5G – THE MOST SIGNIFICANT TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTION THAT ANY GENERATION HAS SEEN BEFORE, WILL DEMAND SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE PRESENT TELCO OPERATIONS
Industry estimates, linking the physical and digital worlds could generate up to $11.1 trillion a year in economic value by 2025. – McKinsey Global Institute.
With customer centricity at the center of transformation, Telcos need to evolve and adapt network technologies that can help them achieve operational synergies across the infrastructure stack and the Operational Support Systems (OSS).
The global telecoms sector will see relentless focus on the underlying trends of M2M, Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing and the overarching Internet of Things.
In the Telco transformation journey, virtualisation is the key to drive operational efficiency, agility and service innovation.
The transformation lifecycle has triggered the concept of an integrated Telco enterprise with distributed and virtual workforce. It is now a business priority to provide consistent and seamless user experience across devices and locations.
Real-time communication is critical to field operations reducing service delivery time, optimising data entry errors and improving field force efficiency
As Communication Service Providers (CSPs) adapt to the digital world, they need to design, program and iterate their operating model.
For Communications Service Providers (CSPs), improved customer experience, enhanced revenue generation and transformed operations are business priorities in the age of digital disruption.