Is visibility enough?
Future networks can’t afford to fail. Network outages, interruptions or even a half-second of latency can put business productivity, customer loyalty, and lives at risk.
For the past few decades, service providers have relied on monitoring and assurance solutions to get the visibility they need to operate their networks, services, and applications. With 5G networks becoming more complex and business critical, is visibility enough to generate much-needed trust between service providers and their customers?
Join us for an in-depth look at the future of 5G networks during our webcast with Mobile World Live: The Anatomy of a 5G Network: Is Visibility Enough?
During the webcast, we’ll cover:
- The anatomy of a network that can’t fail and how this helps service providers forge trust with their customers
- Why you need more than visibility in your network
- How monitoring and assurance solutions are adapting to support new network architectures and use cases
The Anatomy of a 5G Network That Can’t Fail
January 30, 2020 @ 11 AM ET / 4PM GMT
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