Servers with specialized coprocessors for AI and ML will go mainstream by 2020 and account for 10% of the global server shipments.

Samsung has snagged artificial intelligence and analytics startup Zhilabs to help grease its transition from 4G to 5G.

Video services will be the top driver for edge services while telcos are well positioned to deliver the goods at the edge, according to research by IHS Markit.

Startup B.Yond is blending artificial intelligence and automation to provide carriers with real-time snapshots of their network assets.

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.