VMWare has announced the acquisition of Uhana, the latest in a round of purchases made in the artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) enterprise space. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. On Thursday, VMWare said the answer to increasing workloads caused by next-generation wireless technologies, low-latency applications, VR, AR, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is the automation of Communications Service Provider (CSP) networks.
Autonomous networks, which results in reducing human labor and both the time and staff needed to oversee and manage resources, is made possible through “AI-driven, scalable network and application experience management system[s],” VMWare says, and as a result, Uhana is seen as a great fit for the firm’s future aspirations in this area.
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