Telecom network optimization driven by higher user expectations
A host of telecom network optimization techniques promise more efficient networks and data transmission even as falling bandwidth prices complicate the calculations. The ever-increasing rate of mobile and fixed-line data usage is forcing telecom service providers to try a wide range of new network optimization methods.
Femtocells, distributed antennas can help fine-tune wireless networks
Find out how femtocells and distributed antenna systems can help telecom service providers cut wireless backhaul costs by a third, while giving them a break from building out more cellular towers or leasing pricey fixed T-1 connections for backhaul.
Network virtualization, led by Juniper, promises efficiency boost
Network virtualization, pioneered by Juniper in the telecom market, promises to help carriers make more efficient use of their disparate networks and improve overall hardware utilization rates. See how this emerging technology could change the cost equation for carriers, just as it has for enterprises.
Telecom network optimization ROI limited for fixed and mobile video
The promise of strong mobile video growth projections versus little mobile video revenue actually going to carriers presents a serious conundrum . As a result, return on investment (ROI) for telecom network optimization isn't a sure thing for service providers trying to keep costs and revenues aligned.
This was first published in April 2009