Network Operators Must Automate Their Way to 5G



Artificial intelligence (AI) has crept into many aspects of our lives, from Google Maps to Alexa to our cars. At the same time, we rely more and more on internet of things (IoT) devices such as smart locks and dishwashers. So much so that the trinity of AI, IoT and 5G continues to be the main topic of conversation at many telecom industry events. 5G, with its increased connectivity, practically zero latency, network slicing and virtualization, promises to support the prolific increase in network traffic and expanding number and types of mobile devices and applications.

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