Thursday, 27 July 2017

Why an open digital ecosystem is vital for success

By Jayne Garfitt, for Total Telecom, on behalf of Huawei
Tuesday 23 February 16

As we move towards a better connected world, it is not just the technology which is changing in order to keep up with visions of the future. Telcos, which have in the past been viewed as closed and siloed, must also adapt their business models if they are to thrive in the new digital economy.  Open Ecosystem  It is exactly this issue which emerged as a common theme at Huawei’s booth in Hall 1. Split into different sections – with dedicated areas for Smart Cities, Video Everywhere and IoT, to name a few – the demos and technologies on show were vast and varied but the message was the same: Operators can no longer do it alone and must collaborate and form partnerships in order to succeed. Reflecting this message are the three major open ecosystem programmes Huawei has introduced and developed. The ICT solution provider believes these are essential for the success of future telco business transformation and in creating an open, collaborative and sharing digital economy. Its ‘Open Labs partner programme’, for instance, consists of more than 10 globally…

As we move towards a better connected world, it is not just the technology which is changing in order to keep up with visions of the future. Telcos, which have in the past been viewed as closed and siloed, must also adapt their business models if they are to thrive in the new digital economy.  Open Ecosystem  It is exactly this issue which emerged as a common theme at Huawei’s booth in Hall 1. Split into different sections – with dedicated areas for Smart Cities, Video Everywhere and IoT, to name a few – the demos and technologies on show were vast and varied but the message was the same: Operators can no longer do it alone and must collaborate and form partnerships in order to succeed. Reflecting this message are the three major open ecosystem programmes Huawei has introduced and developed. The ICT solution provider believes these are essential for the success of future telco business transformation and in creating an open, collaborative and sharing digital economy. Its ‘Open Labs partner programme’, for instance, consists of more than 10 globally…

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