The June 2019 Ericsson Mobility Report is a key indicator that the ongoing trade and geopolitical disputes, primarily between the U.S. and China, will not hinder worldwide 5G momentum. The report forecasts 1.9 billion 5G subscriptions – up from 1.5 billion forecasted in the November 2018 edition – an increase of almost 27 percent. Here’s why 5G is booming sooner rather than later.
Ericsson 5G Consumer Potential Report is a myth buster for sure. Surveying over 35,000 consumers, the data provided is sure to be an eye-opener.
Intel’s acquisition of Barefoot Networks is a shrewd move, immediately bolstering the company’s competitive prospects in the hyperscale data center market segment and challenging key rivals NVIDIA and Broadcom in a drive toward new business.
Nexign’s entry into the energy sector by way of an alliance with Gazpro is a smart bet, allowing Nexign to diversify beyond its telco core and fuel expansion into international segments, fueling growth across a variety of market segments. Digital transformation is definitely eyeing the energy sector, and this move is but one of more I’m sure we’ll see.
Westcon-Comstor’s just announced partnership with Ribbon’s Network Edge Orchestrator platform is a value add for European resellers.
Nokia confirms 42 commercial 5G deals across the planet, asserting a steady pipeline for continued growth. It appears like it’s Nokia’s time to shine.
Netcracker proves digital transformation is the real deal at TM Forum’s Digital Transformation World event (DTW) in Nice last week. Here’s how.
Amdocs earnings report showcases the company’s digital transformation acumen and robust Q2 2019 Financials—proving naysayers wrong.
SoftBank delivers 5G upset: Spring time for Ericsson and Nokia, Winter time for Huawei. Huawei’s situation continues to worsen, things look up for rivals.
Oracle’s customer-centric enhancements to its CIS offerings are attractive. But Oracle’s work, especially related to 5G environments, doesn’t stop there.