HCLSoftware and SolarWinds have announced a major collaboration that is set to revolutionize 5G network observability. Through their jointly created AI-based solutions, mobile network operators will be able to save millions of dollars in operating expenses. This cutting-edge platform, which combines HCLSoftware’s Augmented Network Automation platform, HCL DRYiCE iObserve powered by SolarWinds, and other products with the SolarWinds observability, monitoring, and service management platform, allows for varied AI-based applications such as network congestion relief that can lead to better performance even in areas with high traffic congestion. At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 in Barcelona both companies will discuss how this revolutionary technology can help telecom companies continue to benefit from cost saving platforms while ensuring consistent optimisation of 5G networks.
President and Chief Executive Officer of HCLSoftware Dr. Arvind Krishna said: “Our partnership with SolarWinds will allow us to further simplify 5G observability for current customers and open new doors for our tech solutions around the world.” With such promising opportunities on the table it is no surprise that both companies are eagerly looking forward to MWC2023. The potential impact of this venture does not end at reducing costs — according to reports from both sides there are aspirations to use the technologies involved towards creating entire ecosystems full of innovative connected 5G experiences. Whether or not these ideas come into fruition remains to be seen but in any case it is clear that this project is helping shape the future of 5G networks around the world. This marks the beginning of a promising partnership that is sure to keep telecom operators up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends in 5G network observability.
With their combined solutions, HCLSoftware and SolarWinds can help reduce costs for their customers while creating an environment of optimized networks throughout the world. The possibilities are limitless — and it will be exciting to see how this collaboration continues to evolve over the years. This announcement was made at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 in Barcelona, where both companies discussed how their jointly created AI-based solutions enable mobile network operators to save millions of dollars in operating expenses. The platform combines HCL Software’s Augmented Network Automation platform, HCL DRYiCE iObserve powered by SolarWinds, and other products with the SolarWinds observability, monitoring, and service management platform. All these tools offer advanced AI-driven capabilities such as network congestion relief that can lead to improved performance even in areas with high traffic density.