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As day two of the highly anticipated Mobile World Congress conference draws to a close, here are a few announcements you won’t want to miss…

Fujitsu announced Virtuora IA to improve MNOs network performance – in line with industry acceleration towards the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Fujitsu promises to use both to deliver operational efficiencies for mobile network operators and open new revenue streams for them.

Meanwhile, Tecnotree Moments and Bytedance also demonstrated a commitment to utilising artificial intelligence. Today the pair announced their partnership in a collaborative step towards delivering enhanced AI and API monetisation strategies for CSPs worldwide.

On the operator side, the GSMA confirmed the good news that mobile networks have seen a 6% cut in carbon emissions globally. Europe leads the way with a 50% decrease in emissions, and this is set to continue as European companies like Nokia peruse aggressive net-zero strategies.

In other Nokia news, the telco giant’s mobile networks division announced a new customer win with Rakuten Mobile in Japan today. They’ll provide RAN solutions to support the evolution of Rakuten’s 4G network.

You know we love the B2B stuff here at Liberty, but we couldn’t wrap-up without giving an honourable mention to the nubia Pad 3D II announced by ZTE today.

The Nubia Pad 3D II is the world’s first 5G+AI eyewear-free 3D tablet. Yep, that means you’ll be able to watch your favourite 2D content in 3D, without wearing any funky glasses – and the tablet even offers a massive 80% improvement in 3D resolution and 100% improvement in 3D brightness compared to the previous model.

Thanks for reading – now let’s see what tomorrow brings!

Jasmine Gray

Jasmine is an Account Director at Liberty Communications

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