In­no­vate and al­low VOIP then we all grow to­gether

7 Days in Dubai - - CLASSIFIEDS -

Over the years the us­age and fre­quency of call­ing through con­ven­tional SIM cards came down dras­ti­cally. With the ad­vent of so­cial me­dia, mul­ti­me­dia com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­came a re­al­ity with re­duced cost. These ap­pli­ca­tions have sub­stan­tially drained the rev­enue of tele­com com­pa­nies’ world­wide. They start ban­ning sev­eral call­ing ap­pli­ca­tions such as What­sApp, Viber, IMO, Skype, FB apps and Snapchat with the help of ad­min­is­tra­tion. Ban­ning some­thing in a par­tic­u­lar coun­try is iso­lat­ing that coun­try and its res­i­dents from the rest of world. Op­tions are limited for tele­com com­pa­nies. They can ei­ther max­i­mize the profit or min­imise the ex­pen­di­ture by sci­en­tific man­age­ment. The cus­tomer is con­cerned about the cost as­pects whereas the ser­vice provider gives promi­nence to prof­itabil­ity. Strik­ing a bal­ance be­tween them is a dif­fi­cult task. Tele­com com­pa­nies should give em­pha­size on data rather than tar­iff on calls. In­no­va­tion in data trans­fer will even­tu­ally re­duce the ex­penses and it will au­to­mat­i­cally max­imise the profit also. All es­tab­lished in­fra­struc­ture such as un­der­ground ca­bles can be utilised in the mean time to its max­i­mum pos­si­ble ex­tend. Fa­cil­i­tat­ing the in­no­va­tions in tech­nol­ogy in turn will in­no­vate the coun­try and its res­i­dents to­gether. Girish R Edathitta UAE

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UAE

© PressReader. All rights reserved.