cloudification


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cloudification

Moving a service to the Internet (the cloud). The term generally refers to traditional applications that migrated from local installations on the user's computer to Web-based equivalents. Cloud-based programs may require an online connection at all times or be able to run offline when necessary. See cloud computing.
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The cloudification of EITC's network with the support of partners such as Nokia offers the promise of an agile, optimized and future-ready network that will open new ICT and use cases based on IoT and 5G business streams that are more in tune with meeting customer demands in the future.
With scale development as the foundation and value management as the core, the Company will continuously push forward with "cloudification" and accelerate ecological endowment.
Intel CEO Bob Swan says: ""We are very excited about the opportunity in 5G and the 'cloudification' of the network, but in the smartphone modem business it has become apparent that there is no clear path to profitability and positive returns."
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 21 (ANI): NIIT Technologies on Thursday announced a global collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate the cloudification of its enterprise clients.
This transforms the Lumia G16 into a fully virtualised, CORD-compliant physical OLT with virtual software running in the cloud via a simple software upgrade, eliminating the need for hardware upgrades when virtualising the central office and easing cloudification of the edge.
He added Etisalat's network cloudification is considered one of the key innovation projects in the coming year.
"While the agility and speed of open source is a vital element in developing the infrastructure needed to support 5G, the connected home, cloudification and bandwidth-hungry business services, standards create the large addressable markets and evolution plans necessary to bring current broadband networks forward.
His experience will be valuable in supporting our customers achieve greater business agility and enhanced customer experience, while increasing cloudification of their networks through Juniper's unique approach to simplification."
Network slicing, cloudification and 5G New Radio technology pose different challenges for operators, and the new networks will require an end-to-end approach to meet the demands of new 5G applications.
"For many service providers, the transition is happening in steps, starting with the virtualisation of their backend user experience, content value protection, data analytics platforms and other IT systems, and leading to the full 'cloudification' of their entire environments, either on private or public infrastructure, or a mix of both."
The two companies will work together to accelerate the deployment of 4.5 to 5G networks, make further advances toward full cloudification, and produce additional strategy and planning in the field of ICT synergy cloud.
All Cloud, or the full cloudification of networks, operations systems, and services, is the most effective technical enabler that is currently available to bring the digital vision into reality.