Elisa Polystar provides a fully automated first-line network operations center – Virtual NOC. One feature of the Virtual NOC is an AI-powered anomaly detection algorithm that issues “performance alarms.”
Open RAN and Hybrid Networks – migration is coming, but it will be a long journey. There are key operational issues that must be considered and a harmonized approach to assurance will be essential. Why?
Convergence and delivery are going to drive the telecoms industry in 2022. We’re heading towards a unified cloud architecture for service delivery, and delivery is accelerating, as operators deploy 5G Standalone networks at scale. These trends are interrelated and supported by a host of innovations. Read on for the Elisa Polystar predictions for 2022.
Automation has been the key enabler that allows us to offer universal services, cost effectively and profitably.
Delivering enhanced connectivity services to rural locations - think about the lifecycle and use automation to reduce operational costs
Delivering enhanced connectivity services to rural locations – think about the lifecycle and use automation to reduce operational costs.
A significant operational cost is the Network Operations Centre, or NOC. Automating this could deliver significant cost savings.
The cloud, AI /ML, the NOC and the NWDAF are tools that will help operators deliver on the promise of 5G. Predictions for 2021.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created a host of new challenges. The situation has also created opportunities.
Why a single, unified view of your network is the key to unlocking effective network performance management
The network should be a problem-free asset that allows customers to enjoy and experience your services. Network Performance is…