They say that too many cooks spoil the soup. That may be true when it comes to cooking, but when 11 global service providers and 6 technology leaders come to grips with 5G, blockchain, and network service automation, the outcome is an award for Outstanding Catalyst Depicting Business Assurance Awareness.
The market size of blockchain in telecom this year has reached $46.6 million, and that number is projected to grow to $993.8 million by 2023.
For Amartus, July involved a lot of work with MEF to help define the next-generation of Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO), a key initiative of the MEF’s Third Network vision.
Kubernetes (or K8S) is an open-source, production-grade platform for management and orchestration of containerized applications in clusters. Companies may use it to automate deployment, scaling, and management of distributed application components across on-premise, cloud, or hybrid infrastructures.
At Amartus, we have always been exploring how cutting-edge technologies can be best used to add value to network solutions. We couldn’t ignore blockchain, the latest disruptor on the market.
Communication Service Providers (CSPs) today must tackle multiple challenges to provide seamless global services to customers. Some of the critical questions CSPs must answer to run a profitable and efficient global service through a network of partners, include:
International remote surgery or remote medical consultations is a part of telemedicine that has long intrigued medical professionals. While conceptually easy to grasp, the actual implementation of international telemedicine has faced several challenges, not least of which is how to set up the network connections between medical facilities in each country.
Intro As you might (or might not) have heard, MEF has released a developer version of LSO Sonata APIs. Currently, MEF is working on the next version of the APIs that should be available at the end of this year.