavenir, Radisys and Wind River to develop solutions for its NVIDIA AI-on-5G platform.
The manufacturer, Hyperbat, is working on a proof of concept with BT, Ericsson, NVIDIA, Qualcomm and others to embrace Industry 4.0 practices.
Germany’s Federal Research Minister, Anja Karliczek, is launching a 6G research initiative that will run until 2025.
The partners say that, “European sovereignty" and Europe's ability to exploit new tech and disruptive services are at stake.
With a joint proof of concept, SEBA, Swissquote, Sygnum, Vontobel and Swisscom “lay the foundation for banking-grade reference prices in the digital asset world”.
A message from Annie Turner, Editor of Mobile Europe & European Communications, opening the Telecoms Europe 2021 Virtual Event
Keynote: The resurgence of infrastructure
By Christoph Aeschlimann, CTO & CIO, Swisscom
Covid has put networks right where our industry believes they belong – centre stage. What are the ramifications of being the backbone of the digital economy? How well does playing such a huge role in social and economic welfare sit with running a commercial business? Should more of the cost of building out fibre and 5G come out of the public purse?
The future of ‘smart’ intent-based networks
By Enrico Maria Bagnasco, Chief Technology Officer, Sparkle
As networks become more complex and harder to manage, what do we mean by intent-based networks and why do operators need them? Moving from pre-defined systems to intelligent network services. How do you leverage predictive analytics, machine learning and other kinds of AI to build an intent-based network? What will intent-based networking deliver?
Coming to a container near you…
By Wim Bouckenooghe, Director Core & Communication Solutions, Proximus
Is being cloud-native critical to operators’ survival and how well are telcos progressing towards becoming cloud-native? Risk aversion and an under-competitive vendor market have kept telecom networks from keeping up with the state of the art in networking, but cloud-native techniques and containerisation are bringing them to the cutting edge. What are the next steps in this transformative journey?
The journey to operational and business support system modernisation
Fátima de la Iglesia, Business Development Manager, Telco EMEA, Red Hat
Luis Zas Couce, Head of EMEA Telco Technology Office, Red Hat
The evolution from being a service provider to becoming a digital service provider is not easy and brings new challenges resulting from new customer habits, technological evolution, and introduction of new services. All these aspects require a complete transformation of operations support systems and business support systems (OSS/BSS) in order to achieve business agility, bring new services to the market faster, and support them in a flexible and dynamic way. This transformation can lead to improved customer experiences, opportunities for new revenue, and the potential for new business models. In this presentation, we will cover how the evolution of OSS/BSS is necessary for digital transformation as well as recommendations and strategies for success. The session will demonstrate how innovation and open source solutions support successful OSS/BSS transformation.