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How the telecommunications sector will evolve during 2024

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How the telecommunications sector will evolve during 2024

L’analisi di Ian Hood, chief strategist global industries, Red Hat

Consumers and businesses are united by their constant reliance on the services provided by the telecommunications sector, which are becoming increasingly important as the world becomes digital. According to Global Telecom Outlook di PWCglobal data consumption in the sector is expected to nearly triple by 2027.

Service providers face significant capex and opex challenges as they continue to spend to improve legacy IT and network capabilities, increase fiber share, expand standalone (SA) 5G core networks and footprint RAN to stay competitive.

Taking into account these trends and challenges, the focus of service providers will be on the adoption of intelligent automation and AI technologies to improve overall business and operational efficiency in terms of network, security, infrastructure and applications in hybrid/multi environments -cloud.

To increase reliability at scale while improving the net carbon footprint, service providers will seek to automate the measurement and control of power consumption and cooling, using innovative hardware, software and artificial intelligence mechanisms, especially in the RAN, but also in core implementations and data centers.

Seeking to balance market momentum and related risks, they will turn to SaaS and on-demand offerings from hyperscalers and software providers for exampler accelerate innovation before deploying these capabilities at scale. Service providers have negotiated significant spending agreements with several cloud vendors, primarily for enterprise digital applications.

We are also starting to see greater consideration of this type of agreement for OSS/BSS and for specific network use cases, but with a feeling of greater caution, given their requirements for operational coherence, security, breadth of control and economy of scale. One method to meet these requirements is to use a hybrid cloud platform (e.g. Red Hat OpenShift) as an abstraction layer across any cloud. Many service providers will seek to integrate the elasticity and scalability of public cloud capabilities into their environments and may also choose to create specific Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) and edge offerings through partnership agreements in order to pursue solution opportunities geographical and industrial.

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