With the growing significance of telecoms networks to the economy, players are more at threat than ever. 6G needs to get to grips with this reality, says Canonical.
Private networks are a growing use case for telecoms. They operate at the intersection of enterprise IT, spectrum management and software-based telecoms. The struggles we see here may be a bellwether for the rest of the industry. This conversation with Federated Wireless highlighted several areas for future evolution.
There are small signs that SMEs might finally be able to get the telecoms services they need in the way they need. We explore the approaches unlocking this huge segment and what they have in common.
The telecommunications industry is under relentless pressure to do more with less. A falling supply of new customers is forcing businesses to control cost while innovating services. Telcos are only set to feel the squeeze more as they continue to invest in 5G infrastructure, deal with more complex data demands pushing them to 5G-Advanced and 6G, and grapple with new technologies like the metaverse.