In this interview, Gabriele Di Piazza, vice president of solutions, Telco NFV Group at VMware, shares his insights on the biggest trends that he saw at MWC 2017.
Mobile World Congress 2017
Nearly every operator and vendor at the global event had something to say about 5G.
And should it be called mobile edge computing or multi-access edge computing?
The cloud took operators by surprise. They want AI to have a different story.
Sigfox often deploys antennas on billboards to speed deployment.
VMware is taking telecom seriously.
Another missive for the 'network-as-security' file.
Local breakout is an early use case for mobile edge computing.
VMware and Atos team up on 5G, NFV, and security.
The startup has figured out where the Internet’s major services live.
5G will likely be commercial in late 2018 or early 2019.
Details on the company's turnaround strategy are vague so far.
The goal is to be able to orchestrate services across multiple networks.
But it won't be standards compliant.
SAP's cloud isn't just for databases any more.