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Top 5 metaverse ‘metaplaces’: Ericsson sees consumer and enterprise applications

Telecom companies have a major role to play in delivering impactful metaverse experiences The metaverse is kind of a funny thing. It’s not really real just yet but given what we do know about it--a combination of connectivity, compute, graphics rendering, immersive user interfaces and...

What is the metaprise? Ericsson on the metaverse for enterprise

Metaverse for metacasts, metaservices, and metaproducts While the metaverse is still very much a nascent concept, it seems increasingly clear that telecom service providers and vendors ranging from device OEMs to cloud computing firms stand to generate significant revenues from delivering on what the concept...

How should private network operators choose spectrum?

New spectrum options and technology present enterprises with private network challenges and opportunities.

Telus grabs LifeWorks for CAD2.9 billion

Telus said it has acquired LifeWorks, a developer of a cloud-based employee assistance program and benefits administration platform.

‘The first rule of private 5G is don’t talk about 5G,’ Cisco sales exec says

Cisco sees 100% of 5G revenues flowing to CSPs from enterprise Service providers, their traditional infrastructure vendors and, increasingly, hyperscalers, are working independently and collaboratively to capture new 5G revenues by delivering solutions to high-value vertical industries like manufacturing, logistics, retail, and so forth. The...

‘At its core, it’s a question of “who wins?”‘ Alef CEO on the fight for the enterprise

'The question of the hyperscaler vs. the operator is about two monolithic things bouncing against each other, and it will eventually blow up,' says Alef CEO For the CEO of Alef Mike Mulica, it’s a very interesting time in telecom. His background, in his own...

Orange Business Services leverages AI for IT

Orange Business Services says its Service Manage-Watch helps IT departments wrangle service monitoring using AI-based predictive modeling.

Telefónica Tech opens ‘Virtual Data Center’ in Ashburn, VA

Telefónica Tech has expanded its Virtual Data Center enterprise cloud migration and security service from Miami to include Ashburn, Virginia.

Broadcom to acquire VMware for $61 billion

Broadcom will buy VMware for $61 billion in cash and stock, the companies said Thursday, confirming earlier rumors.

Broadcom, VMware rumored to be in acquisition talks

Semiconductor maker Broadcom is rumored to be acquisition talks with VMware, which only emerged last November as a $40 billion Dell spinoff.

Integrating 5G and AI at the ‘connected intelligent edge’

Qualcomm CEO: “With 5G, we’re truly moving towards a world where everyone and everything can be intelligently connected”  SAN DIEGO--Qualcomm is on a mission to leverage its core expertise in connectivity, cameras, audio, graphics, and artificial intelligence (AI) to expand its addressable market to $700...

Dell Technologies World 2022: Five key takeaways from Michael Dell

Michael Dell: The combination of edge and 5G is “a huge catalyst for…growth” Dell Technologies Founder, Chairman and CEO Michael Dell this week opened Dell Technologies World 2022 in Las Vegas with a reflection on how the “twin engines of human inspiration and technology” foster...

DISH Wireless building a 5G ‘network of networks’ for enterprise transformation

DISH partnered with Dell Technologies for IT and enterprise expertise DISH Wireless is in the midst of building out a brand new, nationwide 5G network architected using cloud-native and Open RAN principles, with Kubernetes-based management at its heart. Beyond consumer mobile broadband services, DISH Wireless...

The need to move from ‘call now’ to ‘buy now’ (Reader Forum)

According to the European Commission, over 99% of European businesses are classified as SMEs (small to medium enterprises). To fit in this sector companies need to employ less than 250 staff, and the vast are described as micro-businesses employing less than 10 staff. In the...

Huawei reports revenue down but profits, R&D spend up

Huawei CFO: "We are more capable of dealing with uncertainty" As U.S. trade sanctions designed to cut off Huawei, and other Chinese firms, from accessing some technologies continue to take a toll, the Chinese technology giant today reported a year-over-year decrease in revenue. But...

Verizon furthers its 5G FWA strategy with Cradlepoint C-band adapter

Verizon said it plans to provide 5G UWB coverage to 175 million people by the end of 2022 Verizon will use Cradlepoint’s W1850 5G Wideband Adapter to provide C-band spectrum connectivity across its 5G Ultra Wideband (UWB) network — the brand name for the carrier’s...

As private networks for enterprise IoT accelerate, a security gap is widening

OneLayer envisions enterprise-grade security for private cellular networks As enterprises spanning verticals invest in digital transformation strategies with an eye on doing more with less, global adoption of private networks, both 4G and 5G, is poised for a major ramp in investment. While private networks...

Why telecom turned its attention toward the enterprise (Reader Forum)

Historically focused on consumers, telecom providers are now targeting large-scale enterprise customers Let’s start with a simple question: Are you paying more today than in previous years for your home internet service? The speed, efficiency and overall capabilities have certainly evolved, but providers have not...

T-Mobile US says almost 50% of traffic is carried on its 5G network

T-Mobile is pacing to increase enterprise market share to 20% by end-2025 Speaking this week at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, T-Mobile US executives tied network differentiation to opportunities in rural and smaller markets, and among enterprises and governments. According to Neville...

Will 5G Change the World? Anil Rao, Oracle (Ep. 46)

In this episode of Will 5G Change the World, Oracle's Anil Rao discusses the complexities associated with operationalizing 5G which relies on, as he said, "Automation, automation, automation." As operators work to deliver both private networks and network slicing to capture enterprise opportunity, they need to embrace automation and cloud-native technology and operations principles.

Rakuten Symphony acquires Robin.io

Rakuten Symphony acquisition of Kubernetes experts Robin.io gives its products "a bigger canvas" to succeed, says Robin.io's CEO.

Microsoft previews Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise

Enterprise Java app modernization as a managed service via Spring Boot  Microsoft has announced the availability of a preview version of Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise. Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise is a managed service for Spring Boot, the Java open-source microservice framework. Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise is...

‘Users will bypass Wi-Fi 6E in favor of Wi-Fi 7’: Tam Dell’Oro on Wireless LAN forecast

Dell'Oro CEO says all the signals are pointing to Wi-Fi 7 as the important enterprise upgrade In a conversation with RCR Wireless News, Dell’Oro Group founder and CEO Tam Dell’Oro expressed that while she has “huge expectations for 6 GHz spectrum,” it's not Wi-Fi 6E,...

Will 5G Change the World? Olivier Guéret, Nokia (Ep. 45)

In this episode of Will 5G Change the World?, Nokia’s Olivier Guéret talks through strategies for operators to monetize their 5G investments. In addition to shifting from selling connectivity to selling business outcomes, Guéret highlights the need for a strong focus on ecosystem development from both a governance and engagement perspective.

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