Oracle has launched Oracle Cloud for Telcos, a set of cloud solutions built on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The announcement was made in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure blog post by Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Engineering.
Oracle Cloud for Telcos is built on OCI, which is available around the world in 36 public cloud regions, as well as in a distributed cloud architecture. The OCI platform runs Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite, Oracle Communications core network and B/OSS solutions, and more than 60 other industry application suites, as well as third-party and custom applications and workloads, to enable telcos to build new applications or modernize existing workloads with more than 80 cloud services, including data management, developer services, analytics, and artificial intelligence.
Magouyrk said Oracle Cloud for Telcos enables telecommunications providers to become more agile, reduce capital expenditures and operating costs, and establish a flexible foundation for innovation.
According to Magouyrk, telcos can modernize their enterprise IT and OSS/BSS in the cloud, improving performance by more than 50% and reducing costs by as much as 60%; gain insights across all telco IT, network, and edge data for greater efficiency and new revenue; run their core and edge networks as cloud-native services, reducing CAPEX and increasing agility; run their IT, network, and new services on a distributed cloud architecture, combining OCI's hybrid cloud technologies with the telco's customer reach; and generate net-new revenue streams by creating and/or serving next-generation applications.
For more information, go to https://blogs.oracle.com/oracle-communications/post/5g-is-here-service-providers-are-turning-to-oracle.