AT&T and iconectiv Examine Foundational Ways to Monetize And Operationalize 5G Deployments And Services
Panel discusses the critical role that software and data management plays in accelerating 5G rollouts
What: Multi-access edge computing, software-defined virtualized network functions and 5G technology give service providers powerful new ways to maximize scalability, flexibility and efficiency while enabling new services and revenue streams. Service providers are completely recalibrating transport in order to deliver enhanced performance, priorities, privacy, security and new overall service models. Despite the operational and monetization challenges service providers face in the deployment of business strategies involving 5G, operational improvements and savings can be realized across all industries.
Focused on fueling the development of transformative enterprise capabilities and services, an interoperable, universal structure is the most efficient way for service providers to automate and identify the location, capabilities and capacity of assets which support their virtualized 5G network.
- How TruOps Common Language provides the foundational elements that allow AT&T to deploy new services more rapidly, which in turn enables it to realize revenue much more quickly.
- The importance of an industry alliance to achieve common goals, common standards and common APIs that will help operational partners reduce complexity
Panelist: David Lu, VP, Software Defined Network Platform & Systems, AT&T
Panelist: George Cray, Senior Vice President-Information Solution Products & Services, iconectiv
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