Providing connectivity is no longer much of a factor for CSPs. While competing with OTT players, telecom operators realized that, in order to keep their heads above water, they would need to invest and implement an innovation culture including different disruptive technologies such as NFV or SDN.
Constantly increasing network usage, ever more complex service offers and the growing obsolescence of manual, time-consuming, error prone operations mean communication service providers (CSPs) must focus on optimizing their infrastructure. Self-organizing network (SON) solutions can help them to do this.
It may surprise you to hear this, but network transformation will not happen by simply cutting costs. Instead, you'll need speed and agility to differentiate and compete.
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In today’s global culture, high-quality content is expected to be available anywhere, at any time. The network is at the heart of this new web-scale world, playing a crucial role in connecting data centers with new benchmarks in operational simplicity, scalability, and viable business economics.