Showing posts from September 29, 2017

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Mobile networks evolve in a way that is more transformational

Steadily, one can observe that, Mobile networks are evolving in an end-to-end way to address the challenges and opportunities facing the mobile network operators (MNOs). For many analysts, the next 3 to 4 years will witness mobile networks evolve in a way that is more transformational than was the shift to IP in mobile networks. 
According to ABI Researchthe end-to-end digital transformation toward virtualized and software defined networks is creating the opportunity for operators to open their highly proprietary networks and vendor ecosystem to include innovative start-ups.

Lay the groundwork for 5G: Technology trends that address key challenges

For many analysts, Technology trends that address these challenges today and also lay the groundwork for 5G in future include: the application of virtualization and software-defined networking technologies to mobile networks; the  evolution of the mobile edge to improve customer quality of experience (QoE) and the creation of monetization opportunities for the operator; the growing need for an effective self-organizing network (SON) solution; and the use of  Big Data analytics to leverage granular network data to enhance network performance. 
According to ABI Research, Athonet, CellWize, CellMining, AirHop Communications, Core Network Dynamics, Blue Danube, Vasona Networks are a few examples of the startups profiled and those that are poised to challenge the status-quo in the telecom industry.

The industry progresses toward the standardization and the launch of 5G in the 2019 -2020 time-frame

It is important to recall that, as the industry progresses toward the standardization and the launch of 5G in the 2019 -2020 time-frame, operators need to address some key network performance and traffic management issues now.

Amazing realities of the global defense satellite-based navigation systems market

One can observe that, the globaldefense satellite-based navigation systems market has a limited number of multinational and regional suppliers that offer homogeneous products and services. The market is largely dependent on the development of advanced military platforms and the retrofit programs undertaken to modernize the existing fleet of aircraft, land vehicles and naval vessels. Suppliers in the Americas and EMEA have been engaged in the R&D of satellite-based navigation systems for several years and have subjugated the market with the technical skill sets that they have developed over the years, according to Technavio Research. The growing interest of the defense ministries to equip their armed forces with state-of-the-art devices will directly contribute to the growth of the market, and vendors are expected to experience a considerable rise in the demand for their products and services,” says Moutushi Saha, a lead defense research analyst from Technavio.