Microsoft is eyeing for 5G Operator

Microsoft is eyeing for 5G Operator

Microsoft is intensifying its effort to position its multiple services, which are developed internally as well brought in via acquisitions for 5G operators. The company has recently announced the launch of Azure for the Operators platform. With this, the tech conglomerate aims to strengthen its position with 5G operators in edge, cloud computing, networking, IoT, and AI.

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The company realizes the transition from an intelligent edge to an intelligent cloud is difficult for most enterprises. Hence, it aims to collaborate with 5G operators to deliver an experience that is resilient, flexible, and reliable. IT’s 5G strategy links are private Azure Edge Zones, Azure IoT Central, and cloud-native network functions.

Source: Sdxcentral

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