News of Note—Ericsson's Philippines customer win, Huawei deploys cloud-based OSS in Malaysia and more

News of note
Malaysian carrier Celecom has teamed up with Huawei to deploy a cloud-based OSS system that includes AI and machine learning. (Pixabay)

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> Philippines-based mobile operator Smart has signed an agreement with Ericsson to deploy the country’s first 5G pilot network during the first half of 2019. RCR Wireless News

> Malaysian carrier Celecom has teamed up with Huawei to deploy a cloud-based OSS system that includes AI and machine learning. Press release

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> The Linux Foundation is taking its open source talents to the film industry with the recent launch of the Academy Software Foundation in conjunction with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Press release

> MIT’s Muriel Médard describes 5G's impact the wireless communications and networking industry, which includes fog computing. MIT News article

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