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Maria Düsing

Maria works as Solution Marketing Manager at Packet Core, focusing on the transformation from native to virtualization and the introduction of 5G. She has been in the telecom business for over 20 years in various roles including product management, operational development, sales and marketing. Maria has a MSc from Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg.

Maria Düsing

IoT—it’s time to go big! Is your massive IoT core network ready?

What does ‘being ready for massive IoT’ mean for you as a service provider? How will today’s core network adapt to meet IoT needs, and what challenges will the introduction of vast numbers of ‘Things’ or devices and their behaviors bring?

How many network slices are needed?

Looking into the crystal ball, where are we going with network slicing in one to five years from now? How to scale and how many network slices will there be? Network slicing needs to add value, so it’s important that the process lowers time to market, time to customer, and operational costs, as well as tailoring service characteristics such as delay or capacity, or meeting isolation requirements. Okay we all agree to that, but how is this done in practice and how many slices are needed?

Ericsson continues to lead the top virtual EPC vendors

With recent Dell'Oro and GlobalData reports and news sharing; “Ericsson Maintains Top Ranking For Seventh Year Running”, “Ericsson Beats Huawei & Cisco as No. 1 NFV EPC Vendor”, "EPC market is booming, and Ericsson is leading it", “Ericsson ranked as the number one vendor”, at least I get curious to talk to Peo Lehto, Head of Product Line Packet Core within Business Area Digital Services, and get his reflections. Further down, don’t miss a complimentary copy of the GlobalData Ericsson virtual EPC, Product Assessment report.

Building 4G sliced networks

The building blocks for both deploying and managing a sliced network are available today. Why not start by taking the benefits of network slicing in your 4G/LTE network?

Continuous delivery and continuous deployment helps turning on 5G

How far have network operators reached with continuous delivery and continuous deployment? Or maybe I should ask, how far have network operators reached with continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) including continuous deployment? What benefits have they experienced and how will those support the 5G setup?