Telefónica’s Luca data unit has deployed its AI-based big data solutions into 20 countries while working with more than 150 corporate customers.
China-based Inspur rolled out a new set of Open Compute Project-based hyperscale rack servers that included support for artificial intelligence.
Open source communities are no doubt playing a key role in moving the telecommunications industry forward, but not everyone is on board the bandwagon.
IBM is launching cloud software that was designed to identify any bias in artificial intelligence deployments while also recommending fixes.
AT&T's Mazin Gilbert said open source groups are tying into each other to advance technologies within the telecom industry and beyond.
Vodafone's Fran Heeran is pretty much done with NFV and ready to bear down on cloudification.
While Adtran has a strong foundation in the world of fiber optics, it has also embraced SDN, according to Adtran's Robert Conger.
Oracle released a new tool, which is called GraphPipe, into open source in order to speed up real-world deployment of machine learning.
The Linux Foundation's LF Deep Learning Foundation announced it has added Ciena, DiDi, Intel, Orange and Red Hat to its membership roster.
Telefónica's "Internet para Todos" program is using machine learning and AI to connect 100 million users in Latin America who lack reliable…