It's not improper to leave a legacy because it frequently indicates that something significant was accomplished. However, the word legacy relates to a past accomplishment and is not forward-looking. It's time for businesses in the telecommunications sector to focus on the future, which calls for getting rid of outdated technologies.
Network slicing, hyper-scalability, and edge computing are new problems brought on by innovations like 5G, IoT, and cloud. With other use cases like AR games, driverless vehicles, and smart cities, as well as significant revenue potential from monetizing new B2B2X business models, these technologies also bring several new opportunities.
Various parties will unite to form a vast, developing digital ecosystem in this brand-new, paradigm-shifting innovation.
In response, CSPs are attempting to go beyond connectivity by providing their clients with a range of value-added services. Unfortunately, out-of-date and compartmentalized legacy technologies will prevent CSPs from maximizing the potential of this partner ecosystem.
In the age of digital collaborations, telcos can position themselves for success in several ways:
CSPs will require agility and scalability to carry out this extensive and fundamental change. Legacy systems, however, are unable to keep up. CSPs must depart from legacy and embrace digital transformation to succeed in the 5G era.
We at Vanrise Solutions are experts at demystifying the increasingly complex nature of doing business in the digital age. With a comprehensive, end-to-end solution, we have assisted our customers in leaving a legacy.