How many software engineers does it take to change a telco? Vodafone thinks the answer is 7,000 by 2025.
The joint launch of this new service extends Telefónica and Fortinet’s long-standing strategic alliance
Google Distributed Cloud extends hyperscalers infra to the edge and customers' data centres, strives better to accommodate European regulation
Overall expected cost savings from managed cloud services in 2021 is 40%, up from 37% in 2019
They say the 5G SA Lab’s results confirm the Belgian operator’s readiness for accelerated 5G roll-out
SD-WANs can help businesses address remote workers as a priority, writes Peter Terry-Brown of Vodafone Business*
It can be hard to know where to start with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) – here’s a look at successful real-life deployments by network operators.
Operators are accelerating towards a cloud-native approach as they look to use cases enabled by 5G standalone networks. Kate O’Flaherty reports.
The three national operators bought spectrum and Italy's EOLO gained a national licence.
The deployment will start with 3G and 4G infrastructure, with 5G following later in the year.
Keeping track of service and network assets has never been easy writes Markus Buchner, Director of Product Management, Amdocs.
Rahul Atri has “worked for two or three greenfield companies” including Reliance Jio, which totally disrupted the Indian market, and various vendors.
Rakuten Group has also set up Symphony, a new division to drive global expansion, with Tareq Amin (pictured) as CEO.
Altiostar's virtualised and Open RAN technology is part of Rakuten's network and its Communications Platform.
RAN Research predicts private 5G networks will generate $19.3 billion (€16.25 billion) in equipment sales at their height.
Paper outlines possible solutions for testing and optimising disaggregated small cell radio and distributed units of the RAN.
Orange censured in a new report for not informing authorities quickly enough about the extent of its network failure on 2 June.
The machine learning algorithm (ML) will be applied to Vodafone's pan-European networks.
Both vendors have five-year contracts and will provide the tech for roll-outs in the 3.5GHz and 700MHz bands.
UBS reports highlights something of a reversal from the usual worry that telcos can’t attract the talent they need to transform.
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