At the recent MWC Barcelona 2024, industry leaders Huawei convened the Green Development Elite Club, a stage for key representatives from prominent organizations to illuminate their vision and effort for Green Target Networks. These networks aim to foster sustainable growth, using state-of-the-art computing power and AI to transform operations.

Telefónica’s recent release of a green bond, valued at €1,750 million, experienced an impressive demand. The bond’s oversubscription tripled, indicating keen investor interest in the telecommunication giant’s ecological endeavors. The bond, which will fund projects aimed at modernizing both fixed and mobile telecom networks, is aligned with Telefónica’s goal of dedicating roughly 40% of total funding to ESG criteria by 2026, underpinning the company’s pledge to integrate environmental and financial sustainability.

Nokia has released an update to its AVA Energy efficiency software, which now features improved algorithms and power-saving strategies, allowing communication service providers (CSPs) to achieve significant reductions in electricity use in their networks.   The enhanced Nokia AVA Energy efficiency tool’s improved machine learning algorithms will allow CSPs to reduce power usage in their data centers, as well as network base stations, batteries and air conditioning units in telecom networks.   Based on customer testing, Nokia AVA Energy efficiency software can reduce power use by up to 30%, which is an increase of around 10% from the original program. The upgraded solution enables operators to automatically shut down idle and underutilized equipment using algorithms. It also offers the possibility to entirely disconnect gear through remote power control modules.   Businesses use Nokia’s AVA Energy efficiency software to reduce overall energy costs while addressing environmental sustainability issues in their operations.…