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Telefonica Germany picks Blue Planet to upgrade network to fulfill 5G, cloud service demand

Thursday 17 September 2020 | 09:51 CET | News
Telefonica Germany has picked Blue Planet, a provider of intelligent automation software for IT and networks operations, to upgrade its network in view of the increasing demand from users for data traffic and bandwidth. Telefonica aims to support demand for 5G, cloud services, and artificial intelligence. It is working to upgrade the network with software-defined network (SDN) and multi-vendor optical architecture, which will change network operations and improve the delivery of new services. 

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