Following successful end-to-end integration testing of their OTS solutions, telecommunication pioneers Sonalake and KCOM further prepare for industry-wide trials. Their collaboration trailblazes customer experience advancements with agile innovation, particularly with Sonalake’s launch of pivOTS™. This enterprise-grade solution aids ISPs in achieving OTS compliance securely and cost-effectively.
Unicon, a key player in Linux-based operating systems, is thrilled to announce the expansion of its strategic partnership with LG Electronics through the Unicon eLux Ready Program. This collaboration signifies a major leap forward, merging LG’s hardware proficiency with Unicon’s software prowess to deliver state-of-the-art solutions for cloud-enabled digital workspaces.
Nokia, in collaboration with the HellasQCI consortium, has achieved a significant milestone in the realm of quantum-safe connectivity infrastructure. The joint initiative aimed to assess the viability of quantum-safe solutions across diverse sectors, including government, research, education, defense, law enforcement, and private sector critical infrastructure owners.
In a decisive move towards advancing its digital agenda, the European Union (EU) has earmarked a substantial €763 million for the Digital Europe Programme. The lion’s share of nearly €549 million will fortify ongoing projects and multi-country initiatives aligning with the Digital Decade targets. These targets, a roadmap for Member States, aim to accelerate digital transformation by 2030.
Against a robust backdrop of escalating system complexity, cloud-native DevOps emerges as a promising tool to simplify system development. Leveraged by Internet giants and SMEs alike, it’s heralded for boosting innovation efficiency and expediting industry monetization. Yet, its implementation is not without hurdles, as highlighted by China Mobile Jiangsu’s experiences. Their collaboration with Huawei, however, turned the tide, unraveling the potential of agile delivery and intelligent O&M to drive business growth.
Diving deeper into spatial computing realms, Qualcomm releases Snapdragon XR2 Gen 2 and Snapdragon AR1 Gen 1 platforms, enhancing user immersion through improved GPU performance, AI, and concurrent camera capabilities. Snapdragon XR2 aims at efficient virtual reality navigation while AR1 offers advanced features for smart glasses. However, despite the technological leap, the mass-market embrace of AR/VR innovations stays at bay. The question remains: will Qualcomm’s efforts be enough to spur the demand boost the industry awaits?
In a groundbreaking move, Genesys, a pioneer in AI-powered experience orchestration, has unveiled a strategic collaboration with Salesforce, the leading AI CRM provider. This partnership aims to revolutionize the way businesses manage their data, agents, bots, and communication channels to create more intelligent end-to-end experiences for both customers and employees.
In an innovative move, Ericsson and AWS have joined forces to implement a groundbreaking 5G power machine vision system in Hitachi’s manufacturing plant. This system aims to leverage real-time digital visuals, AI, and edge-to-cloud technologies for superior automated error detection. Beyond the norm, it can inspect 24 assembly components simultaneously with high-resolution cameras pinpointing defects at the sub-millimeter range. Such a venture showcases the potential of combining private 5G, cloud, and AI technologies in revolutionizing product manufacturing, even amidst the current market uncertainties.
Intel and Samsung amplify their alliance to revolutionize virtualized Radio Access Network (vRAN) technology. With Intel driving RAN processes into a generalized realm and Samsung narrowing the divide with formidable RAN vendors, vRAN emerges as an attractive alternative to traditional RAN. But will the telecom industry celebrate this technological feat with the same fervor?
Top tech giants, including Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft, have recently been identified by the European Commission under the new Digital Markets Act (DMA) as potential digital ‘gatekeepers’. These firms, commanding vast economic and influential prowess, now sit waiting during a 45 day review period that could officially brand them as such. Following the conclusion of the evaluation process, each company will need to navigate a six-month transition to achieve full compliance with the DMA directives. These guidelines are aimed at fostering competition and safeguarding both end-user rights and the interests of small scale businesses.