Vodafone is partnering with Nokia to build an anomaly detection application on GCP
12 July 2021 | Research
Vodafone is on a journey to transform its network management by using data insights to automate as much as possible. Its partnership with Nokia and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a key part of this strategy, and has enabled Vodafone to rapidly operationalise use cases such as anomaly detection for efficient operations.
This case study provides:
- an explanation of the key challenges that Vodafone faced with respect to its data management strategy and use case development
- a brief overview of Vodafone’s partnership with Nokia and Google Cloud Platform
- a discussion of the solution architecture and an explanation of the anomaly detection use case.
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