HPE at Mobile World Congress Barcelona, 2023
27 Feb – 2 Mar, 2023
HPE booth 3N10
At MWC 2023, we’ll show you how HPE can help you to uncover new sources of B2B revenue, drive efficiencies with automation of multi-vendor networks, and accelerate innovation with open disaggregated RAN solutions, all supported with the flexibility and scalability of HPE GreenLake, the cloud that comes to you.
Sustainability in practice: A catalyst for change in your business and the world
During a live HPE & Intel panel discussion at MWC23, moderated by Charlotte Kan and entitled ‘Sustainability in practice: A catalyst for change in your business and the world', Intel Corporation’s Jeni Panhorst, Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Sue Preston, Telstra’s Justine Rowe, and BT Division X’s Alexandra Foster talk about the importance of sustainability within the telco industry and the wider ecosystem. They also look at the challenges that lie ahead and explain that to overcome them, telcos and vendors will have to leverage technology to increase efficiency and create a culture of sustainability in which all stakeholders take responsibility for transformation.
What can be done to reduce impact?
It has become clearer than ever that we must act now to dramatically reduce our carbon footprint. In the telecommunications sector we have both the opportunity, and responsibility to use technology to show the way, reducing both our own footprint and helping our customers do the same.
- Optimize your hybrid cloud environment with an edge to cloud strategy allowing you to act on data where it is generated, at the telco edge
- Harness AI and connected edge compute to help your clients make better use of data to reduce waste, increase efficiency, and optimize processes across a variety of industries
- Leverage modern software techniques, along with infrastructure innovation to increase the efficiency of the telecommunications network
Highlights from MWC Barcelona 2023
Expert thought leadership and the hottest technology featured at MWC Barcelona. Catch up on HPE's presence at this annual event.
Wi-Fi and private 5G – how do these technologies work together?
HPE’s Richard Band discusses how Wi-Fi and private 5G complement each other, shares his insights on P5G and addresses concerns held by enterprises and service providers.
How HPE is making automation easier for telcos
Stefano Capperi, worldwide service assurance and RAN automation portfolio lead at Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Communications Technology Group, explains why the automation of network processes is critical for future telco operations, especially in disaggregated network architectures, and outlines how HPE’s RAN Automation solution can help mobile operators achieve their operational goals.
How HPE Greenlake for Telco Cloud can help with 5G core deployments
Jean-Charles Doineau, head of portfolio management for telco cloud and infrastructure at Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Communications Technology Group, unveils the company’s new GreenLake for Telco Cloud offering and explains how it can help network operators overcome some of their toughest challenges.
How HPE is helping telcos capitalize on the sector’s “mega-changes“
Tarek Robbiati, executive vice president and chief financial officer of HPE, shares his thoughts on what he sees as the most important developments in telecoms right now – the “mega-changes”. He explains how HPE is helping the sector capitalise on these changes and what telcos can do to reduce costs, stay viable and position themselves for a secure future. With an growing number of enterprises, SMEs – and telcos – moving workloads to the public cloud, he discusses the role of the hyperscalers and gives his assessment of this ongoing transition to the cloud.
What are the challenges to the broad adoption of vRAN and Open RAN
The concepts of virtualised RAN (vRAN) and Open RAN have been gaining increasing attention, but the ecosystem is still not as mature as some might have expected. Geetha Ram, global head of telco infrastructure for the Communications Technology Group at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), discusses the main barriers to widespread adoption of the technologies and highlights some innovative ways to deal with the challenges associated with the total cost of ownership (TCO) of the telco network.