DELL NEWS: How To Co-Innovate In The 5G Era (And Beyond).

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. The importance of secure, reliable networks has been highlighted in recent years. Communication Service Providers (CSPs), as network usage continues its rapid rise, must adapt to meet this demand. At a time when industry needs new capabilities and services to improve their bottom line, CSPs are required to be flexible. The future of telecommunications looks brighter thanks to the rollout 5G ,, the rise of edge computing, and the creation of new open networks.

But there are still many things to do before CSPs have the chance to capitalize on this once-in-a-decade opportunity to generate new revenue streams. Open network architectures are complex and new territory. Those without the technology, expertise and resources to harness the potential of 5G and the future could be left behind.

Vendor lock-in gives way to new, dynamic strategic partnerships

The good news is that CSPs now have more freedom than ever before to access valuable strategic partnerships made up of best of class technologies through a growing multi-vendor marketplace and enable a host of exciting new use cases. Dell Technologies is committed supporting all stakeholders in the future of telecoms and has developed a program specifically to encourage co-innovation.

Dell Technologies’ Telecom Systems Business Strategic Alliances consists of industry experts who establish and manage close relationships between key partners and Dell Technologies in order to generate new revenue streams. Strategic Alliances promotes an ecosystem by providing access to Dell Technologies’ vast resources, including specialist telecom labs and technical teams.

Fast track solution development through co-innovation

Let’s say a CSP is looking for an Open RAN solution running on COTs architectures and supported by a suite of automation tools. The Strategic Alliances team is able to engage Independent Software Vendors and Network Equipment Providers (NEPs), who offer similar or complementary solutions, and create a new offering that meets operational and business needs.

The Strategic Alliances team has the ability to draw on wider Dell Technologies resources in order to develop, test and certify ready-to-deploy solutions out of our hardware manufacturing plants. In the past, these deployable solutions would have been implemented at customer sites or other third-party locations. This process can now be done off-the-production line by Strategic Alliances.

Depending on the size of your business, the Strategic Alliances team can work with partners directly in their labs, or organize the use of the new state-of-the-art Dell Technologies Open Telcom Ecosystem Lab (OTEL). This will let our partners know that the solution has been validated in a vendor neutral lab. It replicates CSP production environments and ensures that it functions as intended in real networks.

But don’t stop there!

Strategic Alliances works closely with each partner in order to identify additional opportunities for co-innovation. This is done by drawing on the strengths of the Dell Technologies telecom partner network. This could include developing more certified solutions in OTEL or a managed solution that Dell Technologies sells as-a-service.

If you’re interested in co-innovation solutions from the ground up, from ideation to launch and post-launch sales support, our team can connect you with our Solutions Co-Creation Services (SCS). If your business meets the appropriate criteria, we can connect you with the Telecom Co-Innovation Expert Center (TCEC), which specializes in working with select CSPs to tackle telecom’s toughest challenges and drive industry-wide progress.

Whatever your needs, the Telecom Systems Business Strategic Alliances specialists can help you find the experts and resources that you need to commercialize your 5G technology.

Tomorrow’s leaders are already staking their claim in telecom’s open future

The actions CSPs take today will determine who emerges as market leaders for years to come. There is a growing demand for new services and the race is on to deliver them. The Strategic Alliances team facilitates co-innovation and ensures a faster rollout of next-generation telecom solutions by bringing together top-of-the-line partners and cutting-edge laboratory facilities.

If you’d like to fast track the development of 5G solutions, unravel the complexities of open networking and more, speak to one of our experts today.

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