Ericsson and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced overnight at the 2016 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona that they will collaborate on research and launch a hybrid cloud center for telecom service providers worldwide, and Telstra will be the first to cooperate Host.
Ericsson’s goal is to use AWS’s industry expertise to expand its cloud program, data center and application migration solutions, and accelerate the adoption of cloud computing by telecom operators when preparing for 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT).
As part of the agreement, Ericsson will select a group of cloud experts from 25,000 R&D personnel, including project leaders, solution architects and system engineers, who will receive training on AWS and Ericsson cloud technology.
“AWS is a global leader in cloud computing with a highly reliable, scalable, and secure global infrastructure,” explains Anders Lindblad, head of cloud and IP, Ericsson’s business unit .
“Ericsson has been taking great ideas, industrializing them, and promoting them to every country. Based on the AWS platform, we will bring new growth opportunities to the entire service provider industry.”
AWS will provide services, training and solution architects for this project. Ericsson will use these resources to create and provide cloud-based solutions, such as cross-cloud end-to-end data security; cross-AWS cloud, on-site infrastructure and mobile network data traffic management; AWS cloud services and on-site infrastructure cloud and Workload management; and gateway services to maintain localized regulatory and compliance requirements for AWS storage services used by telecom companies.
Ericsson will then begin to open cloud innovation centers around the world, and Telstra will become the first operator to co-host the cloud innovation centers. The center will be part of the Australian telecommunications provider’s Gurrowa Innovation Lab in Melbourne, which was launched in August last year.
Gurrowa provides a co-creation space for Telstra and its related corporate customers, suppliers, research institutions and incubators. Through the open source platform-as-a-service (PaaS) cloud software provided by the key and cloud computing center, it is Cooperation on technical projects such as networking.
Telstra Chief Technology Officer Vish Nandlall said on Monday that Telstra has been committed to creating a secure hybrid cloud service for enterprises, and Ericsson and AWS now provide the means to achieve this goal.
“The industry is shifting to an architecture driven by cloud economy and flexibility. The adoption of hybrid cloud requires a secure transmission network that connects the field to the cloud and provides a chain of custody for mission-critical enterprise data,” Nandlall said.
“Telstra’s vision is to build a trusted network service for mission-critical cloud data. We are very happy to explore opportunities to turn this vision into reality together with Ericsson and AWS.” Gurrowa’s Cloud Innovation Center intends to come from Ericsson, AWS and Telstra cloud experts gathered to encourage the adoption of cloud technology and develop new business opportunities for Telstra and our customers. “
On Sunday night, Telstra and Ericsson announced at the 2016 Mobile Communications Conference that they will begin trial operation of Telstra’s 5G network during the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
Telstra’s network engineer team will be temporarily transferred to Ericsson’s research laboratory in Sweden for a period of 6 months to cooperate in collecting data and establishing a mathematical model of radio signals for the 5G radio spectrum.
The engineering team will use this data to develop a radio model for the Australian network environment as part of the international 5G standardization process.
In the test laboratory in Sweden, Telstra and Ericsson have conducted 5G tests in a real environment, using high-frequency “millibar” spectrum, with speeds exceeding 11Gbps. Field tests in Australia will be conducted by the end of 2016.
Emilio Romeo, head of Ericsson Australia and New Zealand, said: “We are very pleased to support Telstra’s evolution to 5G by deploying advanced radio technologies (11Gbps, MIMO and beamforming) and providing a ready-made core network through NFV and SDN technologies. .”
“The virtualization and SDN of the 5G core network not only prepare for 5G, but also provide the flexibility, programmability and agility needed to effectively provide today’s 4G consumers and enterprise customers with customized network slices. , Improved media access and compelling IoT solutions.”
Telstra and Ericsson announced their 5G networks at the 2015 Global Mobile Communications Conference, and subsequently confirmed that they will launch 5G networks in 2020.
The network is expected to provide speeds up to 10GB/s.
Ericsson also announced on Sunday evening that it has cooperated with Singapore Telecom (singapore telco Singtel) to enable Singtel’s 4G network for the Internet of Things, including conducting narrowband technology trials in the second half of 2016.
In the Internet of Things, instead of using cellular networks, use available narrow-band, low-power, long-range, and wide-area networks. Unlicensed radio spectrum can achieve greater coverage and shorter complex devices, with higher batteries Longevity means more connected devices.
Ericsson said that by 2021, it is estimated that there will be 28 billion connected devices. Sam Saba, head of Ericsson’s Southeast Asia and Oceania region, said that these devices require longer battery life and better coverage, including temperature, air quality and flood sensors.
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