Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Are managed services the key to digital transformation?

By Jayne Garfitt For Total Telecom
Wednesday 08 March 17

As operators’ networks become increasingly digitalised and ICT-centric, much of the focus is on reducing OpEx and enhancing efficiencies. For Sunrise and Huawei, though, which announced an extension of their contract on digital transformation last year, the adoption of ICT practices represents an opportunity to deliver the first-ever defect-free network, as Jayne Garfitt reports from Mobile World Congress With faster time-to-market, reduced OpEx and increased efficiency among the most well-known benefits, the use of ICT technologies within mobile networks is a rapidly growing trend among operators…

As operators’ networks become increasingly digitalised and ICT-centric, much of the focus is on reducing OpEx and enhancing efficiencies. For Sunrise and Huawei, though, which announced an extension of their contract on digital transformation last year, the adoption of ICT practices represents an opportunity to deliver the first-ever defect-free network, as Jayne Garfitt reports from Mobile World Congress With faster time-to-market, reduced OpEx and increased efficiency among the most well-known benefits, the use of ICT technologies within mobile networks is a rapidly growing trend among operators…

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