Tuesday, November 28, 2023

The network's softwareization as a step towards TechCo

Argentine operators are accumulating experience on the path from a Telco to a TechCo. They claim that this route creates opportunities to develop services in a more integrated manner. Telecom's experience with Google Cloud, Claro's Cloud Native approach, which better prepares it to deploy 5G SA Core functions. Movistar is navigating on three fronts on its way to a hyper-convergent Telco Cloud.

Argentine operators are gaining experience on the path from a Telco to a TechCo. They assert that this approach creates opportunities for developing services in a more integrated manner.

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