Microsoft unveils suite of cloud tools for telecom firms

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By Supantha Mukherjee and Martin Coulter BARCELONA (Reuters) – Microsoft has unveiled previews of two AI-powered services designed to manage telecom networks, drawing on the same capabilities used to manage the tech giant’s Azure cloud platform. Operators can benefit from advanced artificial intelligence that helps to unlock new business opportunities from data on and insights into their operations — including the rollout of high-speed 5G networks — the company said in a blog post. Microsoft first entered the 5G arena after its acquisition of cloud networking companies Affirmed Networks and …

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