It goes on to say that Capgemini demonstrates high adaptability in accommodating evolving customer requirements; and business leaders are open to new business models and terms of engagement.
This research evaluates 18 engineering service providers and features them on the PEAK Matrix® framework. The study enables buyers of 5G engineering services to find the right-fit service provider based on their needs, while the service providers will be able to benchmark themselves against their competitors.
Capgemini was recognised as a Leader by Everest Group in its PEAK Matrix® for its key strengths, including its:
- acquisition of Altran, and the introduction of the new Capgemini Engineering brand, which has significantly added to its capabilities in the 5G Engineering Research & Development (ER&D) space
- high quality partnerships and investments in areas such as 5G edge computing frameworks, 5G NextGen Core, open networking, New Radio (NR) software, and other frameworks,
- investments in developing the right mix of IP across areas such as edge computing platforms, network element software frameworks, RAN intelligent controls, and cloud native architecture, designing the upcoming 5G engineering trends.
“This recognition is a testament to Capgemini’s commitment to accompanying organisations in their data-driven and R&D transformation, and helping them to harness the full potential of 5G,” said Shamik Mishra, Chief Technology Officer for Connectivity at Capgemini Engineering. “Our collaboration with ecosystem partners, investments in research & development initiatives, software frameworks and 5G Labs across the globe, is helping us to serve high performance networks and applications, assist both network equipment and 5G network providers to accelerate and be a step ahead of the competition.”
The report, Envisioning the Connected Future: 5G Engineering Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2021 is available on the Everest Group website.