The Atlanta-based firm expects to add new data centers by year-end to support multi-access edge computing and cloud services.
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The operator’s latest open source project named OnLife tackles multi-access edge computing and other 5G use cases, using CORD-like software.
Using a video analytics application, the operator was able to monitor and analyze a video feed of an assembly line and make real-time corrections.
The project launched last month uses source code from AT&T and is targeted at developing carrier-grade computing applications running in virtual machines and containers. The community expects to release code by mid-year.
The white box routers are part of a “radical realignment” of AT&T's network architecture and means the carrier will no longer rely on proprietary silicon and feature roadmaps from traditional vendors.
Dell EMC today rolled out an open universal CPE platform designed to support multiple virtual network functions and software-defined wide area networking.
ETSI MEC is working with ETSI NFV to determine how to deploy MEC in an NFV environment.
The trial mainly focused on management of streaming video content, which could account for up to 80 percent of Verizon's network traffic.
The service will integrate with Vapor IO's Kinetic Edge platform.
It all started with C3PO and separating the control and user plane.
The need to support legacy systems adds costs.
Intel will partner with NTT DoCoMo on 5G at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
AT&T contributed seed code to the open source project.
The test will look to cure choppy and blurry AR and VR services.
The company expects the technology will be commercially deployed later this year.