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.
In recent years I've seen a steady flow of contradictory statistics on SDN implementation released daily. In order to separate truth from hype, it's critical to go the source and find out the direct opinions of key decision-makers and influencers in the telecoms arena.
Like the rest of the world, education’s dependency on technology and connectivity is growing. From traditional instruction to online and blended learning programs to administrative collaboration, all aspects of the education system rely on the local area network (LAN) infrastructure in place.
The new Software Defined Networking (SDN) paradigm was widely hyped last year. Yet many operators didn't understand the true value of SDN and the potential business cases. We recognised that SDN could actually have a huge impact in the mobile backhaul space.
To ensure end users' quality of experience, mobile backhaul networks are critical. Just how critical? Strategy Analytics estimates that for each dollar invested in backhaul, operators can save up to $4 in revenue, largely by avoiding customer churn.
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