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Editorial Report: Industrial grade 5G SLAs – How will operators and managed service providers guarantee URLLC 5G for critical enterprise operations?

The only way for operators to generate more revenue is to take more risk. The promise of 5G networks is in selling augmented connectivity solutions to enterprises, and not to consumers. But the operator community must guarantee 5G services, offered on network slices or in...

Bandwidth Guarantees for Telecom Services using SR-IOV and Containers

With the emergence of Container-native Virtualization (CNV) or the ability to run and manage virtual machines alongside container workloads, Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) takes on an important role in the Communications Industry. Most telecom services require guarantees of capacity e.g. number of simultaneous...

Editorial Webinar: Industrial grade 5G SLAs – How will operators and managed service providers guarantee URLLC 5G for critical enterprise operations?

The only way for operators to generate more revenue is to take more risk. The promise of 5G networks is in selling augmented connectivity solutions to enterprises, and not to consumers. But the operator community must guarantee 5G services, offered on network slices or in...

Dynamic network function placement is essential in the 5G era

  Network function (NF) placement, or homing, is a set of smart algorithms which deploy services automatically across multiple sites and multiple clouds, based on a wide variety of intent and policy constraints including capacity, location, platform capabilities and other service specific parameters. Optimization of NF...

Assuring video QoE: Meeting the challenge in evolving networks

  Wired and wireless operators are juggling an unprecedented number of simultaneous transitions in their networks: from purpose-built hardware to virtualized network functions and software-defined networks; from highly manual processes to DevOps and automation, and ever-faster speeds across the network as a whole. Cable companies...

Today’s assurance vs tomorrow’s assured networks, Part 1 (Reality Check)

Our networks have matured over the years, and as we roll into a new realm of 5G, we’re left revisiting, revising and even reinventing our approach to service level agreements (SLA) and assurance. Bluntly put, our current approach to SLA assurance is, well, not...

International connectivity key to Amdocs intercarrier service orchestration solution

Amdocs launches new intercarrier service orchestration tool Amdocs, a software and services provider to communications and media companies, rolled out a new intercarrier service orchestration solution, which enables Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to automate traffic scaling across multiple carrier networks. The offering addresses issues CPS's face...

What is a service level agreement and what’s the SLA place in IoT

Defining SLA and examples of its coverage A service level agreement is a contract between the provider of a service and its internal or external end-user or customer that defines what services the provider will offer and the level of performance it must meet as...

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