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Red Hat and Hewlett Packard Enterprise
The industry has been slower to virtualise the radio access network (RAN) than other network domains because of its stringent performance requirements and complexity. A strong partner ecosystem is crucial to the successful deployment of these networks.
Join this panel with Red Hat and Hewlett Packard Enterprise to learn why communications service providers (CSPs) are now turning their attention to this expensive and demanding area of the network in search of the benefits they are beginning to experience in other domains, including lower total cost of ownership, greater agility in scaling capacity and the prospect of increased and faster service innovation in future.
- Azhar Sayeed, Senior Director, TME Technology & Strategy, Red Hat
- Martin Halstead, Senior Distinguished Technologist, Communications Technology Group, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Recorded August 2022
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