Monday, 23 July 2018

China Mobile, the GSMA and Huawei announce partnership to build assessment framework for achieving carrier-grade NFV reliability

By Brian Dolby for Total Telecom
Wednesday 08 March 17

“Five-9s reliability must be the minimum acceptance for the networks of the future,” says GSMA

China Mobile, the GSMA and Huawei announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that they are working together on a joint project to build an assessment framework for achieving carrier-grade Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) reliability across the whole of the telecommunications industry. The project aims to combine industry efforts to construct a scalable and comprehensive framework that will enable proactive, flexible and analytical network maintenance for telecoms operators in a virtualised world. This will eliminate potential network risks and help to build a network with higher reliability, increased stability and better connectivity for the delivery of digital services…

China Mobile, the GSMA and Huawei announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that they are working together on a joint project to build an assessment framework for achieving carrier-grade Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) reliability across the whole of the telecommunications industry. The project aims to combine industry efforts to construct a scalable and comprehensive framework that will enable proactive, flexible and analytical network maintenance for telecoms operators in a virtualised world. This will eliminate potential network risks and help to build a network with higher reliability, increased stability and better connectivity for the delivery of digital services…

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