5G Core How to Get There

| September 21, 2018

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The ongoing transformation of enterprises across industries is being fueled by mobile technologies and the need to offer innovative, personalized mobile services to customers. One of the consequences of this digital transformation is that virtually all enterprises are becoming digital service providers, with many considering owning and managing their own connectivity services. As a result, communications service providers (CSPs) face the challenges of addressing greater customer expectations and creating meaningful digital strategies that meet their customers’ needs.

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