When you think of MWC Barcelona, chances are you’re thinking about the newest smartphones and other mobile gadgets, but that’s only half the story.Actually, it’s probably far less than half the story because the majority of the business that’s done at MWC is enterprise telco business.It’s maybe no surprise then that this year, the Linux Foundation (LF) has its own booth at MWC.The booth is shared by the three LF projects: the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Hyperleger and Linux Foundation Networking, the home of many of the foundational projects like ONAP and the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) that power many a modern network.To discuss the CNCF’s role at the event, I sat down with Dan Kohn, the executive director of the CNCF.At MWC, the CNCF launched its testbed for comparing the performance of virtual network functions on OpenStack and what the CNCF calls cloud-native network functions, using Kubernetes (with the help of bare-metal host Packet).
Security is a challenge for the industry, we all know that, but the speed in which security threats are evolving is creating new headaches every single day for the telcos.Speaking to Travis Russell, Oracle’s Director for Cybersecurity, at Mobile World Congress, the issue for the telcos is a relatively simple one to identify, but heartachingly difficult to address.“The telcos are always looking for a smoking gun before changing risk tolerance.”This has been the issue in recent years, though it is only today the real damage is being dealt.Due to finite resources and increasing pressure on the spreadsheets, telco have had to focus on immediate problems instead of getting ahead of greater threats.TDM technologies were incredibly secure, but as networks evolved, new problems emerged.
Check the list of upcoming Tata cars in India that is about to launch here in near futureTata Motors has come a long way in terms of styling, features and powertrain technologies.The homegrown automaker is now preparing to bring more colors to its lineup in coming years.The brand has already showcased some exciting concepts in last one year and some of them will enter production soon.These include hatchback, micro-SUV, midsize sedan, SUV and electric cars as well.Performance versions of the regular cars are also on the card.Here, let us take a look at the list of upcoming Tata cars in India that we hope to see on roads soon.You can Read About Tata Upcoming Car ......
Turkish operator Turkcell has launched a virtualization platform called Unified Telco Cloud that’s based on Red Hat’s OpenStack Platform.As the name implies this new platform is all about centralising all its services onto a single virtualized infrastructure.This NFVi then allows east selection and implementation of virtual network functions, or so the story goes.Examples of operators going all-in on this stuff are still sufficiently rare for this to be noteworthy.As a consequence this deal win is also a big deal for Red Hat, which has invested heavily in attacking the telco virtualization market from an open source direction, as is its wont.Red Hat OpenStack Platform is its carrier-grade distribution of the open source hybrid cloud platform.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere, in a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai yesterday, promised not to increase consumer plan prices for three years if the company’s proposed merger with Sprint is approved.Legere said the combined company will offer “the same or better” rates as either wireless carrier currently does today.T-Mobile and Sprint have said it will take around three years to fully combine their networks.The merger is a $26 billion deal that would shrink the nation’s major wireless competition from four different providers to three, including AT and Verizon.“Critics of our merger, largely employed by Big Telco and Big Cable, have principally argued that we are going to raise rates right after the merger closes,” Legere said in the letter to the FCC.(In reality, there are plenty of legitimate concerns over the deal’s potential impact on competition, consumer choice, and jobs.)
As the race to deliver the next generation of mobile data speeds toward the finish line, Telstra has promised that it will be the first telco in Australia to offer 5G handsets to its customers.The announcement was made at CES 2019, with Telstra claiming that it has made “agreements to deliver exclusive access to 5G commercial smartphones in the first half of 2019”, and is able to do so “thanks to partnerships with some of the world’s biggest vendors”.Recently, Telstra announced that Ericsson would be its key partner for the 5G rollout, and that it managed to hit its target of switching on two hundred 5G sites across Australia by the end of 2018.At this point, Telstra isn’t able to name who the exclusive partners are, which devices they’ll use or their capabilities, but it shouldn’t be too long before we start seeing its years of planning become a reality.Towards the end of 2018, we saw the announcement of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 mobile processor, which comes packing 5G capabilities.While the list of phones confirmed to feature the chip is currently short, OnePlus has stated the company’s next flagship will feature 5G.
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It's about to be sad times at Jaguar Land Rover if a report published Sunday by the Financial Times is accurate: The Indian-owned British car and SUV maker is reportedly slashing 5,000 jobs from its 40,000-employee workforce.According to the FT report, the cuts will be officially announced in January as part of a three-year cost-cutting program to help the company recover from the effects of trade frictions between the US and China as well as the problems caused by the UK's potential no-deal exit from the European Union.Jaguar's CEO Ralf Speth cautioned UK Prime Minister Theresa May that a bad Brexit deal could be ruinous for the company, costing tens of thousands of British jobs and billions of pounds in revenue.In addition to the rumored cuts to staff, JLR plans to find other efficiencies and liquidate other assets in order to save itself over $3 billion over the next three years to help offset things.The luxury carmaker is no stranger to financial struggles, but things have been going relatively well for both Jaguar and Land Rover since Indian carmaker Tata bought them from Ford a decade ago with a refreshed and well-received product line which has included the F-Type and the new I-Pace electric SUV.
BT to strip China’s Huawei from core networks, limit 5G access – ReutersWhat happened: British telecommunications company BT Group said it will not use Huawei’s equipment in the central parts of its 5G network.BT claimed it began stripping Huawei’s products from the core of its existing 3G and 4G mobile operations in 2016 after the acquisition of mobile operator EE.Huawei equipment was used to build EE’s 3G and 4G networks.The British firm said the process was to bring its mobile phone business in line with internal policy.Why it’s important: Governments are increasingly wary of Huawei’s presence in their core national infrastructure, especially as they prepare for auctions for the next generation mobile network.
The FTTH Council Europe has written an open letter to various regulatory bodies bemoaning the care-free attitudes of telco marketers and PR ‘gurus’ when promoting their services.This is of course not a new issue being raised by the FTTH Council, but it is a persistent one.The wider story is the telco’s ‘creative’ relationship with the truth in advertising, though the problem seems to be greater in the world of fibre connectivity.“Misusing the word fibre in advertisements prevents the consumers from making an informed choice about the products which are available to them and risks hindering fibre take-up,” FTTH Council Europe President Ronan Kelly states.“Where consumers know what they can choose from and understand the difference in performance between fibre and copper-based connections, they consciously choose fibre: the degree of satisfaction of FTTH end-users is substantially higher than recorded for any other Internet access technology in Sweden and 94% of non-FTTH users would consider subscribing to FTTH if it was made available in their area.”Perhaps one of the biggest issues is the consumer does not need to care that much for the moment.
We’ve spoken about this before, but our bugbear has been renewed at The Great Telco Debate; telcos have too narrow a view on artificial intelligence (AI).In years gone we’ve seen the likes of digital transformation and virtualization become so over used they becomes tedious to discuss, but the scale, breadth and depth of AI mean each time it is mentioned it is almost an entirely new conversation.Now there is nothing wrong with trying to create a lean, mean, analytical machine, all the best companies do it, but with such a narrow focus on a single area of the AI bonanza, you have to question what the long-term consequence will be.A couple of weeks back we had the chance to attend the Telco Data Analytics and AI conference in London where Tractia Research Director Aditya Kaul suggested roughly 60% of all AI R investments at the telcos was heading towards network optimisation.That is certainly the case for Google’s Mike Blanche.Network optimisation is clearly an obvious contender for AI research funds, as the network swallows up such a considerable amount of CAPEX and OPEX, but there is low hanging fruit which can have a more immediate (and positive) impact on the business.
After launching its first-ever SUV with the mid-size F-Pace, Jaguar has followed with the compact E-Pace.I liked the F-Pace better, but there's no arguing that the sport R-Dynamic trim level delivers eye-opening Jaguar-caliber performance.For most of its dazzling history, dating back to 1935, Jaguar was known for gorgeous cars that were captivating to look at and thrilling to drive.That's meant stunningly high-performance cars like the F-Type, but also Jag's first-ever SUV, the F-Pace, which arrive for the 2017 model year.The bold, yet tasteful, lines and the overall lack of too much exterior details are a plus.The large, scooped vents under the headlights are a it off-balance, however.
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Sprinkles its Enterprise Cloud Platform with the SUSE juiceSUSE today confirmed that Indian outsourcer Tata Consultancy Services has opted for its OpenStack Cloud as the standard for its Enterprise Cloud Platform (ECP).Tata launched ECP last November, using Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) to give customers a path to a cloudy future via private and hybrid services.At the time, Tata trumpeted its stuff as "unique", which might have come as a bit of a surprise to the likes of Microsoft and others, who have been banging the hybrid drum for years.The OpenStack Cloud product has been slotted into the ECP line-up, which integrates Cisco ACI, KVM and VMware as hypervisors and EMC as the storage back-end.Tata and SUSE reckon that this architecture can be rapidly deployed to meet customer demand.
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One of automotive marketing’s grand traditions is using a vehicle for a jaw-dropping stunt in hopes of demonstrating its quality and might.In 2007, for example, Ford chained a C-123 cargo plane to one of its F-150s and stopped it cold with nothing more than the pickup’s brakes.And who can forget Elon Musk sending his Tesla roadster into orbit?But few exploits can match the cojones exhibited by Land Rover, which earlier this year drove a Range Rover Sport plug-in hybrid SUV to the top of Heaven’s Gate on China’s Tianmen Mountain—a harrowing climb up 999 stone steps, pitched at a 45-degree angle.As Land Rover supervisor Phil Jones observed in the video of the stunt: “This is unheard of—it’s crazy.”Forged from panels of aluminum to sidestep postwar Britain’s restrictions on steel, Land Rover’s first prototype (above) pioneered the consumer 4x4 market with its promise to “go anywhere” (below).
This report studies the Commercial Vehicle Cabins market size (value and volume) by players, regions, product types and end industries, history data 2013-2017 and forecast data 2018-2025; This report also studies the global market competition landscape, market drivers and trends, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.The global Commercial Vehicle Cabins market was million US$ in 2017 and is expected to million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of between 2018 and 2025.Geographically, this report is segmented into several key regions, with sales, revenue, market share and growth Rate of Commercial Vehicle Cabins in these regions, from 2013 to 2025, covering North America (United States, Canada and Mexico) Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey etc.) Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam) South America (Brazil etc.) Middle East and Africa (Egypt and GCC Countries)The various contributors involved in the value chain of the product include manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, and customers.The key manufacturers in this market include General Motors Daimler Ford Motor Company Toyota Motor Volvo Volkswagen Ashok Leyland Tata Motors MAN Hyundai MotorBy the product type, the market is primarily split into Long Head Cab Forward Cab OtherBy the end users/application, this report covers the following segments Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) Heavy Commercial vehicles (HCVs)The study objectives of this report are: To study and analyze the global Commercial Vehicle Cabins market size (value & volume) by company, key regions/countries, products and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2025.To understand the structure of Commercial Vehicle Cabins market by identifying its various subsegments.To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
Mergers and takeovers in the tech and telco sector increased 107 per cent in the first half of 2018, compared with the same period in 2017, according to analysts.Mergermarket said the total global deal value for technology, media and telecom sectors was $371.1bn in the first half of the year – despite the collapse of some high-profile sales and concerns about trade tariffs.The report (PDF), penned by analyst Elizabeth Lim, calculates deal values as including the implied equity value and the net debt – meaning some figures are higher than those reported previously – and aims to assess trends in the markets for H1 2018.This sub-sector made up 78.5 per cent of the total deal volume, with 1,329 deals tabled in the first half of the year.This is despite the collapse of a major one that would have seen Qualcomm pay out $51.9bn for Dutch chip maker NXP Semiconductors, and Donald Trump blocking Broadcom's bid to slurp up Qualcomm.Lim noted, though, that another sale which observers thought "might become a pawn in transpacific negotiations" after the White House nixed the Broadcom/Qualcomm deal did go through.