What is Network Transformation?
Communication service providers (CSPs) are better positioned to offer advanced use cases because of network transformation. They are changing their networks into a virtualized, container- and microservices-based, cloud-native architecture as they become digital service providers.
Upgrading a telecom network operator’s core network involves switching from voice calls to VoIP calls made using SIP signaling on a packet-switched architecture.
As a means of facilitating voice conversations through Internet services, voice over IP (VoIP) has become more popular. With the spread of broadband technology and the addition of SIP signaling, VoIP successfully took the role of time-division multiplexing (TDM) in telecoms infrastructure.
What are the business benefits of Network Transformation?
Utilize new technologies such as 5G and edge computing to create value and implement next-generation network operations based on data, AI, and machine learning for continuous, closed-loop automation.
Network managers can benefit from enhanced efficiency and flexibility while retaining a high degree of security through network transformation.
Network transformation improves the performance of a network with which CSPs can leverage the resources efficiently over time.