Türk Telekom has announced a partnership with fellow Turkish firm Odine with to shape the future with 5G and new generation technologies.
The operator’s CEO Ümit Önal affirmed its commitment to demonstrating Turkey’s potential in the global arena via collaborations with local technology initiatives, with the goal of accelerating national development and adding value to the economy.
“As Turkey's leading information and communication technologies company, our aim is to make our country ready for Industry 4.0 and to make Turkey one of the countries that have a say in 5G. We are very happy to develop partnerships with local brands in the transformations we have made in our infrastructure and services, especially while developing projects in the fields of 5G, software-defined networks, internet of things, smart cities, new-generation information technologies, and artificial intelligence”, he said.
Türk Telekom and Odine are jointly testing containerised architectures and working together to integrate and manage solutions on these platforms. Alper Tunga Burak, CEO of Odine, said: "At a time when telecommunications service providers are going through a crucial digital transformation process, cloud-native virtualisation solutions form the foundation of this process. Cloud-native solutions enable telecom operators to be leading technology providers, powering technologies such as IoT, 5G, edge computing, AI/ML, and not only for operators but also for enterprise businesses."