"Big Data Analytics" was a significant theme throughout Mobile World Congress last week in Barcelona. These solutions covered a broad spectrum of applications, from subscriber behavior to deep network analytics.
Unplanned IT downtime can cost your business millions of dollars a year, and downtime costs are growing. In 2010, businesses lost on average $5,600 per minute in an outage, according to Emerson Network Power. This is a frightening number, but in just over 3 years, the cost of downtime has increased 41%. Businesses now lose an average of $7,900 a minute in an unplanned outage.
How can you prevent this loss?
Healthcare facilities are going through rapid changes. Not only must they support the newest technologies, but they also must prepare to meet the medical needs of a community for decades to come. But through all this change, the technology backbone in a hospital, known as the local area network (LAN), has remained the same.
This week we’re meeting with dozens of mobile operators from around the world at Mobile World Congress. You’re invited to visit our booth in Hall 6, Stand 6C61.
I am hearing consistent concerns emerging during the show.
With the growth in data traffic at an all-time high, mobile networks are feeling the pressure. To keep pace and ensure the highest quality of experience for users, mobile networks must evolve with the times.
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