Airtel Picks IBM And Red Hat To Lay Framework For 5G Ready Cloud Network

Airtel Picks IBM

A dynamic portfolio of IBM and Red Hat will open multiple revenue streams for Airtel in the future. Also, it will help Airtel to monetize its 4G network efficiently. Bharti Airtel picks IBM and Red Hat to build a new 5G service ready network cloud.

By using the portfolio of IBM and Red Hat which offers cognitive enterprise capabilities, Bharti Airtel will start working on its next-generation network, analytical tools and enterprise services on the cloud software which is based on open standards. On the other hand, Airtel has also sign a deal with Nokia. This will strengthen the 4G connections in India. With the new portfolio of IBM and Red Hat, Airtel will give a tough competition to its rival, Reliance Jio.

Airtel Picks IBM

IBM and Red Hat Will Help Airtel:

Randeep Sekhon, CTO of Bharti Airtel, stated that the telco would achieve its goal of making its network future-ready and enable them to serve the increased demand for data consumption. Similarly, Sandip Patel, who is the General Manager of IBM India and South Asia, stated that the creation of this cloud would help Airtel to create new services and capabilities. The deal will also help Airtel to monetize for 4G besides running for 5G connections.

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Sanchit Vir Gogia, founder and CEO of a greyhound company says the deal will help Airtel to deliver more networks. The company will also use artificial intelligence to cater to the demand of growing needs and services now. Airtel in the future will open a hybrid cloud platform with the help of IBM and Red Hat which will offer new services and features to customers like gaming, remote media production, and enterprise services. Airtel will also enjoy multiple revenue schemes in the future. Digital connectivity is the most in-demand thing right now. Airtel Picks IBM. Bharti Airtel’s deal with IBM and Red Hat will fulfill the needs of customers.

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