Infosys Launches ‘5G Living Labs’ for Communication Service Providers and Enterprises

Infosys launches ‘5G Living Labs’ for Communication Service Providers and Enterprises

Infosys has announced that it has launched new 5G offerings to help clients ideate and bring new economies to life with 5G technology.

To serve this cause, the company has established '5G Living Labs' at five global locations viz. Bengaluru, Richardson, Indianapolis, Frankfurt, and Melbourne.

In order to further help CSPs to monetize the network, Infosys's 5G Living Labs will equip communication service providers (CSP) with an ecosystem to incubate offerings, rapidly prototype them and deploy these at scale so that enterprises can adopt 5G technology.

Executive Opinion

President and Deputy Chief Operating Officer Infosys, Ravi Kumar S, said, “5G is opening an array of opportunities for CSPs and Enterprises in the digital era. Infosys’ suite of 5G offerings are powered by our extensive experience of working with major telecom service providers and enterprises globally in transforming their business and technology landscape. Our expertise in areas such as SDN-NFV, Media OTT Platforms, and IoT, together with industry collaborations among network solution providers, network OEMs, and CSPs will help customers maximize their 5G potential to navigate their next.”

About 5G Living Labs and its Offerings

The network capabilities introduced by 5G technology present significant opportunities for network virtualization, AI and Automation, notes the announcement. Infosys further added that its four decades of experience in enterprise applications and systems bring in the tremendous understanding of the opportunities and challenges enterprises face on their digital transformation journey.

The newly introduced '5G Living Labs' will bring Infosys's expertise from the field of IoT, AR, VR, and AI, its design thinking driven approaches and a diverse partner ecosystem together for their clients.

For CSPs, Infosys offerings such as the Smart Network Assurance platform will help in proactive and predictive operations using AI and ML-based self-healing technologies.

The announcement also said that Infosys is building a reference architecture based on open source platforms and tools for continuous delivery of software using Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) principles.


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