Telecommunications in the Public Cloud has witnessed significant evolution since the inception of Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 2006. With players like Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and Oracle OCI entering the market, competition has intensified. Download a comprehensive whitepaper on telecommunications in the public cloud for detailed insights into industry evolution.
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The whitepaper covers all aspects of telecommunications in the public cloud, including cloud players’ market shares, telcos by cloud platform, benefits and challenges to telco adoption of the public cloud.
Telecoms and the Public Cloud Evolution
Today, the Public Cloud is a mature platform offering diverse services, from infrastructure to software. Despite its maturity, the telecom sector has been relatively slower in its adoption. This paper delves into the evolution of the Public Cloud, highlighting the shift from basic infrastructure services to advanced offerings like Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).
The forecasted growth in Public Cloud revenues indicates its increasing significance. While telecoms’ share in the cloud market is expected to rise, the paper examines the market dynamics, including Telecom Cloud Market divisions and cloud player market shares.
Telcos in the Public Cloud
Notable entries into the Public Cloud include Vonage, 8×8, Zoom, Webex, and Microsoft Teams. Traditional telcos like AT&T, Bell Canada, Swisscom, and Vodafone are also making strides, particularly in the 5G rollout.
Telecoms are gradually embracing the Public Cloud due to its efficiency, scalability, cost savings, innovation, and security benefits. The adoption is prominent in non-core systems, and the paper explores how the cloud facilitates the transition to 5G and edge computing services.
Challenges to telco adoption
Despite the advantages, telcos face challenges in compliance, reliability, security, performance, interoperability, and dealing with legacy systems. The paper addresses these concerns and notes that many have already been mitigated.
Netaxis in the Public Cloud
Netaxis, operating in a multi-cloud environment, has positioned itself as a key player in telecom cloud services. The company’s products, Fusion and SBC as a Service (SBCaaS), exemplify the critical building blocks for telecom infrastructure in the cloud. These offerings, hosted in Oracle OCI, enhance connectivity, automation, and overall customer satisfaction.
While telco adoption of the Public Cloud has been gradual, the momentum is increasing. The paper asserts that telecoms, driven by the cloud-native nature of 5G, are moving beyond non-core applications towards embracing the full potential of Public Cloud services. Netaxis emerges as a frontrunner, providing innovative solutions to facilitate this transition.