As enterprises embrace the next wave of Digital Transformation and adoption of Industry 4.0 as part of their modernization initiatives, reliable and resilient connectivity becomes an imperative. Agile, flexible, and on-demand connectivity has been a long-standing ask, especially when it comes to OT; the need arises since guaranteed coverage, quality, and seamless connectivity have been in question to support these modernization initiatives.
Communication Service Providers (CSPs) the world over are seeing a sharp decline in connectivity-based voice, data, and messaging service revenues.
We examine how COVID-19 impacts the 5G rollout and service offerings of Communications Service Providers, and the adoption of 5G across industry verticals.
Until a few years ago, mobile networks traffic had a predictable demand pattern. Hence, planned node placements or capacity assignments with network processing software capabilities tied to the particular physical node worked reasonably well.
The long awaited factory of the future is here. Enabled by 5G that is providing stimulus to the Industry 4.0 agenda, these connected factories are smarter and more efficient than ever before.
5G is enabling the user-centric network with the concept of network slicing and composable networking. This has resulted in transition from “network aware application design” to “application-centric network provisioning”. But what needs to be ascertained how a network will compose and organize itself to deliver on the requirements which may contend for the same network resources with conflicting attributes.
The telecommunications industry has constantly been disrupted by the introduction of new technologies. Communications Service Providers (CSP) have to continuously adapt to changes demanded by the introduction of newer technologies.
The 5G revolution is here and its impact is expanding far beyond your mobile device. Look no further than retail, healthcare, and manufacturing to get a glimpse into the industries being transformed and redefined by 5G.
One of the most popular buzzwords right now in the technology space is 5G. Technology companies around the world have been making rapid strides in 5G mobile technology, promising it to be the next big revolution.
he excitement around 5G is palpable. As of May 2019, 20 mobile carriers had rolled out 5G networks across 294 global locations¹.
With the advancement in Industry 4.0 and IoT, the industry is looking forward to the future of connected and autonomous vehicles.
KR Sanjiv, Anita Ganti and Subhas Mondal discuss their experience at the Mobile World Congress 2019 on various use cases showcased at the event, how the entire ecosystem is coming together and innovating with 5G
Wipro's Communications and 5G leaders Vishwanathan Ramaswamy, Badrinath Kodandaram and Subhas Mondal presented various thought leadership sessions at MWC 2019. The key topics were "Run up to 5G", "Wipro HOLMES for Digital Networks", "OSS of the Future" and "5G enabling IoT". We captured a snapshot of these conversations along with the key highlights of the demo solutions at our booth.
At Digital Transformation World in Nice this May, we hear from Vinay Devadatta, Practice Head – Innovation & Industry Relations, Wipro, about the many facets of 5G challenges and solutions. Read some of his insights below before the big event.
Interview with Milan Rao, President – Marketing, Innovation & Technology and Global Head – Communications & Manufacturing Business Units at Wipro Limited
As 5G networks find their way into real deployments, there are number of opportunities in the industries to leverage the 5G capabilities. The software-based architecture (SBA), edge computing capabilities and network programmability will enable innovation in products & services and provide opportunities to reimagine experiences which 5G-enabled applications will offer. In this webinar, Subhas and Ganesh discussed how 5G architecture with edge computing will enable real-time processing of information to enable context-based hyper-personalization and thus transforming the industry applications.
Subhas Mondal, DMTS Distinguished Member and Chief Architect – 5G, Wipro Limited*, describes creating differentiated 5G experiences for their customers live from MWC 2019.
The need for service level agreements and consistent network performance on nextgeneration 5G services will make user experience analytics critical. Wipro leverages artificial intelligence and analytics deployed in a multi-access edge compute (MEC) cloud to interpret and react to changes in network conditions
Subhas Mondal, Chief Architect-5G at Wipro Limited, joins Intel® Chip Chat Network Insights to discuss reasons for their focus on the connection of 5G with Edge architecture.
5G is the fifth-generation of cellular technology that is generating new innovations to transform wireless communications.
5G brings the possibility to take these simple but important calls to a different plane all together with Virtual Reality (VR) capability through its unprecedented low latency and high bandwidth capabilities.
East Brunswick, New Jersey, USA and Bangalore, India – November 13, 2019: Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced it will work within the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to drive 5G adoption in the global communications service provider and enterprise markets.
East Brunswick, New Jersey, USA and Bangalore, India – September 15, 2020: Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting, and business process services company will provide commercial engineering services for the Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) toolkit globally.
Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Oulu, Finland, to collaborate in the areas of wireless communications in 5G/6G at GHz, THz and light wave frequencies under the University’s 6G flagship program.