3TEN8 Launches First Artificial Intelligence to Automate Network Operations

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “3TEN8, an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) platform that diagnoses and predicts future outages and failures on wireless networks, today announced… it has signed an agreement with a Tier-1 telecom operator for a paid trial of its AI for network operations technology. Additionally, 3TEN8 has appointed Marcos Perreau Guimaraes to the position of Chief Data Scientist.”

Amr Awadallah, CTO and cofounder of Cloudera, commented, “The experienced team at 3TEN8 is combining their deep domain knowledge of telecom network operations with advanced AI and machine learning techniques in a way that completely disrupts how we think about network operations and efficiency… With laser-like focus on the subscriber’s experience on the network, 3TEN8 doesn’t just diagnose and predict degradations and failures, they automate prioritization for carriers so that resources are efficiently allocated to maximize the subscriber’s overall experience, thus minimizing long-term churn rates.”

The release goes on, “Currently processing over 6 billion records per day for wireless operators ranging from Tier-1 to regional midsize carriers, 3TEN8 is now accurately predicting future network states 24-72 hours in advance, including the health and performance of the network, as well as traffic patterns and congestion. The technology diagnoses network anomalies with over 90% accuracy and saves engineers 50% of time troubleshooting, significantly reducing costs to operators and eliminating the need for outside vendors and consultants.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: 3TEN8

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