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Mavenir and Airtel Demonstrate O-RAN RIC at Global O-Ran Alliance Plugfest Hosted by Airtel in India
Bharti Airtel, India’s largest integrated telco, together with Mavenir, demonstrated O-RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC), at the recent Global O-RAN ALLIANCE Plugfest it hosted. The Global Plugfest, which was a first for the India region participation, showcased the growing maturity of the O-RAN ecosystem.
Machine Learning, Big Data and Data Science emerged as the most mentioned trends among the artificial intelligence (AI) influencer discussions on Twitter during the third quarter (Q3) of 2020, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, revealed India insights from its report titled, ‘Global Stakeholder Series’. Insights from this report reveal the changing ways in which we are working today, including the digital imperative pushing companies to re-examine their business models; the all-digital, work from anywhere world; and the role of businesses as a platform for change.
Fujitsu Develops Virtual Router Acceleration Technology To Deliver Ultra-High-Speed Packet Processing Performance
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. announced the development of technology to accelerate virtual routers, which play a major role in the functionality of networks in virtual environments. Server virtualization, which concentrates multiple applications and the infrastructure functionality of network processing in a general-purpose server environment, is spreading beyond datacenters to the field of edge computing, including wireless base stations and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)
A new phase in the field of road network security and infrastructure monitoring is starting. ASPI Tech, IBM and Fincantieri NexTech announce that the new digital system for civil infrastructure monitoring, based on IBM Maximo, is now in operation. The system has been developed by Autostrade Tech, the technology-focused subsidiary of Autostrade per l’Italia Group, together with IBM and Fincantieri NexTech.