The world’s first fully programmable cloud contact centre platform, Flex gives companies infinite flexibility and can be instantly deployed.
Arguably one of the biggest challenges facing UK businesses in the coming year is the continued confusion regarding
access to Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) that is essential to support the deployment of IoT at scale.
At a time when organisations are being actively encouraged by the government to invest in innovation to drive up productivity, the continued prioritisation of broadband as a digital economy enabler is short-sighted. IoT is a technology that is set to deliver far more value than many of the high bandwidth applications can – and the lack of availability is a concern. All is not lost however. LPWAN roll out is a constantly changing situation, with both network standards and network deployments, licensed and unlicensed, still evolving. It is also a buyer’s market: there are a number of propositions ready that will enable organisations to leverage IoT and gain a competitive advantage. As such, Nick Sacke, Head of IoT and Products, Comms365 explains why it is the independent providers, able to provide access to a blended network model, who will enable not only IoT at scale today, but also provide a long term solution that will drive new levels of efficiency and customer service.
Mobile technology manufacturers promise that
5G will enable new, increased interaction between devices and the world
around us. However, according to WITgrip, a patented solution to change
the way technology is worn on the wrist,
the impact of 5G will be limited unless users also have new, smart
interfaces with their devices.
Enterprises believe UCaaS addresses their core digital transformation priorities; improvement in collaboration productivity, customer engagement and IT effectiveness.
Cisco, together with Vodafone, is demonstrating new network slicing techniques via segment at this week's Mobile World Congress.
Huawei and Bouygues Telecom have announced a joint innovation program to experiment 5G in France. Bouygues Telecom is part of the first operators worldwide to experiment 5G 3GPP in field with Huawei. Bordeaux will be the first city for a 5G network trial, from single site to multi-site coverage.
Cisco and TIM are engaged in developing a joint business and innovation program. They will leverage their unique competences and technologies, to create next generation solutions and services focused in particular on Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, Smart Cities and 5G.
Expansion of new telecommunication (telecom) and Internet of Things (IoT) segment focus announced, following highest Lenovo Data Center Group revenue quarter in two years
Office 365 managed services offer a simple, cost-effective digital transformation, leveraging cloud.
Introduces open and adaptive wireline network
architecture to enable scale and automation.
The vision for future wireless network architectures is built on centralized
baseband processing and virtualized network functions for more efficient and flexible operation. CommScope
is making that future vision a reality for in-building wireless by introducing a next generation platform, CommScope Era™.
Introducing Avaya Ava, a cloud-based AI solution for automating and managing digital interactions with customers through social and messaging platforms.
Over 3,000 gather in New Orleans to explore the future of business communications.
RingCentral selected to replace disparate legacy PBX and call center systems.
Service Providers gain on-demand access to the Internet Exchange Point serving the Mid-Atlantic region and can simply and efficiently peer with new partners.
Both groups achieve initial success in network function virtualization.
Retail giant looks to provide better response options to the millions of customer calls received instore every year.
Collaboration supports the next wave of innovation for Zain Group, enabling it to adapt easily to future customer needs and deliver new services faster.
PON virtualization enables rapid delivery of new services such as 5G fronthaul.
Research commissioned by the European Union (EU) underscores the importance of micro fluidics and silicon photonics for remote fibre management. New fibre optic switching technologies could potentially automate manual processes and reduce energy costs across telecommunications, according to the study.