Data analytics and large language models could take the pain out of some network maintenance and problem-solving jobs.
Light Reading’s Phil Harvey, Tereza Krasova and Kelsey Ziser join the podcast to discuss impressive industry MVPs, challenges public and private companies faced in boosting their bottom lines, advances in disaggregated networks and more.
Light Reading’s Iain Morris and Nicole Ferraro discuss updates in small cell and semiconductor technologies, AI and ML for network analytics, telcos’ use of public clouds, new technology to address the digital divide and more.
GitHub Copilot might sound like an insult heard in a BA cockpit, but it could soon be generating some of the software that powers a network near you.
VMware’s Sanjay Uppal explains how the company is automating enterprise cloud workload management at the edge of the network and why VMware is focusing on private mobile networks.
Ahead of this year’s annual TM Forum jamboree, concern is growing about the parlous state of the telecom sector.
Operators using custom silicon alongside general purpose processors will need twice the resources, says Intel.
Verizon’s new Mobile Onsite NaaS vehicle is essentially a data center on wheels for testing edge applications.
VMware VP Abe Ankumah joined the podcast to discuss how the company’s new Edge Cloud Orchestrator is assisting enterprises in managing cloud workloads at the edge.
Concern about the Ciena backlog seems to have faded thanks partly to an uptick in orders by the hyperscalers.