Tata Communications Transformation Services’ (TCTS) Intelligent Automation Solution facilitates Telco customers to automate their business processes
Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is a technology that distributes network traffic across wide area networks (WAN) using software-defined networking (SDN) concepts to automatically determine
With digital transformation growing rapidly across the globe, businesses are becoming more dependent and connected to public clouds, partners, private data centres and to an ecosystem of ever interconnected devices.
THE FUTURE TELCO will be a pervasive and AN INTELLIGENT CONNECTIVITY HUB rendering smarter, faster, efficient digital services on demand, to improve human interactions with the world around us.
Digital transformation has become an overwhelming concern for communications
5G presents a generational shift in network technology that can drive transformational benefits of revenue acceleration by powering Internet of Things (IoT) / M2M devices.
It is estimated that there are over 8.4 billion connected “things” (devices, appliances, machines and others) in the world today. Do you know how your business can derive value from the Internet of Things?
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
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.
With the growing volumes and varying types of data to achieve competitive advantage, it is important for CSPs to adopt Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) concepts. While managing large volume of alarms and tickets, CSPs find it difficult to predict where network faults will occur.
Global adoption of Digital technologies and driving the need for digital transformation by service providers. Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Connected and Autonmous Vehicles (CAV), Smart Cities and Video are driving the mass adoption of NFV/SDN to reduce the massive OPEX/CAPEX investment needed to support the delivery of these services. These services do not need a “one-size-fits all” shared homogeneous network, it needs a heterogeneous network.
In today’s telecommunication scenario almost all telecom service providers have a plan to provide high speed broadband and quad play services to their subscribers. Quad play consists of Data, Voice, Video and IPTv services. Now comes FTTx (Fibre to the x), the next generation broadband technology that provides a high-speed access to subscribers for different type of quad play services.
We are thought leaders in the subsea cable management space with our capability spanning across the subsea cable lifecycle, right from the pre-Ready-For-Service (pre-RFS) consulting, to assuming overall operational responsibility for the entire network post-RFS, and network upgrades. We also have expertise in running the Cable Landing Stations (CLS) and related on-shore management, and deeply understand the challenging local liaison requirements.
With the industry moving at high speed towards 5G network technology, what assumes paramount