MWC21 overriding theme was the 5G digital revolution. AI, Cloud, Multi-Access Edge Computing, and Open RAN were broadly discussed since these core technologies, in combination with ensuring the customer experience, are the key enablers to delivering 5G to its full potential.
Edge computing enables operators to transform their 5G network into a digital infrastructure platform for service innovation, opening a world of new revenue opportunities. So, how can operators gain an edge ahead of competition?
As 5G Standalone continues to be deployed globally, it aims to become a trusted innovative platform that serves critical infrastructures, making security an imperative ingredient to its success.
El índice de experiencia del cliente (CEI) permite a los operadores comprender cómo los clientes perciben y experimentan su red. Obtenga más información leyendo nuestro último blog.
Para brindar servicios VoLTE de la más alta calidad a los clientes, los operadores deben monitorear de manera inteligente estos servicios con una solución de aseguramiento de servicio de extremo a extremo.
As standalone 5G continues to unfold, integrating its cloud-native core coupled by an adaptive assurance solution is a key enabler to unlocking the benefits of this network progress.
Network slicing is a crucial capability in 5G networks, offering countless new revenue opportunities to operators. To guarantee service quality and SLAs at a per-slice level, operators must adopt an NWDAF automated assurance solution.
Deploying automated assurance will help smartly monitor mmWave. 5G services with RAN running mmWave can significantly boost speed and performance. However, it is critical to deploy automated assurance to help smartly monitor mmWave to ensure a consistent customer experience and optimized RAN.
Learn why by deploying probe-based, AI-powered Customer Experience Indexes (CEIs), operators can gain the necessary insights to achieve a superior customer experience.