Tech Mahindra has signed a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help power its cloud-based software-driven platform netOps.ai.
NetOps.ai is an automation and intelligent managed services platform based on cloud-native principles that help carriers achieve business outcomes by reducing the time to market and enabling new revenue streams with 5G.
Communication Service Providers (CSPs) across the globe are moving towards 5G transformation and preparing to roll out 5G networks. Tech Mahindra’s netOps.ai is designed to accelerate 5G network adoption by automating the network life cycle of certified and benchmarked network functions. With netOps.ai, CSPs can reduce the total cost of operations and accelerate network cloud transformation on AWS, the company said.
“Carriers globally are deploying cloud-native 5G networks that are driving a significant transformation of existing network infrastructure and operations support tools. NetOps.ai provides a seamless approach for such transformation journeys. Our collaboration with AWS will accelerate the journey to the networks of the future,” said Manish Mangal, Global Business Head, 5G & Network Services, Tech Mahindra.
Tech Mahindra is an AWS Premier Partner with a comprehensive set of capabilities to accelerate carriers and enterprises in their evolution towards 5G networks and services. Tech Mahindra is adept in practices that transform 5G networks, enabling customers to imagine, design, and execute their transformation.
“AWS is committed to accelerating Telco Network transformation for our customers by building innovative cloud-native infrastructure solutions in 5G Core and RAN domains. We are excited to collaborate with Tech Mahindra to help our customers achieve their business objectives of velocity, costs, and quality,” said Adolfo Hernandez, Vice President, Global Telco Business Unit at AWS.
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