Enterprises are prioritizing low-latency networks to ensure that their AI applications function at optimal efficiency and accuracy. This focus on reducing latency is about more than speed; it’s about creating a seamless, responsive experience for end-users and maintaining a competitive edge in an increasingly AI-driven market.
Tata Communications eying Latin American market, invests in submarine cable
January 19, 2015
NEW DELHI: Tata Communications has invested in acquiring capacity in Seabras-1, a submarine cable being developed between the US and Brazil, seeking to increase services in the Latin American region.
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This report summarizes the key survey insights, as well as the investment decisions and implementation approaches that define the state of AI in telecoms in 2023