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Aria Networks Shows Off Self-Healing Video Distribution Using SDN+AI Combo

Shows how AI+SDN can realize a self-healing video service AI can intelligently design services in real time SDN+AI is required to achieve true on-demand, zero-touch networks, at scale 1 November 2017 – LONDON, UK: AI and networking pioneer Aria Networks is showing how the combination of software-defined networking (SDN) and AI can be used to […]

Posted on: 1st November 2017 | Read more

Aria Talks AI, Automation, SDN and OSS at LightReading’s OSS/SDN Event

If 2017 was the year of NFV, then 2018 looks like the year of “automation”. At least if the recent SDN/NFV Forum in The Hague is anything to go by. And that’s good news, because it’s a return to the historic focus for OSS. The bad news is that over the last few years, almost […]

Posted on: 24th October 2017 | Read more

OSS, SDN and Understanding Automation

LightReading’s upcoming OSS in the Era of SDN & NFV is, to my knowledge, the only industry event to explicitly reference both OSS and SDN in its title. Which is odd, given how much talk there was about Operations at last week’s (excellent) SDN Forum in The Hague. However it seems like perhaps the distinct […]

Posted on: 23rd October 2017 | Read more

What good is insight…without action?

“Closing the loop” isn’t possible, unless you’re able to act intelligently.   The prominence of Big Data in recent years across many verticals, not just telecom, has given businesses new insight into complex data sets. But that’s only addressed one part of the problem. The key question is less “what?” than “what now?” Because the […]

Posted on: 30th June 2017 | Read more

SDN/NFV: Not Just for the Big Players

The virtualization plans of the largest operators and vendors understandably attract the most attention. But they’re not the only ones with ambitious plans – and impressive progress. Last week’s SDN/NFV workshop hosted by INCA – the Independent Networks Co-operative Association – provided plenty of insights into the views and experiences of the UK’s alternative operators. […]

Posted on: 26th June 2017 | Read more

Regulator’s £1.9m Fine Highlights Importance of Vulnerability Analysis

UK mobile operator 3 has been fined £1.9m – not for an actual outage, but for a network design that would have compromised access to the emergency services, breaching a condition of its license. That 3 had an unidentified single point of failure in its network is surprising enough. However, somewhat embarrassing is that the […]

Posted on: 16th June 2017 | Read more