Armed with smartphones and tablets, consumers are demanding constant connectivity and consistently high quality of service, anytime and anywhere, at home and abroad. As a result, roaming traffic is expected to grow rapidly. Will your roaming profits grow as well?
The demand for smart and connected devices is booming at an exponential rate. With that growth comes increased competition and added complexities that can cloud the opportunities for entering or profiting from the technology industry. By simplifying a device’s lifecycle it becomes easier to pinpoint where your opportunities lie, and know who to ask for guidance on pursuing them.
Managing the Mobile Broadband Challenge of ‘Data Everywhere’ – Do’s and Don’ts of Lessons Learned from Over 100 Commercial DeploymentsJanuary 7, 2013 8:56 am | by Openwave Mobility
As mobile operators are shifting from network-oriented to subscriber-defined business models, the fundamental challenge consists of breaking the old paradigms to properly execute their user data consolidation transformation. Learn about the fundamental do’s and don’ts to effectively manage the ‘data everywhere’ challenge. This whitepaper outlines lessons learned from over 100 commercial deployments of Openwave Mobility’s directory technology.
White paper examining shared, or hosted, core opportunities. Particularly useful to smaller, regional wireless service providers as they seek to provide cutting edge mobile broadband services to their customers.
Service providers need the ability to assure the operation of business applications. Learn how the Alcatel-Lucent Application-Assured Business VPN Services solution offers you the ability to move up the value chain by enhancing your existing VPN service offerings.
This white paper examines growing mobile backhaul opportunities and prospects for MSOs as the wireless market continues to evolve rapidly, and the challenges inherent in that growth process. This paper also addresses the rationale for deploying Carrier Ethernet in the backhaul domain, describing a service provider use case as an example.
SON Networks is a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) as well as a Wired Internet Service Provider (ISP) providing managed internet solutions in medium to large Multifamily properties, hotels and commercial common areas. As such SON provides very cost effective, secure, branded, highspeed Wireless and Wired Internet access, and managed telecommunications services to residents, guests and staff alike. Headquartered in New Haven, CT, SON manages and actively monitors its 500+ networks deployed throughout the United States. Through its relationships with specially trained certified technicians throughout the United States, SON is able to address any onsite network service issues quickly and effectively. This arrangement also allows SON to have the ability to deploy in any new market in the United States that it chooses to enter. By building and deploying technologically superior internet networks, SON is able to address most network related issues remotely from its Headquarters. SON prides itself on its world class customer service which has consistently been rated by its customers higher than 4.5 on a scale of 1-5. Our superior service to our customers is evidenced by the testimonials at the end of this document.
MSOs face the prospect of declining subscriptions and lost VoD revenue without direct and rapid service expansion to mobile devices as consumers seek service alternatives.
Cable operators have gained a small share of the telco-dominated business services market but are relatively stronger in Ethernet services. Testing plays a critical role in the installation and maintenance of these services, which also requires a workforce trained to use test and measurement (T&M) equipment.
New solutions are emerging, purpose-built to address business models and network constraints while also providing a path toward very high scalability. One of the more elegant and efficient solutions is Juniper Networks' Media Flow technology. An example near the end of this white paper shows potential cost savings from intelligent caching can easily exceed several million US dollars.
With the emergence of Connection-Oriented Ethernet(COE) networking, Ethernet now promises to deliver the reliability, performance, and security of SONET/SDH, but with the networking efficiency inherent to Ethernet.
Defining the business case for RS-DVR services -- including how RS-DVR can reduce your CAPEX/OPEX and increase subscriber satisfaction.
The transition to digital TV and high-definition TV has made consumers much more aware of the quality of their video and any interruptions to its delivery. The current economic downturn has the potential to drive demand higher for in-home entertainment, including increased use of video-on-demand (VOD) services. With consumers spending more time looking at their TV screen, this could be good news for cable multiple service operators (MSOs)—as long as they can deliver the quality of service that consumers expect.