khaskhabar.com : Monday, 27 February 2023 5:01 PM
San Francisco. Microsoft has announced that it is launching ‘Azure Operator Nexus’, its next-generation hybrid cloud platform for communications service providers.
As reported by TechCrunch, the tech giant believes that the modern network infrastructure will help its telecom partners to optimize and monetize their existing infrastructure, as well as reduce the total cost of ownership.
Azure Operator Nexus will allow these companies to run their carrier-grade workloads both on-premises and on Azure.
“AT&T is committed to leveraging the power of AI to reduce total cost of ownership, simplify operations, improve time-to-market, and deliver the world’s best 5G service,” said Igal Elbaz, senior vice president of network CTO at AT&T. Made the decision to adopt the Azure Operator Nexus platform over time with the expectation of focusing on our core capability of building.”
Microsoft’s EVP for Strategic Mission and Tech, Jason Zander, explained that the new hybrid cloud platform is ‘a combination of hardware, hardware acceleration and the software that runs alongside it’.
The tech giant is also launching Azure Operator Voicemail, a solution that enables operators to migrate their voicemail services to Azure as a fully managed service, as well as Azure Communications Gateway (as a service). Which connects fixed and mobile networks to teams.
The company will further launch two new ‘AIops’ services ‘Azure Operator Insights’ and ‘Azure Operator Service Manager’.(IANS)
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