The telecoms industry is on the fast track towards global digital transformation and, by the looks of it, isn’t planning on slowing down anytime soon. With the arrival of 5G and a list of other emerging technologies into the ecosystem, it is no surprise that data analytics and network security will play a critical role in protecting and optimizing mobile network operations in the future.

Read more: CMO: Mobileum’s action driven solutions will set a new paradigm for the telecom industry

For over two years now, the American authorities - starting from the FCC to the White House and the whole President Trump administrative team – have been keeping Huawei away from the American telco market for security reasons.

Read more: The facts behind 5G conflicts

The age of 5G is upon us, and with it comes a host of complex applications that promises unbridled communication and seamless connectivity across the globe. As such, mobile operators and the telecommunications industry are being faced with the daunting task of readying themselves for the advent of the first 5G commercial networks. Out of all the novelty applications within the 5G architecture, network slicing will undoubtedly form the framework upon which operators will build their specific consumer use cases such as autonomous driving, smart homes and the Internet of Things (IoT), just to name a few.

Read more: ZTE’s network slicing application is the bedrock of future mobile networks

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