Technological advances are bringing new challenges and opportunities for telcos, along with a great deal of uncertainty. CTOs and CIOs must find the best way forward for their companies’ IoT, virtualization and assurance strategies, but a new survey shows that they are far from unanimous in terms of the specifics of future development.
CSPs once dominated the telco landscape. There was no competition, and no need to change an operational model that worked – more or less. Neither was there any impetus for innovation. Now, all that has changed; new technologies and new challengers in the telecommunications domain mean it is time for telcos to embrace the virtual and go cloud-native
We’ve long used artificial intelligence and machine learning – for example in the aerospace industry – but they are now becoming bywords for success in many industries, telecommunications included. The reason is that AI and ML facilitate automation to a degree demanded in the age of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT). And automation is where today’s telcos are headed…
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The digital era is upon us, and for telcos this means challenges and opportunities, demanding transformation and adaptation to the new world. In terms of OSS, the key to success will lie in innovation and embracing new ways of both thinking and doing.
Today’s telecommunications landscape looks radically different from that of 10 years ago – yet many CSPs are still using the same hardware-based network architecture that they have always had in place. Meantime, OTTs are racing ahead in a fiercely competitive market. It’s time, then, for telcos to reach for the cloud and make a digital transformation.
The proliferation of Internet of Things devices, the coming launch of 5G, virtual technologies and artificial intelligence all signal a new era in digital telecommunications. These innovations can mean only one thing – it’s time for industry players to reinvent telecoms.
Slow and cumbersome, “waterfall” methodology for telecom solution development is on the way out. It is being replaced by a combination of DevOps with microservices, which will drive telecoms companies in a world rapidly becoming defined by automation and ever higher speeds. The theory is simple, and the practical application requires only an open mind…
The challenges and opportunities of the Internet of Things mean that CSPs need to evolve swiftly into next generation operators. Only by embracing new ways of thinking about infrastructure, service and digitization can telecoms companies hope to compete and expand in the B2B sector in this new era.