Cre­at­ing Com­pet­i­tive Dif­fer­en­ti­a­tion

Op­er­a­tors are bring­ing to the mar­ket an in­creas­ingly di­verse port­fo­lio of prod­ucts and ser­vices, which need to be driven by the type of over­all cus­tomer ex­pe­ri­ence the op­er­a­tor wants to pro­vide

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The world of mo­bile net­works, de­vices, and ser­vices is chang­ing at a blis­ter­ing pace, driven forces, and ap­par­ently lim­it­less de­mand from con­sumers. Some op­er­a­tors have seen 8,000% growth on their net­works over the last 3 years, but deal­ing with that level of us­age is not with­out cost—a lot net­work in­vest­ments need to keep pace with de­mand that could top $1 tn over the next 10 years.

as well as they could. Re­cent Ac­cen­ture re­search has found that from 2002 to 2010, op­er­a­tors de­clined by 32% glob­ally. At the -

Cost Con­trol

Mo­bile traf­fic de­mand will continue un­abated and the move to 4G will drive the ra­dio ac­cess net­work and the back­haul. Up­grades to avail­able ca­pac­ity are based back­haul to re­move high-cost TDM

to new in­fra­struc­ture in­vest­ments is that, in to­day’s en­vi­ron­ment, the in­vest­ments new rev­enue growth. And, al­though new net­work tech­nolo­gies such as LTE prom­ise a much sim­pler ar­chi­tec­ture and re­duced cur­rent ser­vices and cus­tomers.

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