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What if networks could automatically diagnose and heal themselves? What if they could understand your intentions and respond correctly? Zero-touch networks, as such networks are known, use artificial intelligence and machine learning to anticipate user needs, and diagnose and correct problems. As such, zero touch will substantially change how networks are operated and maintained, and the way network operators allocate resources, handle customer service, and mitigate threats. Norwegian communications service provider Telenor uses zero-touch digital orchestration to simplify network slicing, which allows a single physical network infrastructure to be divided into multiple virtual networks. This effectively automated the process of setting up and managing these networks—zero touch at work.

Self-repairing networks


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