5 reasons not to fear network automation

5 reasons not to fear network automation

5 reasons not to fear network automation The world is currently gripped by the belief that automation will change the world as we know it today and take workers jobs leading to massive unemployment. There are reports of policy makers, politicians and experts’...
Career Story – Ville Sutka

Career Story – Ville Sutka

Career Story – Ville Sutka On a verge of Paradigm Change   I joined Elisa Automate after spending 17 years in an international RAN (Radio Access Network) consulting company. During those years, I got firsthand experience on how operators in different...
Career Story: Snorre Solvang

Career Story: Snorre Solvang

Career Story: Snorre Solvang Building automation for operators I first got to know about Elisa Automate when working at the operator business in Elisa Finland. During that time, I worked with startup partnerships and business development. I was told by my supervisor...
Sunny festivals and mass event handling

Sunny festivals and mass event handling

Sunny festivals and mass event handling Several times a year, operators face the challenge of having large masses of people gathering in certain areas. The reasons are many. It can be a national celebration, concerts, a competition, or just good weather bringing...
Automation for every day

Automation for every day

Automation for every day Mobile networks are inherently difficult to control. Not only is it hard to identify and interpret how to improve key performance indicators (KPIs), but it is time-consuming and costly. One of the main challenges for operators is that they...
The first steps towards zero-touch networks

The first steps towards zero-touch networks

The first steps towards zero-touch networks There is a growing interest in the topic ‘zero-touch networks’. In 2016, Google revealed some of their work on the topic, ETSI established the group Zero Touch network and Service Management in 2017, and in the mid-end of...

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