Even before the global pandemic, the telecom industry has been managing over a decade of disruptions from digital-native companies like Uber and Netflix, who set a new standard for seamless online experiences. Networks continue to adapt in order to support service delivery and today, cloud is seen as a key enabler of large-scale transformation with the market projected to reach $75 billion by 2026. Cloud migration, private and / or cloud, coupled with technologies such as OpenRAN and edge computing, can extract real value and create a new blueprint that resets network economics for the future, but it needs careful navigation to ensure value creation for mobile network operators.
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"Businesses are demanding more of their IT organizations as they modernize, try to keep pace with customer expectations and respond to competitive pressures. They need their underlying networks to be as flexible and dynamic enough to rapidly evolve on the fly. Success starts with stable, AI-powered networks with automation and tight security that’s delivered from core to edge.”
- Paul Savill, Kyndryl Global Practice Leader, Network & Edge
Thu, 3 March, 11:00 - 12:00 CET | MWC Stage B, Hall 5
Edge cloud topic is still relatively new, many potential stakeholders are in a discovery phase in exploring initial deployments and customer trials to better understand the requirements and business benefits. For mobile operators, Edge Cloud plays a key role enabling the architecture innovation to cost effectively build and evolve the 5G network. The session will discover best practices for delivery of edge services on-demand, explore the fundamental changes in infrastructure required to scale the edge, and share the use cases and ecosystem convergence for the faster uptake of 5G and edge cloud vertical uses cases.