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As we ponder about the massive halt that is overcast across fields such as technology, innovation perhaps is taking its own course with new 5G developments. One of the most recent developments in 5G is initiated by HP with its recent investment to initiate Open Distributed Infrastructure Management to support 5G advances.
This advancement in Open Distributed Infrastructure Management is designed to ease out network management such that it supports massive range connectivity across diverse geographical locales over a highly heterogeneous vendor infrastructure. HP’s ODIM initiative is anticipated to neutralize and simplify automated infrastructure framework across multi-locale, multi-vendor structure. The development is designed to directly aid telecom industry working towards rolling out large scale 5G connectivity globally. End-users such as IT sector is likely to bear the sweetest fruit of the ongoing 5G advancement.
HP’s ODIM program is likely to be supported by other notable industry vendors comprising Red Hat, Tech Mahindra, World Wide Technoloy, Apstra, and AMI amongst others. It is also likely that HP is touted to collaborate with Intel to kickstart an open source initiative under the Linux Foundation umbrella to further propel the project towards desired direction. In HP’s narrative, developments as such are overtly crucial to match with the data driven ecosystem wherein organisation workflow is massively dependent on high speed internet connectivity.
Further in 5G development spree, South Korea based telco operators are poised to upgrdae to their 5G network connectivity, catering to enterprise customer needs. The three mobile networks are identified as industry stalwarts, comprising LG Uplus, KT Corp, and SK Telecom. Recent reports suggest low key growth in mobile subscription in the coming years, thus telecos are substantially catering to government based and enterprise-based connectivity needs. If recent data is to be believed, SK Telecom has successfully achieved over 70 5G clusters across commercial domains across length and breadth of South Korea.