There’s no doubt that many traditional tier one telcos as well as companies from other industries will significantly invest in the implementation of their 5G networks. But how do they differentiate their business services? Several differentiators are directly linked to the software architecture which needs to support a broad range of services and be service-based. This promises greater flexibility and programmability.
Key components of modern software architecture include agile development, micro-service decomposition, shared data services and automated management, which are key to simplify network operations and deliver value faster to end customers.
In the next webinar as part of the FierceMarkets webinar series sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel, John O’Connell, Chief Technologist at HPE, Sue Rudd, Director at Strategy Analytics, and Dana Nehama, Product Management Director at Intel, will explore how the adoption of IT and cloud concepts will enable the creation of agile and flexible open networks. They will discuss how a cloud-native approach, leveraging micro-service design, DevOps concepts and container virtualization, can deliver that promise.
Topics to be highlighted in this webinar include:
IT and cloud technologies in 5G
Cloud-native design principles
5G application and data management
Evolution of NFV to support container-based workloads
Here’s your opportunity to learn from the 5G transformation experts.
5G and the IT-ification of Telecommunications: Agility, Micro-Services, and Cloud Native Design Considerations June 27, 2019 | 8 a.m. PST / 5 p.m. CET / 9:30 p.m. IST Register today
Join us for this interactive sessions on Thursday, June 27th!