To monetize their 5G investments, service providers must look at the entire value chain around services and pay close attention to what is happening at the edge of the network to take greater ownership of the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the proliferation of connected devices that will soon have access to the network.
Intel® introduces its 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, designed to handle extreme workloads for AI, deep learning, network and more.
Network management has evolved, but so has the number of solutions on the market. Work with WWT experts and utilize our labs from multiple SD-WAN vendors so you can confidently make the choice that both optimizes costs and strengthens your network’s security posture.
To stay ahead of the curve in the 5G economy, operators will need to more quickly be able to recognize emerging technologies and then more efficiently be able to exploit them to differentiate their business.
The 2019 Mobile World Congress underscored the importance of accelerating the speed of 5G virtualized infrastructure deployment – and for service providers to monetize that investment through new enterprise services. A pair of new developments showcased at MWC promise to help accomplish both goals.
The decisions service providers make today will have a profound effect on their ability to execute moving forward. Investing in 5G is a strong bet, but it’s also a long-play wager.