Ericsson & Telstra team up to develop enterprise edge cloud solution
Category: #technology  By Hrishikesh Kadam  Date: 2020-11-10
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Ericsson & Telstra team up to develop enterprise edge cloud solution

Telstra and Ericsson have lately announced partnership plans regarding the development of an enterprise edge cloud solution particularly for the Telstra domain. The agreement has been built on the 2019 announcement between an Australian financial institution, Ericsson, and Telstra, for the launch of 5G edge computing technology for the financial services sector.

According to Ericsson’s Head of Australia and New Zealand, Emilio Romeo, the company continues to push the boundaries of technological innovation through this extended collaboration with Telstra into enterprise edge cloud, in turn bringing the benefits of 5G and edge computing to enterprises, while backing Telstra in the creation of new services across its network.

The agreement will reportedly help in driving innovation across industries via development of solutions for the purpose of enabling service assurance, seamless orchestration, and network exposure. These capacities will further promote the possibility of establishing consumption-based interfaces between the Telstra network as well as cloud providers. Additionally, Telstra will have the capacity of promoting enhanced services for enterprise clientele via enterprise-tuned and agile network services across its network.

Networks & IT Executive of Telstra Group, Nikos Katinakis, has expressed the company’s pleasure in working for the development of this enterprise edge cloud solution in collaboration with Ericsson by stating that this represents a natural advancement from the previous year’s trial around 5G edge computing and will benefit as an effective framework for bringing the merits of 5G to the Australians. Katinakis has also added that this agreement paves the way for future applications into other industries, like manufacturing and agriculture.

With the continuance of the 5G rollout across Australia, harnessing edge computing will effectively allow the Telstra in tapping the potential of 5G technology, while making sure that Australia and the company’s clientele stay at the cutting edge of mobile technology, asserted Katinakis.

 

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https://www.ericsson.com/en/press-releases/2020/11/ericsson-and-telstra-collaborate-on-edge-cloud-for-enterprises

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