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To better meet the needs of its customers and expand its footprint in its addressable market, communications technology provider Nokia has revealed that it is strengthening its software portfolio in the areas of security, automation and monetization , in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) is tying the portfolio together.

The company said the move reflects the continued growth of its software business and marks a move to make its applications fully cloud-native and build on the success of deploying in any cloud environment – edge, public or private. will be part. Nokia also announced that it will launch a number of software-as-a-service (SaaS) services to provide enterprises with faster time-to-value in operating its network.

Nokia also announced that its Operational Support System (OSS), Business Support System (BSS) under its AVA (Automation, Visualization, Analytics) brand to provide “Intelligence Everywhere” through AI, Machine Learning (ML). ) and security software application will be integrated. , no-code configuration, open application programming interface (API), multicloud orchestration and digital ecosystem.

Nokia is introducing the AVA Open Analytics Framework to help cloud service providers (CSPs) accelerate AI projects by simplifying the way data is stored and used. Anaconda State of Data Science 2021 The report found that according to various industry estimates, data scientists spend about 40% of their time on data wrangling and repetitive tasks that must be automated.

The AVA Open Analytics Framework aims to move customers from monolithic and centralized data lakes to a hybrid data mesh architecture that removes technical complexity and enables data scientists to focus on the needs of their data use cases. Nokia expects this framework to be fully commercially available in 2023.

Nokia is also introducing the Ignite Digital Ecosystem, which is designed to bring customers and application partners together to accelerate innovation and commercialize security, automation and monetization solutions. Ignite will use Nokia’s ecosystem enabled platform to streamline collaboration through secure access to the resources needed to unlock value, including an on-demand product sandbox for experimentation and integration.

More than 20 projects are already underway with customers and application providers, including the development of machine learning models, automation, and cyber security incident detection and response use cases.

Noting what the impact of the move could be for the business, Appledor Research principal analyst Grant Lenahan said: “Nokia’s repositioning of its business applications under the AVA brand is part of Nokia’s software offering to artificial intelligence and machine learning. as central pillars.”

Ahmed Latif Ali, Associate Vice President of European Telecommunications Insights at IDC, said: “Telecos are finding more intelligent ways to monetize their network data. As they do so, telcos are looking to develop the next generation of AI, ML and should consider implementing data governance capabilities. Nokia’s announcement is an example of a vendor refocusing its efforts to further analytics innovation and … drive the 5G value for enterprises.”

Hamdi Farid, Senior Vice President of Business Applications at Nokia, said: “By strengthening our analytics infrastructure and integrating our portfolio under the AVA brand, we are continuing our commitment to providing deep intelligence across our security, automation and monetization solutions. We look forward to partnering with our CSP and enterprise customers, as well as application developers, to drive further innovation and create 5G value.”



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