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Nokia, GSMA Intelligence say telecoms firms consider AI software vital to improving network energy efficiency

Tuesday 2 November 2021 | 12:49 CET | News
Nokia and GSMA Intelligence have announced new research showing that communication service providers (CSPs) worldwide consider artificial intelligence (AI) software essential​ to cutting network energy demand and emissions spurred by internet traffic growth. AI programs can align equipment use patterns with live network demands and identify anomalies in underperforming equipment that saps â€‹energy resources and requires replacement. Most of the 103 CSPs surveyed said that energy efficiency is either "very important" or "extremely important" to their network transformation.

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Companies: GSMA / Nokia
Countries: World
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