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网络的未来:企业准备好5g的原因

“通过边缘计算、人工智能和开放的混合云平台,csp可以实现5G的真正潜力,同时保持对其网络服务、边缘平台和企业产品部署地点和方式的控制,”阿瓦尔说。

Vishal Awal
Vishal Awal IBM电信副总裁兼执行合伙人

The investments in 5G will not only boost speed and service experience for the traditional consumers meaningfully, they will also allow Communications Service Providers (CSPs) in India the opportunity to capture new value plays from enterprise 5G and adoption of next generation technologies like Edge computing, cloud, AI and other exponential technologies. 5G will serve as an evolution from the existing 4G networks to scale connectivity capacity to meet the evolving requirements (like management of increased traffic and connectivity capabilities) of consumer and enterprise customers across industries.

One of the biggest advantages of this 5G evolution will be the latency reduction, which is estimated to be tenfold over current technology. The impact of this factor of reduced latency alone will be far-reaching. Latency will be the \"gravity\" that draws applications to the Edge and to the enterprises, and can unleash cross-industry plays as a monetization mechanism for CSPs. In fact, the market opportunity for CSPs is immense as highlighted in a recent global survey by IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) that saw participation from 500 global telecom executives from 21 countries. In the survey, more than 91 per cent of high performing CSPs revealed that they anticipate outperforming their current financial expectations in five years as a result of using 5G-enabled Edge computing services.

Be ready to capitalize on 5G<\/strong>

Capitalizing on an investment in a 5G future will demand changes to the underlying network architecture. However, rolling out full-fledged 5G infrastructure is expensive, time consuming, and CSPs will be cautious to protect their existing investments in 4G. Some CSPs can upgrade their network equipment by enabling their existing 4G towers to support 5G. CSPs will also be able to integrate elements of 4G and 5G as they see fit and by replacing software for the full network with more flexible, virtualized, and cloud native offerings.

5G networks will have embraced cloud native principles and so will lend themselves to a very high degree of automation. However, the journey can already be started in 4G, to the extent that pre-cloud native applications lend themselves to automation. 4G networks will be used alongside 5G networks for the most part of the current decade; and hence the investments made in technology including cloud and automation in 4G will have sustained paybacks for CSPs.

To achieve this, CSPs can consider transitioning from pre-integrated network functions provided by traditional network equipment providers to next generation and disaggregated networks by partnering with leading technology companies with proven leadership & experience. This will ensure access to deep telecom expertise, best-of-breed technologies and automation, and on-demand skills.

Private 5G networks can fuel Edge Computing<\/strong>

While the promise of 5G is high-speed, large volume transfers of data, there is a parallel technology architecture component emerging around Edge. Edge capabilities provide distributed computing enabling real time, localized data, with low latency services and the ability to build innovative vertical use cases across a range of industries. With the Edge architecture, systems will have the power to deploy, run, manage, and maintain application workloads closer to the source of data. Instead of taking large, complex data sets to a cloud data center, parts of the cloud application will be made available at the Edge, closer to its original source.

One of the key drivers of enhanced Edge adoption in enterprises can be private 5G networks to specifically run Edge and critical applications. This can be achieved by both CSPs and systems integrators collaborating in different capacities to design, build and run these networks. Such private 5G networks can have multiple effective applications especially in sectors like manufacturing and healthcare.

Telecommunications will be transformed with the opportunities offered by 5G, cloud and AI<\/strong>

CSPs are also embracing open hybrid cloud platforms that enable public cloud scale and services while keeping them in control of their transformation journey and data. The value of adopting an open hybrid cloud approach means that CSPs will have the flexibility to choose where they build and deploy services. India\u2019s leading CSPs including Airtel (through its Open Hybrid Cloud Network) and Vi (through its Open Universal Hybrid Cloud platform) had already embarked on this journey over the last year. Technology companies including IBM are launching open, hybrid cloud platforms that support a thriving network of ecosystem partners, address the unique needs of the industry, and that will help CSPs evolve from networks into platforms.

The IBV study mentioned in the beginning had also found that half (50%) of high performing CSPs agree they must become strategic cloud platforms blending a diverse partner ecosystem, and 59% agree they must become secure clouds infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation. This offers new opportunities in the ability to innovate and engage new partners who offer best-in-class solutions. Again, referencing the recent announcement of the launch of 5G in India \u2013 CSPs like Airtel, Jio, and Vi have already been working on developing India-specific use-cases, leveraging a broad partner ecosystem.

Network transformation will happen through the migration of network functions towards software defined workloads distributed across cloud environments, the maturity of global standards, and the use of slicing, data, and analytics to manage and automate. The evolution from a monolithic network approach in India, where functions were pre-integrated, to a disaggregated environment presents opportunities and challenges. Investing in automation and AI now will thus help the CSPs be prepared to better serve their customers and win out over competitors in this next era of telecom transformation.

To sum it up, there is no doubt that a massive growth opportunity awaits CSPs as technological disruptions and rapid convergence transform many sectors, from smarter clean energy grids to improving the efficacy of public sector first responders. With Edge computing, AI, and open hybrid cloud platforms, CSPs can achieve the true potential of 5G while maintaining control of where and how they deploy their network services, Edge platforms and enterprise offerings.

A bit of crystal-gazing to see beyond 5G \u2013 which is almost here \u2013 will take us to 6G, which plays out on an entirely different level. 6G will take non-mobile broadband use cases much further and AI will be pervasive in 6G in ways we cannot imagine yet. Even more reason to start the cloud and automation journey early in 4G, so that we hit the ground running with 5G and be ready \u2014 for within a blink of the eye, 6G will be upon us.","blog_img":"","posted_date":"2021-08-12 15:53:52","modified_date":"2021-08-12 15:53:52","featured":"36","status":"Y","seo_title":"Future of networks: Reasons for enterprises to be 5G-ready now","seo_url":"future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now","url":"\/\/www.iser-br.com\/tele-talk\/future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now\/5049","url_seo":"future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now"}">
在发射方面,印度正达到一个关键的拐点5克.最近,印度宣布了第一个国民5 g网络将于明年的独立日上市。

对5G的投资不仅将大大提升传统消费者的速度和服务体验,还将让印度的通信服务提供商(CSPs)有机会从企业5G和采用下一代技术(如Edge计算)中获取新的价值。人工智能以及其他指数技术。5G将从现有的4G网络演变为扩展连接能力,以满足消费者和企业客户在各个行业不断变化的需求(如管理增加的流量和连接能力)。

5G发展的最大优势之一将是延迟减少,据估计比当前技术减少了10倍。仅减少延迟这一因素的影响就将是深远的。延迟将成为吸引应用进入Edge和企业的“引力”,并可以释放跨行业游戏作为csp的盈利机制。事实上,正如IBM商业价值研究所(IBV)最近的一项全球调查所强调的那样,csp的市场机会是巨大的,该调查有来自21个国家的500名全球电信高管参与。在调查中,超过91%的高性能csp表示,由于使用5g支持的Edge计算服务,他们预计5年内的财务业绩将超过目前的预期。

准备好利用5G

要想利用对5G未来的投资,需要改变底层网络架构。然而,推出全面的5G基础设施是昂贵的,耗时的,而且csp将谨慎地保护他们在4G上的现有投资。一些csp可以升级他们的网络设备,让他们现有的4G塔支持5G。csp也将能够在他们认为合适的情况下集成4G和5G元素,并使用更灵活、虚拟化和云本地产品替换全网络的软件。

5G网络将接受云原生原则,因此将使自己实现非常高的自动化程度。然而,这一旅程已经可以从4G开始,在某种程度上,云计算之前的本地应用程序可以实现自动化。在本十年的大部分时间里,4G网络将与5G网络一起使用;因此,对4G云计算和自动化等技术的投资,将为csp带来持续的回报。

为了实现这一目标,csp可以考虑通过与具有经过验证的领导能力和经验的领先技术公司合作,从传统网络设备供应商提供的预集成网络功能过渡到下一代和分解网络。这将确保获得深厚的电信专业知识、最佳品种的技术和自动化,以及按需技能。

私人5克网络可以促进边缘计算

虽然5G的前景是高速、大容量的数据传输,但围绕Edge出现了一个并行技术架构组件。边缘功能提供分布式计算,支持实时、本地化数据,提供低延迟服务,并能够构建跨一系列行业的创新垂直用例。使用Edge架构,系统将能够在更接近数据源的地方部署、运行、管理和维护应用程序工作负载。与将大型、复杂的数据集放到云数据中心不同,云应用程序的部分内容将在Edge上可用,更接近其原始数据源。

企业采用增强Edge的主要驱动力之一可能是专门运行Edge和关键应用的专用5G网络。这可以通过csp和系统集成商以不同的能力合作来设计、建设和运行这些网络来实现。这种专用5G网络可以有多种有效应用,尤其是在制造业和医疗保健等行业。

5G、云和人工智能带来的机遇将改变电信行业

csp也在拥抱开放的混合云平台,使公共云规模和服务成为可能,同时保持他们对自己的转型旅程和数据的控制。采用开放式混合云方法的价值在于,csp可以灵活地选择在何处构建和部署服务。包括Airtel(通过其开放混合云网络)和Vi(通过其开放通用混合云平台)在内的印度领先的csp已经在去年开始了这一旅程。包括IBM在内的科技公司正在推出开放的混合云平台,支持一个蓬勃发展的生态系统合作伙伴网络,解决行业的独特需求,这将帮助csp从网络发展为平台。

IBV一开始提到的研究还发现,一半(50%)的高性能csp同意它们必须成为融合多样化合作生态系统的战略云平台,59%的人同意它们必须成为注入人工智能(AI)和自动化的安全云。这为创新能力和与提供最佳解决方案的新合作伙伴合作提供了新的机会。再次提到最近宣布在印度推出5G——像Airtel、Jio和Vi等csp已经在利用广泛的合作伙伴生态系统开发印度特有的用例。

通过将网络功能迁移到分布在云环境中的软件定义的工作负载,全球标准的成熟,以及使用切片、数据和分析来管理和自动化,网络转型将会发生。在印度,功能是预先整合的,从单一的网络方式发展到分散的环境,带来了机遇和挑战。因此,现在投资自动化和人工智能将有助于csp做好准备,更好地服务他们的客户,并在电信转型的下一个时代击败竞争对手。

综上所述,随着技术颠覆和快速融合改变许多部门,从更智能的清洁能源电网到提高公共部门第一反应者的效率,csp无疑面临着巨大的增长机遇。通过边缘计算、人工智能和开放的混合云平台,csp可以实现5G的真正潜力,同时保持对其网络服务、边缘平台和企业产品部署地点和方式的控制。

5G时代即将到来,我们可以用水晶般的眼光来展望5G之外的世界6克这是一个完全不同的层面。6G将进一步推动非移动宽带的使用,人工智能将以我们还无法想象的方式在6G中普及。更有理由在4G早期开始云计算和自动化之旅,这样我们就能在5G落地运行并做好准备——因为眨眼之间,6G就会到来。

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The investments in 5G will not only boost speed and service experience for the traditional consumers meaningfully, they will also allow Communications Service Providers (CSPs) in India the opportunity to capture new value plays from enterprise 5G and adoption of next generation technologies like Edge computing, cloud, AI and other exponential technologies. 5G will serve as an evolution from the existing 4G networks to scale connectivity capacity to meet the evolving requirements (like management of increased traffic and connectivity capabilities) of consumer and enterprise customers across industries.

One of the biggest advantages of this 5G evolution will be the latency reduction, which is estimated to be tenfold over current technology. The impact of this factor of reduced latency alone will be far-reaching. Latency will be the \"gravity\" that draws applications to the Edge and to the enterprises, and can unleash cross-industry plays as a monetization mechanism for CSPs. In fact, the market opportunity for CSPs is immense as highlighted in a recent global survey by IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) that saw participation from 500 global telecom executives from 21 countries. In the survey, more than 91 per cent of high performing CSPs revealed that they anticipate outperforming their current financial expectations in five years as a result of using 5G-enabled Edge computing services.

Be ready to capitalize on 5G<\/strong>

Capitalizing on an investment in a 5G future will demand changes to the underlying network architecture. However, rolling out full-fledged 5G infrastructure is expensive, time consuming, and CSPs will be cautious to protect their existing investments in 4G. Some CSPs can upgrade their network equipment by enabling their existing 4G towers to support 5G. CSPs will also be able to integrate elements of 4G and 5G as they see fit and by replacing software for the full network with more flexible, virtualized, and cloud native offerings.

5G networks will have embraced cloud native principles and so will lend themselves to a very high degree of automation. However, the journey can already be started in 4G, to the extent that pre-cloud native applications lend themselves to automation. 4G networks will be used alongside 5G networks for the most part of the current decade; and hence the investments made in technology including cloud and automation in 4G will have sustained paybacks for CSPs.

To achieve this, CSPs can consider transitioning from pre-integrated network functions provided by traditional network equipment providers to next generation and disaggregated networks by partnering with leading technology companies with proven leadership & experience. This will ensure access to deep telecom expertise, best-of-breed technologies and automation, and on-demand skills.

Private 5G networks can fuel Edge Computing<\/strong>

While the promise of 5G is high-speed, large volume transfers of data, there is a parallel technology architecture component emerging around Edge. Edge capabilities provide distributed computing enabling real time, localized data, with low latency services and the ability to build innovative vertical use cases across a range of industries. With the Edge architecture, systems will have the power to deploy, run, manage, and maintain application workloads closer to the source of data. Instead of taking large, complex data sets to a cloud data center, parts of the cloud application will be made available at the Edge, closer to its original source.

One of the key drivers of enhanced Edge adoption in enterprises can be private 5G networks to specifically run Edge and critical applications. This can be achieved by both CSPs and systems integrators collaborating in different capacities to design, build and run these networks. Such private 5G networks can have multiple effective applications especially in sectors like manufacturing and healthcare.

Telecommunications will be transformed with the opportunities offered by 5G, cloud and AI<\/strong>

CSPs are also embracing open hybrid cloud platforms that enable public cloud scale and services while keeping them in control of their transformation journey and data. The value of adopting an open hybrid cloud approach means that CSPs will have the flexibility to choose where they build and deploy services. India\u2019s leading CSPs including Airtel (through its Open Hybrid Cloud Network) and Vi (through its Open Universal Hybrid Cloud platform) had already embarked on this journey over the last year. Technology companies including IBM are launching open, hybrid cloud platforms that support a thriving network of ecosystem partners, address the unique needs of the industry, and that will help CSPs evolve from networks into platforms.

The IBV study mentioned in the beginning had also found that half (50%) of high performing CSPs agree they must become strategic cloud platforms blending a diverse partner ecosystem, and 59% agree they must become secure clouds infused with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation. This offers new opportunities in the ability to innovate and engage new partners who offer best-in-class solutions. Again, referencing the recent announcement of the launch of 5G in India \u2013 CSPs like Airtel, Jio, and Vi have already been working on developing India-specific use-cases, leveraging a broad partner ecosystem.

Network transformation will happen through the migration of network functions towards software defined workloads distributed across cloud environments, the maturity of global standards, and the use of slicing, data, and analytics to manage and automate. The evolution from a monolithic network approach in India, where functions were pre-integrated, to a disaggregated environment presents opportunities and challenges. Investing in automation and AI now will thus help the CSPs be prepared to better serve their customers and win out over competitors in this next era of telecom transformation.

To sum it up, there is no doubt that a massive growth opportunity awaits CSPs as technological disruptions and rapid convergence transform many sectors, from smarter clean energy grids to improving the efficacy of public sector first responders. With Edge computing, AI, and open hybrid cloud platforms, CSPs can achieve the true potential of 5G while maintaining control of where and how they deploy their network services, Edge platforms and enterprise offerings.

A bit of crystal-gazing to see beyond 5G \u2013 which is almost here \u2013 will take us to 6G, which plays out on an entirely different level. 6G will take non-mobile broadband use cases much further and AI will be pervasive in 6G in ways we cannot imagine yet. Even more reason to start the cloud and automation journey early in 4G, so that we hit the ground running with 5G and be ready \u2014 for within a blink of the eye, 6G will be upon us.","blog_img":"","posted_date":"2021-08-12 15:53:52","modified_date":"2021-08-12 15:53:52","featured":"36","status":"Y","seo_title":"Future of networks: Reasons for enterprises to be 5G-ready now","seo_url":"future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now","url":"\/\/www.iser-br.com\/tele-talk\/future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now\/5049","url_seo":"future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now"},img_object:["","retail_files/author_1589451752_69607.jpg"],fromNewsletter:"",newsletterDate:"",ajaxParams:{action:"get_more_blogs"},pageTrackingKey:"Blog",author_list:"Vishal Awal",complete_cat_name:"Blogs"});" data-jsinvoker_init="_override_history_url = "//www.iser-br.com/tele-talk/future-of-networks-reasons-for-enterprises-to-be-5g-ready-now/5049";">