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Mavenir Partners with NVIDIA and Amazon Web Services to Deliver Generative AI Collaborative Driving to Communications Service Providers

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Mavenir, a cloud-native network infrastructure provider building the networks of the future, announced that it has pioneered a breakthrough Operations CoPilot that harnesses the power of generative AI to improve service level agreements and optimize operational efficiency for communications service providers. Developed in conjunction with NVIDIA and Amazon Web Services (AWS), this innovation demonstrates the potential of generative AI to effectively define a service assurance AI/operations platform, alleviating the burden on operations, support, and maintenance teams and improving their ability to meet service level agreements.

Mavenir ‘s Operational Collaborative Driving for RAN Service Assurance (RSA) automates network troubleshooting, enabling mobile network operators to quickly and accurately predict network issues and resolve detected network impairments before they worsen. Operational Collaborative Driving significantly reduces manual debugging workload, development and maintenance cycles, thereby improving IT operations, service availability and delivery capabilities to cope with increasingly complex mobile networks.

Mavenir, in collaboration with NVIDIA and AWS, has created an operational collaborative driving solution that transforms the operational management of telecom networks through intelligent automation, leveraging the power of generative AI and large language models (LLMs) trained on detailed key performance indicators (KPIs), counters, logs, and network infrastructure traces. This new framework, based on NVIDIA Tensor Core GPUs and the generative AI NVIDIA AI Enterprise software platform running on AWS, leverages Mavenir’s Open RAN architecture and provides access to multiple open interfaces that can provide the data needed to train and optimize domain-specific telecom LLMs.

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Bejoy Pankajakshan, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer at Mavenir, commented: “ Our new Operational Collaborative Driving Framework has the potential to be a game changer for operators, delivering rich fault prediction and root cause analysis capabilities with the accuracy and speed of AI technology. This industry-first solution is built on the transformative foundation of NVIDIA GPUs running on AWS and powered by Mavenir data, accessible through numerous interfaces in the Open RAN and Packet Core for complete end-to-end visibility.”

He added: “ The three key use cases of core dump analysis, log similarity search capabilities, and log anomaly detection can be performed simultaneously to maximize automation efficiency. Combining the information provided by trained LLMs provides broader and deeper coverage of all faults and anomalies, enabling early prediction of potential problems in the network. In addition, as these solutions evolve, the models are able to continuously learn and optimize based on user feedback and are iteratively trained with more logs, KPIs, and traces, which is expected to achieve greater benefits.”

“In today’s fast-paced digital environment, generative AI is an enabler for businesses everywhere,” said Chris Penrose, global head of telecommunications business development at NVIDIA. “ Built on the NVIDIA AI Enterprise platform, Mavenir’s framework simplifies the development and deployment of AI and will drive a new level of operational efficiency for communications service providers.”

Source: Businesswire


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