Jio is positioned to take a global leadership role in 6G development, as revealed by Mukesh Ambani. The company’s transformation from telecom to tech, coupled with its 5G achievements and AI aspirations, paints a promising future.
Welcome to our latest edition – a deep dive into the technological marvels of Open RAN and 5G. Join us as we unravel insider insights from Radisys Corporation’s CEO, explore the transformative CAMARA project, and highlight pioneering entities like the Telecom Infra Project, Small Cell Forum, and Open RAN Policy Coalition. Delve into the future of consumer engagement in the Spatial Web era and discover the intersection of AI, AR, VR, and edge computing. We invite you to explore, question, engage and help shape our shared digital future. Welcome to the discourse. Happy reading!
Welcome to the era of 5G revolution with the CAMARA Project. This initiative exposes telco network capabilities via APIs, simplifying network complexity and providing benefits across telco operators and countries. It’s transforming the very fabric of telecom networks into robust service platforms, opening the door for enhanced service capabilities and fresh revenue streams for telecom providers. Dive into this article to learn about the CAMARA Project’s journey, its approach towards standardization and simplification, and its vision for the future. Explore now!
Verizon makes a significant stride in 5G technology by successfully implementing network slicing, promising personalized network experiences based on individual application needs.
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson have developed a secure 5G network slicing that directly connects to a private cloud, addressing enterprise concerns over adopting edge use cases. The proof-of-concept has significant implications for the future of 5G technology, particularly around network slicing, with the potential to provide premium, revenue-generating services. However, security concerns persist, highlighting the need for careful management of network slices.
Vodafone and ITN partner to enable the first UK broadcast using a public 5G Standalone (5G SA) network for the Coronation of King Charles III, showcasing the future of cellular connectivity.
Vodafone introduces the UK’s first 5G standalone (SA) mobile private networking (MPN) service, offering customizable network solutions and paving the way for specialized services.
Nokia and Singtel successfully trialed 5G IP transport end-to-end network slicing. Technology is designed to enhance the customer experience by delivering end-to-end service performance. When deployed, the solution will also enable Singtel to offer more innovative 5G services by leveraging virtual networks optimized for different applications or isolating enterprise customers’ secure slices from Internet traffic.
A drone flying cell tower is a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with a 5G base station, which can be deployed to provide coverage in remote or hard-to-reach areas. These flying cell towers can be rapidly deployed and offer several advantages over traditional stationary cell towers, including increased flexibility, faster deployment, and the ability to cover larger areas with fewer towers.
In order to maximize revenue and add more value, operators must expand their connectivity offerings beyond speed and customer experience; they need to expand their footprint into edge cloud platforms and AI-based solution stacks. Doing this will help them secure a larger share of the potential profits.
There are specific areas from which telcos will mine the revenue. But the key 5G monetization strategy for telcos would be to invest in all 5G standalone (SA) network aspects. It will bring different ecosystem partners together, help upgrade charging models, strategize usage of telecom APIs, and launch network slices to tap enterprise customer segments. All these would be driven by bringing high-level end-to-end automation and a solid orchestration platform to start services to consumers quickly.
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.
The world’s first demonstration of an automated driving application supported by 5G Standalone network slicing with controlled network features for QoS (Quality of Service) was announced by Deutsche Telekom, BMW Group, Valeo, Qualcomm, and Ericsson. The partners looked into how 5G SA network slicing with various QoS features can provide successful automotive use case scenarios.
Nokia to support Nedaa on its journey to delivering next-generation 5G network capabilities by upgrading its networks and developing innovative use cases. Nedaa is targeting segment-oriented solutions by introducing network slicing to improve public safety and smart city services for concerned organizations and citizens, as well as lay the foundations for more advanced services such as metaverse.
Nokia and Safaricom successfully piloted Africa’s first 4G/5G fixed wireless access (FWA) network slicing in Kenya’s Western Region, a first step towards launching commercial slicing services to offer customers a more personalised network experience.