Rearchitecting telcos for an open future
Open interfaces, disaggregated systems and best-of-breed multivendor network architectures are regarded as vital by an increasing number of major network operators and much progress has been made on designs, blueprints and options during the past 12-18 months. But how much progress has really been made?
The critical role of the open source community to DSP developments
Open source stacks already underpin the key distributed telco cloud platforms that will introduce the flexibility, automation and enhanced operations needed for cloud native strategies. This round table looks at the key open source trends and community initiatives impacting telco cloud strategies in 2021 and beyond.
Introducing open business models
Many business models and practices are still stuck in the traditional, hardware-oriented era. How can business models be adapted to provide more suitable procurement and customer relationship engagements for a more cloud-oriented and software-oriented DSP sector?
Solutions and Strategies Roundtables:
The strategies, services and technologies being implemented and deployed to overcome the challenges and take advantage of emerging market opportunities)
Open architectures for the next-gen telco
Is it the right approach for telcos to build a single distributed open platform to offer new services? A one size fits all horizontal model?
The deployment of open source technologies in telco cloud strategies
How is open source software reshaping communications networks?
Monetising open networks with a new breed of telco software
Evolution of OSS and BSS for these open architectures, open APIs etc