Ericsson intros AI-powered premium 5G intent-based operations | Computer Weekly
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Tech provider Ericsson has introduced AI intent-based operations in its managed services, aiming to enable premium 5G services for enterprises. The next-generation network operating models must seamlessly support self-optimising networks driven by intent and hyper-automation. The AI intent-based operations can support a wider range of applications and use cases for consumers and businesses.
As premium 5G services such as network slicing roll out, scale and grow more complex, it's almost certain a new generation of operating models will be required...
Ericsson Operations Engine will dynamically adapt to increased service demand variability, enabling the translation of business requirement intents into real-time network actions. The use of telco AI and automation use case libraries allows for recommendations and actions to be taken, while ensuring network intents are met and service options are evaluated with pre-defined strategies.
Using telco AI and automation use case libraries, Ericsson Operations Engine can recommend and take the necessary actions, check network intents are met and support the evaluation of service options with pre-defined strategies.
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