TM Forum today launched its Open Digital Architecture (ODA) program. It’s envisioned as a more agile replacement for traditional OSS/BSS architecture.
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Dawn Bushaus began her career in technology journalism in 1989 at Telephony magazine, which means she’s been writing about networking for a quarter century. (She wishes she didn’t have to admit that because it probably gives you a good idea of how old she really is.) In 1996, Dawn joined a team of journalists to start a McGraw-Hill publication called tele.com, and in 2000, she helped a team at Ziff-Davis launch The Net Economy, where she held senior writing and editing positions. Prior to joining TM Forum, she worked as a freelance analyst for Heavy Reading.
Collaborative work like that happening TM Forum Action Week will continue even if a nationalized 5G network in the US becomes more than just a leak meant to stir the pot.
A TM Forum Catalyst is studying explainable AI (XAI), the goal of which is to make machines able to account for the things they learn, in ways humans can understand.
The theme of this week’s World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, is…
Can CSPs compete for AI talent and carve out a place for themselves in the digital future? TM Forum’s Chief Analyst Mark Newman hosts a webinar to discuss this and other questions about the role for AI in telecom networks.
In part 3 of our interview with Bharti Airtel Group CIO Harmeen Mehta, she discusses competition with OTT players and the kind of culture telcos must adopt to seize market opportunities.
In part two of this three-part interview, Bharti Airtel’s Group CIO Harmeen Mehta discusses what it means to transform digitally and where the company is on its journey.
This is part one of a wide-ranging, three-part interview with Harmeen Mehta, Global CIO, Bharti…
The new year promises significant and rapid advances for 5G, including new 3GPP standards and TM Forum Catalyst proof-of-concept projects.
CSPs and suppliers ranked concerns about AI displacing staff last on the list of potential challenges in our new AI report. This is troubling.