Autonomous Networks

Mobile operators, it’s time to get your mojo back

Contributed by Ashwin Moranganti, Chief Product Officer, Affirmed Networks, a Microsoft Company Mobile operators are about to become liberated in a way that they’ve never felt before. And I choose that word because what’s happening with the convergence of cloud, edge computing, and the everything-as-a-service consumption model is an unburdening for mobile operators that, for […]

The FutureNet World ‘Operator Award’ shines a light on 6 outstanding deployments

With populations around the globe being consigned to the task of doing very little for the past year, a scan of the recently announced finalists for the brand new FutureNet World Operator Award proves that the telecoms industry has been doing anything but! Indeed, Liberty Global were keen to highlight that, working throughout Covid, and […]

Data Ops

Free Download. – A study in removing the barriers to Telecom Network Automation via AI Raise your hand if you’ve heard of or even been part of a program that was to leverage AI for amazing returns and yet failed after exceeding budget and under delivering on promised outcomes. A large percentage of AI programs […]

March 2021 News

Operators embrace automation as a disruptive force Contributing Editor Annie Turner rounds up March’s automation highlights, from excitement about stability and SON to supporting new ways of working. TDC NET says its network is at its most stable for 25 years, with fewer instances of unplanned downtime and customer disruptions, and a more reliable experience […]

Telcos Stance on Innovation; a Matter of Identity

Contributed by Ned Taleb, CEO and Founder, B-Yond. Over the last two decades, I have co-founded several companies serving the telecoms industry, and in the process, have met with a majority of the executives from the top telcos around the world. When you ask about how a telco perceives itself, you never get the same answer. […]

February 2021 News

Network automation market set to boom post-Covid Contributing Editor Annie Turner rounds up February’s automation highlights, from the heat of Magma to the temporary cooling of investment in tech. The global network automation market is expected to grow rapidly to reach $22.58 billion by 2027 with a compound annual growth rate of 24.2% between 2020 […]

FutureNet World delegates to access complimentary telecoms training from Wray Castle

FutureNet World has announced a partnership with Wray Castle, which will see the delegates of FutureNet World’s Virtual Event in April gain complimentary access to 2 of Wray Castle’s live virtual Telecoms training courses, each focused on important themes at the event. 5G SBA (Service Based Architecture) Virtualizing the Core: 7th April @ 2pm-3.30pm (BST) […]

January 2021 News

Access networks are where the action is. Contributing editor Annie Turner rounds up AI and automation highlights from January. Deutsche Telekom (DT) and Türk Telekom have begun roll out of disaggregated broadband in their access networks, based on the SDN-Enabled Broadband Access (SEBA) reference architecture developed by the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). The two have been […]

AI and ML in the networks: risky business or critical to success?

STL Partners and Futurenet World are running a free survey for telecoms operators, benchmarking the industry’s progress at automating the networks and operations domains. Everyone who takes part will receive a personalised report of the findings and multiple submissions from one operator are welcome. Take the survey here: Much has been written about the […]