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System integrators have a strong role in helping operators and enterprises in planning, building, and managing complex network environments while maximizing performance and minimizing costs by effectively deploying solutions and technologies from diverse ecosystem players. With their deep technical knowledge, competence, and wider industry experience, they can offer tailored solutions that enable the successful deployment of public and private networks and ensure long-term success for those organizations that partner with them.
Like the past two years, 2023 will likely be another year of headwinds and change. While there’s no way to predict what will unfold for telcos, there are a few trends we expect to take root.
While private mobile networks create new security considerations for enterprise security leaders, proactive measures can be taken to mitigate these risks and stay a step ahead. In this article, we provide the following areas to focus on in 2023 as private mobile network security earns a spot on the CISO priority list.
2023 is shaping up to be a challenging year. The ongoing war, energy crisis, rising interest rates, and rampant inflation have created a perfect storm for the telco industry. That said, plenty of exciting developments and changes are on the horizon.
The top 3 telco trends for 2023 – Private Networks, Open RAN and Edge Computing. 5G networks are increasingly becoming software driven. To benefit from the power of 5G in making their operations more automated and efficient, many enterprises have started to roll out private 5G networks. Mobile Network Operators are moving towards virtualized, cloud-optimized Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture. Another dimension to the implementation of virtualized telecom networks is the proliferation of Edge Computing.
By the end of 2023, we are likely to consider covid and the sudden spikes in inflation that set limits to consumption as being history. Many of us may have less spare money than before, but we get used to it over time. Also, the climate crisis won’t go away, but it’s time to be optimistic again.
In non-public networks, 5G means a stand-alone solution. 5G is a very promising technology, but it has proven to be complex and unmatured, especially when using western technology providers. This, I assume, has led industries to take a closer look at 4G technology and find out if that could be used to get to the next level of the automation cycle started.
2022 was a transformative year for technological innovation and digital transformation. The trend will continue as the pace of innovation and development of potentially disruptive emerging technologies exponentially increases every year. The question arises, what lies ahead for tech for us to learn and experience in 2023?
Rural telecommunications are one of the most dynamic markets in the U.S., fueled by fascinating and durable tailwinds that will push companies through 2023 and beyond.
For the past three decades, the telecommunications, media, and technology (TMT) industries have been at the center of the revolution in how consumers and businesses react, interact and transact with each other and the world. Following are 7 trends that TMT organizations need to be focused on not just to reach the full potential of Industry 4.0 but to constantly be prepared for what comes next.
Who are the top global 5G Tower vendors? What are their current offerings? What is their support for small cells, DAS solutions? What are their strategies for accelerating 5G infrastructure?

See the Tower comparison table in the 5G Magazine
The potential for private networks is massive, but so are the challenges to realize its full potential. The 5G private networks landscape has a complex, multi-partner ecosystem. Investing in 5G private networks requires working with a provider with a rich partner ecosystem to support complex global deployments.
5G presents transformative solutions for municipal operations throughout our nation. The legislative and management leaders within a community rely on insights from data collected directly from operations and other sources to enable mission-critical decisions. This is all made possible by the confluence of 5G, big data analytics, and artificial intelligence.
New “private” cellular networks help users and machines to securely access information from more places as industries continue to evolve to improve operations and embrace industry 4.0.
5G is transforming markets, industries, and ultimately lives – leveling the playing field for more operators to jump on the 5G innovation speed train will open up more opportunities for everyone.
All MANOs will include network service orchestration in their ambit. VM-based VNFs will continue to find acceptability on account of strong legacy among telcos and enterprises alike. And K8s is here to stay.
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