Discover what’s next for the network edge as high-performance, GPU-driven AI services disrupt the industry. Cole Crawford and Matt Trifiro from Vapor explain the benefits of their Zero Gap AI service and how it leverages Super Micro and Nvidia for an end-to-end solution. Find out how Vapor’s unique positioning in the ‘middle mile’ offers a fast and close network experience, reducing reliance on multiple network hops and internet routing. Plus, learn how Vapor partners with SuperMicro and Nvidia to make GPUs accessible to enterprises. Contact [email protected] to be part of their video series.
Tarana Wireless receives FCC certification for its Gigabit 1 fixed wireless access platform in the unlicensed 6 GHz spectrum, a crucial tool for expanding high-speed broadband in underserved areas. With the ability to cancel radio interference and operate in multiple sub-channels, the G1 platform offers flexible and efficient performance in the 6 GHz band. This certification allows internet service providers to commercially operate in the 6 GHz UNII-5 and UNII-7 bands, supporting the mission to bridge the digital divide.
Windstream Wholesale announces progress in the construction of its dark fiber “Beach Route,” offering extensive connectivity options along the East Coast. The northern section is complete and ready for service, connecting major cities. The company also highlights progress on the southern portion, scheduled for service by Q2 2024.
Ericsson introduces Explainable AI capabilities in its Cognitive Software portfolio, enhancing network design and optimization for CSPs. The new features provide full explainability on recommended actions, aiding visibility and boosting productivity for optimization teams. Ericsson’s solutions rely on AI models trained on diverse global data sets, offering fast and flexible deployment. Additionally, an intuitive user interface is introduced to facilitate CSPs’ adoption of AI-powered systems.