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The Future of Edge Computing: Communications Service Provider / Telco
Immerse yourself in the world of edge computing and how it applies to the communications service provider (CSP) / telco industry.
Cognitive Communications: What Does Personalization Look Like to You?
Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment companies are at the heart of everyday life for billions of people–affecting how they work, play and live. How will you deliver the personalized customer experiences and content that consumers demand now more than ever?
A Symposium on the Workforce of the Future
A panel discussion on “IBM Watson and the Practice of Accounting.” The alliance has generated enormous buzz, and some concern, throughout the accounting industry on how artificial intelligence will transform the future of work.
“The Communications Blockchain Network will first create a framework using a collaboration of various technology and business vendors, which is why they have included multiple providers. This also allows consensus to be built. When the network is live, the telecom and IT carriers can then choose specific vendors they are comfortable working with. Initially, this will be a collaborative framework, which will help build consensus, along with a global infrastructure,” Utpal Mangla, vice president and partner for IBM Global Business Service Read more…
Utpal Mangla, Vice President and Partner for IBM Global Business Services, says that the CBN will first create a collaborative framework through various technology and business vendors from the multiple providers, enabling consensus to be built. When the network is live, telecom and IT carriers can then choose specific vendors they are comfortable working with. The new network’s objective is to serve the wider ICT community by avoiding fragmentation, thereby accelerating the adoption of automated settlement applications. Read more…
As commented by Utpal Mangla, the Vice President and Partner for blockchain, IBM Telecommunications Services, “Leveraging a telecommunications blockchain network that can enable improved cross-carrier relations, cross-carrier payment can help transform the way telecom carriers transact with partners and customers to deliver innovative payment solutions.” Read more…
Utpal Mangla, Vice President & Partner for Blockchain, IBM Telecommunications Services said, “As telecommunication networks evolve and we move into 5G era, carriers will help transform into digital service providers and provide consistent customer experiences across multiple platforms. Leveraging a telecommunications blockchain network that can enable improved cross-carrier relations, cross carrier payment can help transform the way telecom carriers transact with partners and customers to deliver innovative payment solutions.”
This communication blockchain network (CBN) will first use a combination of various technologies and service providers to create a framework, which is why it will include multiple vendors. When the network goes online, telecommunications and IT operators can choose the specific vendors they are willing to work with. Initially, this will be a collaborative framework that will help build consensus and a global infrastructure, said Utpal Mangla, vice president and partner of IBM Global Business Services. Read more…
“5G brings three key advantages – Low latency, Bigger bandwidth & Network slicing. These enable Business Assurance to do AI across the network, including EDGE, in new and different ways bringing innovation and enabling industries to create greater value” says Utpal Mangla, IBM VP & Industry Leader of AI, 5G & EDGE for Telcom and Media.
“In an industry that is driven by data, mobile operators will now be able to leverage blockchain to help improve efficiency and settlement times while delivering an enhanced customer experience,” says Utpal Mangla, VP & partner for Blockchain, IBM Telecommunications Services. Read more…