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5G Communication
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In the first part of this blog “Towards 5G, Artificial neural networks and EDGE computing-Part 1”, we discussed the basic understanding of 5G, EDGE and ANN (Artificial neural networks). In this blog, we will see how 5G along with ANN and edge, can...
5G AI
208
The digital disruption will be the new age digital revolution similar to the 1700s or early 1800s industrial revolution and its impact on modern society. Mobile data traffic is rising rapidly due to new paradigms such as virtual reality,...
5g Acceleration
212
There is a plethora of innovation happening in the telco eco-system to define a new business paradigm based on 5G architecture. While we can assume every innovation is an acceleration, the author talks about the linear acceleration which helps the...
Contact Center
1,168
If there is one industry which can be revolutionized with the advent of Analytics, AI and ML technologies, it is in the Contact Center (CC) space. Today, 9 out of 10 businesses differentiate themselves based on Customer Experience (CX) and Employee...
5G
184
The proliferation of 5G will enable advertisers to develop interactive advertising experiences which are routed directly to an individual. With faster loading of landing pages and videos, users will be more engaged and connected with content and...
Small cells to Smart Cells
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Aug 08, 2019

Transforming Small Cells to Smart Cells

Ajitesh Gupta Senior Solution Director

To address issues with data capacity, network efficiency, and performance, telco players have been deploying Small Cell for years. In 5G NR, Small Cell will also operate at higher frequency bandwidth, such as 28GHz or 70GHz. Some of the non-...
open digital architecture
1,030

Aug 08, 2019

5G and its impact on OSS/BSS

Arun Kumar Sharma Deputy General Manager

With 5G under trials, the question is whether OSS/BSS is ready to support 5G solutions. Do 3 core technologies of 5G namely 5G NR, Virtualization and Network slicing require any changes in traditional OSS/BSS approach? This blog talks about the...
Teclo Cloud
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Cloud, network slicing, and edge computing technologies and processes are changing the way that it is being put to use for service providers. It has to be admitted that with different purposes, 5G performance expectations are found wanting with...
IoT Device Management
1,169
With a plethora of connected devices, the drive to support diverse use cases across industrial IoT platform scope needs to go beyond device management functions (Onboarding, provisioning, monitoring, and maintaining).  A comprehensive unified...
open digital architecture
1,030

Aug 08, 2019

5G and its impact on OSS/BSS

Arun Kumar Sharma Deputy General Manager

With 5G under trials, the question is whether OSS/BSS is ready to support 5G solutions. Do 3 core technologies of 5G namely 5G NR, Virtualization and Network slicing require any changes in traditional OSS/BSS approach? This blog talks about the...
Network SLA
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Once the service provider has successfully completed VNF migration, the onus is on the enterprise network service operator to ensure SLA adherence. HCL has compiled years of IT experience to build Active Network SLA Monitoring (ANSM) – a VNF...
Network Slicing
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Network slicing enables operators to deploy multiple independent end-to-end networks, potentially with the same infrastructure. Each slice can be customized for different services and businesses resulting in significant revenue savings. Network...
Telecom
2,339

Nov 11, 2016

How Telecom Operators Can Harness the Internet of Things

Anil Ganjoo Corporate Vice President & Head Telecom, Media & Entertainment

IoT can help Telecom operators deliver innovative, value added products and services, and end-to-end solutions, to its enterprise clients. Read this blog to know some of the potential monetization routes they can explore.
5G AI
208
The digital disruption will be the new age digital revolution similar to the 1700s or early 1800s industrial revolution and its impact on modern society. Mobile data traffic is rising rapidly due to new paradigms such as virtual reality,...
Teclo Cloud
167
Cloud, network slicing, and edge computing technologies and processes are changing the way that it is being put to use for service providers. It has to be admitted that with different purposes, 5G performance expectations are found wanting with...
5g Acceleration
212
There is a plethora of innovation happening in the telco eco-system to define a new business paradigm based on 5G architecture. While we can assume every innovation is an acceleration, the author talks about the linear acceleration which helps the...
IoT Device Management
1,169
With a plethora of connected devices, the drive to support diverse use cases across industrial IoT platform scope needs to go beyond device management functions (Onboarding, provisioning, monitoring, and maintaining).  A comprehensive unified...

Carrier Wi-Fi: A Cost Effective Method for Network & Bandwidth Issues
Banish Bansal - Senior Technical Lead- ERS | February 18, 2015
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Realizing Carrier Wi-Fi

Mobile data consumption is growing exponentially with the rapid growth of smartphones/tablets and bandwidth-hungry applications (Video/Music Streaming, Rich Media Communication and personal Cloud services, etc.) that they run. Analysts predict that Wireless Data Traffic will increase by 300% in 2017, compared with what it was in 2012.


Towards 5G, Artificial neural networks and EDGE computing Part-2
Jayaramakrishnan Sundarraj - Senior Technical Lead | December 12, 2019
128 Views

In the first part of this blog “Towards 5G, Artificial neural networks and EDGE computing-Part 1”, we discussed the basic understanding of 5G, EDGE and ANN (Artificial neural networks). In this blog, we will see how 5G along with ANN and edge, can play a pivotal role in the communication evaluation. 5G communication needs higher bandwidth and lower latency, but the existing backbone internet doesn’t keep up with the above requirement due to the store and forward design and network congestion. So, to overcome this, the 5G network needs to process huge big data at edge itself and have better storage capability, as well as advanced CPU and GPU computing for intelligent decision. These requirements can be fulfilled by a combination of edge computing and artificial neural network-based machine learning algorithms effectively.


Towards 5G, Artificial neural networks and EDGE computing Part-1
Jayaramakrishnan Sundarraj - Senior Technical Lead | November 21, 2019
208 Views

The digital disruption will be the new age digital revolution similar to the 1700s or early 1800s industrial revolution and its impact on modern society. Mobile data traffic is rising rapidly due to new paradigms such as virtual reality, augmentation reality, mixed reality, autonomous vehicle, V2X, real time multi-player gaming, massive IoT like billions of connected intelligent IoT devices, and sensors. With billions of connected devices, the end user has a multifold growing number of connections. So, existing network technologies are fast becoming inept at handling these kinds of new communication wave which need improved energy efficiency model, ultra-low latency and high bandwidth requirements.

In this blog, the author discusses the 5th generation network system, EDGE computing, neural network-based machine learning models and its application on edge systems and 5th generation communication network.


5G Acceleration through Intelligent Connectivity
Manas Sahu - Sales Director | October 17, 2019
212 Views

There is a plethora of innovation happening in the telco eco-system to define a new business paradigm based on 5G architecture. While we can assume every innovation is an acceleration, the author talks about the linear acceleration which helps the 4G to 5G transition seamless and less overwhelming.  In other words instead of directly jumping on to a new 5G network, carriers needs to address the current sub optimal 4G infrastructure to deliver higher speed with guaranteed SLAs.


Contact Center 2.0 – Transformation through Innovation
Anurag Jain - Global Operations Director | October 15, 2019
1168 Views

If there is one industry which can be revolutionized with the advent of Analytics, AI and ML technologies, it is in the Contact Center (CC) space. Today, 9 out of 10 businesses differentiate themselves based on Customer Experience (CX) and Employee Experience (EX), which have by far, become the two of the most important success factors for any new or existing product or service. As an industry, Contact Centers have existed for more than 3 decades, but the real Transformation to CC 2.0 is becoming real now with the introduction of Omni-channel Communication, Virtual Assistants & Chatbots, Customization based on API, Cloud deployment and most importantly, advanced Customer Journeys integrated with end to end enterprise eco-system.


Ushering in the Next generation of Marketing with 5G
Sandeep Malhotra - Vice President, Solutions & Consulting, Telecom, Media & Entertainment | August 8, 2019
184 Views

The proliferation of 5G will enable advertisers to develop interactive advertising experiences which are routed directly to an individual. With faster loading of landing pages and videos, users will be more engaged and connected with content and creative advertising messages. It is very likely, that the proliferation of 5G will require advertisers to change how they ideate and conceive of messaging. 

 

 


Transforming Small Cells to Smart Cells
Ajitesh Gupta - Senior Solution Director | August 8, 2019
99 Views

To address issues with data capacity, network efficiency, and performance, telco players have been deploying Small Cell for years. In 5G NR, Small Cell will also operate at higher frequency bandwidth, such as 28GHz or 70GHz. Some of the non-traditional service providers are going to deploy Small Cells, because they already have fiber lines deployed and Small Cells will help them in improving their returns on fiber investment.


5G and its impact on OSS/BSS
Arun Kumar Sharma - Deputy General Manager | August 8, 2019
1030 Views

With 5G under trials, the question is whether OSS/BSS is ready to support 5G solutions. Do 3 core technologies of 5G namely 5G NR, Virtualization and Network slicing require any changes in traditional OSS/BSS approach? This blog talks about the emergence of 5G solutions, the challenges that 5G imposes on OSS/BSS and explores various standards, researches for the impact of 5G on OSS/BSS at a high level.


Getting a piece of the Telco Cloud on the ground
Ajitesh Gupta - Senior Solution Director | June 11, 2019
167 Views

Cloud, network slicing, and edge computing technologies and processes are changing the way that it is being put to use for service providers. It has to be admitted that with different purposes, 5G performance expectations are found wanting with current network topology. Under certain requirements of performance for some of the use cases, using edge computing becomes imperative; this necessitates bringing the cloud to the ground. This is particularly true for cases where the key drivers for service providers are ultra-low latency and high throughput.


iCE.X: HCL's Intelligent IoT device management platform to unlock business potential
Rupy Sikka - Vice President, HCL Engineering R&D Services | May 8, 2019
1169 Views

With a plethora of connected devices, the drive to support diverse use cases across industrial IoT platform scope needs to go beyond device management functions (Onboarding, provisioning, monitoring, and maintaining).  A comprehensive unified platform with end-to-end device lifecycle management solution addressing customer experience, operations, and security across industries in a holistic manner is the future of IoT device management platforms.