A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak virtually at the 5G World Summit held both online and in person in London. My remarks focused on implementing CI/CD in telecoms, which is a hot topic in the industry. I’ve summarized my presentation below on how CI/CD works.
In June, I spoke at the virtual TelecomsEurope Digital Transformation event. My remarks focused on deployment automation using different technologies in order to achieve the flexibility and agility across the network services that are offered to the residential or enterprise market.
Previous blogs in this series have dealt with a number of technical topics related to STIR/SHAKEN technology. This blog moves away from that theme and focuses instead on a very pragmatic concern – how to select the best STIR/SHAKEN solution for your network.
I had the opportunity earlier this month to speak at the virtual 5G Forum. My chosen topic was no small matter—the challenges and requirements of securing 5G signaling networks. With our digital lives, not only our data but our finances and even our health will depend on the security of 5G networks.
The GSMA established the 5G Mobile Roaming Revisited (5GMRR) Task Force with the mission to define a scalable, usable and secure solution for 5G mobile roaming. 5GMRR brings together experts from the Networks Group (NG), the Wholesale Agreements and Solutions Group (WAS) and the Fraud and Security Group (FASG) to ensure the technical, business and security requirements are identified and that these are reflected in the solution that are ultimately defined.
How Telco Legacy Rationalization Predicates the need for a Cloud-Native Platform at the Heart of the Network
A new report from the GSMA Legacy mobile network rationalisation highlights the well understood benefits of retiring older 2G and 3G networks across APAC but makes it clear that there is a significant regional adoption rate variance for 4G and 5G. It also cautions that transformation doesn’t come without risk, balancing Read more…