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AI-RAN Alliance, With Microsoft and NVIDIA, Tackle AIOps


The AI-RAN Alliance goes after opportunities to improve the efficiency of mobile networks


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At MWC, Telecoms Look for the Answer in AIOps


With revenue growth nonexistent and costs escalating, the most practical solution for telecom operators is automation

By: R. Scott Raynovich
February 23, 2024
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Telco Troubles Revealed in Financials

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Telcos worldwide are at a crossroads. It's not clear whether they'll take the way forward fast enough to make a difference in their drooping sales

By: Mary Jander
February 23, 2024
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Prosimo Ups Its AIOps Game


Prosimo's new AI suite adds a natural language assistant as well as AI data guardrails

By: R. Scott Raynovich
February 22, 2024
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Can NVIDIA Boost Nokia's RAN Plan?


Nokia will partner with NVIDIA to create cloud-native RAN solutions that apply AI to streamline operations and improve the bottom line. Will it work?

By: Mary Jander
February 22, 2024
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Palo Alto Shares Plunge on Strategy Shift


Palo Alto CEO Nikesh Arora announces a new platform strategy designed to combat "cybersecurity fatigue"

By: R. Scott Raynovich
February 21, 2024
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Aviz Updates Network Stack with AI


Aviz Networks has upgraded its SONiC network platform with AIOps capabilities using GenAI

By: R. Scott Raynovich
February 20, 2024
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How Oracle's Crashing the Hyperscalers' Party

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Oracle is now a public cloud leader. Here's how it plans to expand its fiefdom via AI, sovereign and private cloud services, multicloud sharing with Azure, and more.

By: Mary Jander
February 15, 2024
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Lambda Scores $320 Million for AI Infrastructure Cloud


Lambda, a cloud firm offering access to AI infrastructure via NVIDIA GPUs, has scored $320 million in Series C funding on a valuation of $1.5 billion

By: Mary Jander
February 15, 2024
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Cisco Drops on 'Uncertainty,' Layoffs to Come


Cisco reported reduced product and services revenues, citing slow telco sales. As a result, the company reduced guidance and plans a 5% companywide layoff

By: Mary Jander
February 15, 2024