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Time to jump into experiential network service options

As network connections revenue declines, next-gen services that deliver a user experience can transform the business. Note to operators: Missing this opportunity is not optional.


Telecom technology evolution takes three paths

To reduce cost or increase revenue, operators have three telecom technology transformation options to increase service automation, using different amounts of new technologies.


Service automation key to telecom costs and profit ratio

Restarting a telecom transformation means putting business goals first and technology choices second, and making the service process more efficient through automation.


Next-generation infrastructure automates services

Service providers can increase network automation using SDN and NFV next-generation infrastructure for enterprise service options by exposing secure network APIs.

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