Download this white paper to understand the business impact of AI in the telco world, the opportunities it presents, and how CSPs can maximize ROI from their investments in AI.
Virtusa partnered with the client to deploy a network fault prediction platform that helped deliver to its high standards by providing state-of-the-art network performance.
AI-based solutions provide immediate feedback, enabling telecoms to make decisions in real-time decisions. User consumption patterns hold the key to many deep insights that telecoms can gather using AI.
Today's communication service providers (CSPs) operate in an increasingly competitive environment. In addition, many face heightened regulations, skills shortages, and rising customer expectations. To adapt, they must explore effective ways to consolidate data and streamline processes, maximizing the impact of their workforce.
Data is the most valuable commodity in today's digital-first world. Consumer tech giants like Amazon and Google have been winning admirers for the ways they collect and apply the vast reams of data they hold but they're not the only ones well placed to take advantage of this new reality. Communication Service Providers (CSPs), with their global footprints, regular mergers and acquisitions, and data-centric day-to-day operations, have been collecting huge volumes of data on customers for years.
According to data growth statistics, over the coming years we will experience a tremendous jump in data generation and consumption. Cisco forecasts that global cloud traffic is expected to grow 4.5-fold. That amounts to a 35% CAGR --from 1.2 zettabytes of annual traffic in 2012, to 5.3 zettabytes by 2017. Overall, Cisco expects global data center traffic will grow threefold and reach a total of 7.7 zettabytes annually by 2017.