Microsoft, NTT Tap Azure, AI to Target Enterprises

Sdxcentral | December 10, 2019

Microsoft, NTT Tap Azure, AI to Target Enterprises
Microsoft struck a multi-year deal with Japanese communications giant NTT to combine its Azure cloud platform and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities with NTT’s optical and wireless network to produce and support new enterprise-focused digital services. The work includes a global digital fabric that will combine Microsoft’s cloud and NTT’s ICT infrastructure to bolster their respective public cloud, global data center, and network infrastructure. Those platforms, in turn, will be used to help their enterprise customers to enact digital transformation goals.

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Cell virtualization, a breakthrough technique pioneered by CommScope and employed in the OneCell C-RAN small cell solution, allows multiple users to share the same wireless frequencies without interference, effectively multiplying wireless capacity. Cell virtualization has been likened to advanced 5G technologies, but it is available today in LTE with OneCell. This short animation explains how cell virtualization works.

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