Telecom Industry Trends 2019: Edge, content streaming, asset monetization and 5G to create new opportunity
According to Sriram T. V, director of consulting & business development at Juniper Networks, India and SAARC, Edge, content streaming, asset monetization, automation and 5G will create new opportunity for telecom service providers in India.
The industrial IoT (IIoT) will be characterised by sites with a high volume of connected devices and sensors – such as processing plants, mining and oil exploration, shipping ports – which require always-on cellular connectivity.
Nokia showcased its Network Exposure Function (NEF) for 5G Core at Nokia’s Research and Development center in Bengaluru on the center’s Innovation Day.
With an aim to tap video services demand in 5G ecosystem, IT consulting major Tech Mahindra said it has set up a Video Integration and Engineering business unit.
PM Narendra Modi in Japan: Tech Mahindra signs MoU with Rakuten to set up SDN labs for 5G in Tokyo and Bangalore
Indian IT major Tech Mahindra signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japanese firm Rakuten Mobile Network Inc to set up laboratories in Tokyo and Bengaluru to work on software-defined network for 5G.
With 5G technology taking centre stage. BSNL has amplified its effort. It has signed 5G agreements with Ericsson, Nokia and Cisco to create use cases for 5G in India.
#CiscoIMC2018: This week I’m excited to be a part of India Mobile Congress, one of the world’s biggest, most prestigious shows on all things mobile and beyond.
Huawei explains what simplified 5G networks mean from four key aspects: simplified sites, simplified architecture, simplified protocols, and simplified operations & maintenance (O&M).