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MWC: Red Hat brings real-time AI analysis to the edge

by Pieter Werner

At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024, Red Hat announced several new initiatives. These initiatives include developments in AI analytics at the network edge, improved flexibility for hybrid cloud environments, and supporting sustainability in telecom businesses.

A collaboration between NTT Corporation and Red Hat, in collaboration with NVIDIA and Fujitsu, has created a solution that enhances real-time AI analytics at the edge of the network. This solution aims to support growth for companies with intelligent, AI-driven technologies. It is designed to reduce data collection overheads, improve data collection across regions, leverage local, renewable energy sources, and increase security using video cameras.

Red Hat and Tech Mahindra have introduced solutions to simplify the acceleration of 5G network migrations in hybrid cloud environments, using Red Hat OpenShift and AWS. This collaboration is aimed at increasing the scalability and streamlining of 5G services. The benefits include greater flexibility in network updates, cost reduction through cloud budget optimization, improved cloud elasticity through AWS, and increased network resilience.

In private 5G, Red Hat and Intel have developed a cloud and edge-native private 5G solution for industrial deployments, in collaboration with Minsait, part of Indra. This solution is intended to be cost-effective and versatile across industries. Applications include wildlife and fire detection in wind farms, logistics and asset management with drones, and oil spill responses using AI algorithms, cameras and robotic technologies.

Red Hat has also demonstrated a unified approach to maximizing the impact of energy efficiency strategies in telecom. This approach uses open platforms and advanced data analytics, AI and automation.

Finally, KDDI Corporation, a Japanese telecom company, has collaborated with Red Hat to establish an open platform for its mobile network services, including the 5G Core. This collaboration is intended to enable KDDI to develop and roll out new services and applications more quickly and flexibly to meet changing market demands.

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