Service providers are striving to deliver the already massive and rapidly growing volumes of online video with efficiency and quality. In addition to these efforts, providers are seeking ways to control both OpEx and CapEx while creating new revenue opportunities.
Understanding and meeting customer expectations will reward operators with superior mobile broadband networks.
Over the next five to 10 years, networks will need to handle 10 to 100 times the traffic they do today. The aim of OPn Ciena’s deployable network architecture and vision of how networks should evolve, is to bend the cost curve of networking down in the face of this rapidly increasing bandwidth and evolving service demands, and to enable network operators to monetize new applications and superior user experiences.
This whitepaper discusses how Oracle addresses the key requirements outlined in the Ovum whitepaper “Improving the customer experience for the enterprise segment” as well as key performance indicators (KPIs) that are achievable and how CSPs can also maximize enterprise customer profitability as part of the overall business strategy.
CommsDay Melbourne Congress is over for another year with a record attendance of nearly 250 industry delegates and a lineup including Malcolm Turnbull and senior executives from Telstra, Optus, NBN Co, VHA and more.
We have now uploaded PPTs for many of the speakers (not all, as some requested we not publish their presentations). View them online
ALLISON CERRA OF ALCATEL LUCENT
GLENN OSBORNE OF TELSTRA WHOLESALE
VICKI BRADY FROM OPTUS
DAVID KENNEDY FROM OVUM
DAVID WHITE OF BROCADE
BERNARD LEE OF FTTH COUNCIL AP & SENKO
MATT HEALY FROM OZHUB
RENE SUGO OF SYMBIO NETWORKS
ROB GASHI OF ORACLE
NICK ABRAHAMS OF NORTON ROSE
ROB NICHOLLS, the INDEPENDENT TELECOMS ADJUDICATOR
SIMON COHEN, TELECOMMS INDUSTRY OMBUDSMAN
JIM HASSELL OF NBN CO
GRAEME BELLIS OF OVERTURE NETWORKS
JOHN STEFANAC OF QUALCOMM
ROB PARCELL OF OPTUS
MAHA KRISHNAPILLAI OF AUSTRALIA POST
JOHN LINDSAY OF IINET
BRETT SAVILL OF BROADCAST AUSTRALIA
MATTHEW LOBB OF VODAFONE