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DISH announced that it has successfully integrated and validated end-to-end 5G connections using the industry’s first O-RAN compliant FDD radio, developed by MTI. The field validation took place through DISH’s fully-virtualized standalone 5G core network in Cheyenne, WY. DISH has also reached an agreement with MTI for Open RAN radio units (RUs) to help support its nationwide network deployment.
Information Builders, Inc. (ibi), a leading end-to-end data and analytics software company, announced that it is partnering with Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, to create a cloud-based healthcare system offering real-time access to combined data from intestinal, cervical, and breast cancer studies.
ActiveCampaign, the leader in customer experience automation (CXA), appointed former Salesforce executive Cindy Guerra Robbins to its board of directors effective December 1, 2020. As the company’s first independent board member, she brings in-depth industry knowledge and expertise augmenting ActiveCampaign’s current board, which includes Jason VandeBoom, founder and CEO of ActiveCampaign, Todd MacLean of Silversmith Capital Partners and Martin Angert of Susquehanna Growth Equity.
NICE Survey Finds at Least 50 Percent or More of Interactions Being Handled Through Digital Channels
NICE announced the results of a new survey amongst CX leaders. Findings confirm consumers favor the use of digital channels when interacting with service providers. Entitled ‘Customer Service Leadership in a New Reality,’ the new survey showcases the path CX leaders plan to take to drive agility into their contact centers to deliver on customer expectations.
Atos introduces “Q-score”, the first universal quantum metrics, applicable to all programmable quantum processors. Atos’ Q-score measures a quantum system’s effectiveness at handling real-life problems, those which cannot be solved by traditional computers, rather than simply measuring its theoretical performance. Q-score reaffirms Atos’ commitment to deliver early and concrete benefits of quantum computing.