Building a data analytics platform for telecoms operators – fit for the 5G Era

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Justin van der Lande, Analysys Mason, and Paige Roberts, Vertica

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As telecommunications operators roll out 5G services across the globe, data analytics will be a critical component for their success. Delivery of 5G and IoT solutions requires near real-time and predictive insights that leverage massive volumes of data from an increasing number of connected devices to automate operational processes. Join Vertica and Justin van der Lande, Principal Telecoms Analyst for Data, AI and Development Platforms for Analysys Mason, on Wednesday, June 16 at 11AM ET to learn how some of the largest telecoms operators are preparing for the 5G era with analytics. They will also assess some of the decisions operators will face with regards to analytics moving forward. Key topics include: addressing flexibility in using multi-cloud and hybrid environments, designing for interoperability and openness, operationalizing Machine Learning, and unifying disparate data sources for BI/reporting and predictive analytics.

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