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Reply has developed a Security Proposition strategy focused on 5G. It is designed to support organisations in defining an approach aimed at minimising risks and implementing high security standards, with flexible solutions that can be adapted to the evolutionary developments of a technology in continuous growth.
Access 4.0 (A4) platform, Deutsche Telekom is breaking new ground in the construction and provision of networks. Reply, chosen as co-development partner, supports Deutsche Telekom in this transformation from a traditional telecommunication provider into a cloud-based provider.
International voice, data and multimedia services specialist Sparkle is developing an intelligent and distributed infrastructure based on their network of fibre-optic cables and data centres across 34 countries. The Sparkle team are pursuing a model they call ‘pay as you grow’: an economic scalability model capable of adapting to real business needs.
Deutsche Telekom is working with Reply to develop the Access 4.0 programme, which takes advantage of open source to create a scalable solution making the control, management, and operation of networks more scalable, flexible and economically sustainable.
5G is the latest mobile network which is currently being deployed worldwide,
stimulating many interesting discussions about the technology and its use
cases. It has promised an increase in wealth creation opportunities due to its
ability to provide wider network coverage, reliable network connections and
faster data transfer.
5G creates completely new use cases for consumers and industries and is intended to improve quality and usability. The networking and interaction of billions of devices will become a reality in the near future. On the basis of this, the security requirements for end users, devices and 5G infrastructure will increase massively.
The growing diffusion of the 5G network promises to lead to the development of new business models, as well as new ways to use these models. Reply wanted to concretely test the potential of Cloud Gaming and, above all, the promises of the network that is expected to forever revolutionise our way of life, not just of game play.
In the common perception, the most important benefit brought by the new 5G technology is the higher data speed. However, many ignore that 5G can be exploited to address a much more critical challenge, that is the reduction of the network latency.
Latency specifies the end to end communication delay, measuring the time between the sending of a given information and the corresponding response.
Network Slicing promises to transform what was a ‘best effort’ network to one which holds more reliability.
The basic concept is the ability to build logical (virtual) networks, called “Network Slices”, on top of shared physical resources by providing them as a service to support diverse use cases with distinctive characteristics and requirements.
Reply leverages Data and Analytics to gain insights into the development of the Coronavirus pandemic and how it impacts society, consumers and industries. This report focusses on the changes in the Telecommunications sector.
Over the last few years, there has been an increase in connected devices and a growing trend towards interactive media. High-band spectrum provides the anticipated leap in data speed, capacity, quality and low latency promised by 5G.
Diffusion and availability of new technologies are required to transform a city in a smart city, contributing to reach high level of urban sustainable development and improved quality of life for its citizens. The adoption of 5G will provide the performance boost required to integrate a massive number of devices in a cost-effective way and move from research to commercial services.
One of the core features of 5G services is the Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) which focuses on the high speed of end user data and system capacity.
5G technology, in combination with other technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), IoT, 3D printing and more will change the way consumers live today in industries as well as societies overall.
To make it possible for all departments of a large telecommunications provider to efficiently use the multitude of data that reaches, travels through or leaves the organisation every day, the company has been using the data streaming approach for some time now.
Every year, the portfolio of the omnichannel retailer HSE24 includes more than 20,000 articles from the fashion, jewelry, cosmetics, wellness, household and home & living segments. Given this product variety, the company has been using SAP Marketing Recommendation since 2018 in order to offer its customers the best possible customer journey through all channels and at all touchpoints.
The program of divesting legacy networks leads to the new paradigm of
Network Function Virtualization and in particular towards the innovation of the
vSTP network devices of
Sky Italia has teamed up with the Go Reply cloud partner to develop a hybrid transcoder on the Google Cloud Platform.
Target Reply transforms Telco companies into Data Brokers, supporting them in the analysis and processing of collected data in order to extract business value.
What is critical for a successful digitization of complex companies? Volker Glaeser,
Twice Reply, explains on
Total Telecom how a clearly-defined strategy and well managed, already simplified processes lead a company's digital transformation to success.
The rise of programmable networks is transforming the way telcos operate. Alexander Seyf, Partner at Sytel Reply, looks at some successful SDN implementations and stresses the importance of open source.
Unified Communications adoption is a key objective in enterprise’s priorities. Unifying communications within an enterprise can show savings both in financial terms but also improve ways of working through simplification of the infrastructure by increased collaboration within the workforce.