No 5G without Cloud Native?

In addition to speaking at the November virtual Telecoms Europe 5G conference hosted by Mobile Europe, I also participated on a panel considering whether Cloud Native is critical for 5G. My fellow panelists represented Swisscom and Rakuten Symphony, with the moderator from Arthur D Little Austria.

Going Cloud Native

After 20 months of not attending any in-person events, I was excited to get to #MWCLA21 last month. It was an opportunity to see speakers on a real stage as opposed to my laptop screen, to meet people in person (although masked), and even to attend an industry party or two.

The (Rapidly) Evolving Telco Cloud

After 20 months of not attending any in-person events, I was excited to get to #MWCLA21 last month. It was an opportunity to see speakers on a real stage as opposed to my laptop screen, to meet people in person (although masked), and even to attend an industry party or two.

MWCLA 2021: Quality over Quantity

After 20 months of not attending any in-person events, I was excited to get to #MWCLA21 last month. It was an opportunity to see speakers on a real stage as opposed to my laptop screen, to meet people in person (although masked), and even to attend an industry party or two.

Considerations for the Telco Cloud Native Transformation

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak at the Big 5G Event on “The Programmable Telco Network.” In this blog, I share the important points we have learned in preparing a CSP to embrace a cloud native architecture for the delivery of network services and how this transformation also considers the use of public cloud infrastructure. This blog will share some of the key points from my presentation.

Reasons for the GSMA to reconsider the solutions for 5G Roaming

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.