VMware builds out Telco Cloud offer

VMware has made enhancements to its Telco Cloud Platform, designed to help service providers speed their multi-cloud transformation and bring new services to market faster. It said the changes will allow service providers to better support customers who require the flexibility needed to deploy and consistently manage cloud-based workloads anywhere.


“With network modernization efforts well underway, service providers are now focused on how to monetize 5G services,” said Sanjay Uppal, senior vice president and general manager, Service Provider and Edge, VMware. “Thanks to cloud-native architectures, time to market for launching new services has moved from months and years to days and weeks.”


He said over 150 CSPs around the world rely on VMware Telco Cloud Platform to accelerate time to revenue while providing automation and consistent operations across networks for 4G, 5G and beyond. The VMware Telco Cloud Platform, he added, provides multi-cloud capabilities from the core to the edge without locking the service provider into a single cloud architecture or deployment: “It thereby delivers the agility and speed our customers need for their massive 5G deployments,” added Uppal.


The enhancements to VMware Telco Cloud Platform include:

  • VMware Telco Cloud Platform – Public Cloud will let service providers seamlessly incorporate public clouds into their overall 5G architecture.
  • VMware Telco Cloud Platform – Edge will provide the foundation for delivery of next-generation communications and compute services at the service provider and enterprise edge.
  • New VMware Telco Cloud Automation capabilities will enable consistent, multi-cloud operations across the entire network. In addition, support for network slicing will be added through Project Lattice, now in tech preview.


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