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Forget Bitcoin, Data Is Currency of the Future
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11/24/2014  |  14 comments
CSPs armed with real-time operational intelligence are uniquely positioned to realize the true monetary value of the new data economy.
Do You Have a 2020 Vision?
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11/21/2014  |  15 comments
Share your views on the next five years and find out what your peers think too.
IaaS: The Telco Tool for Business Growth
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11/20/2014  |  5 comments
The complexity of cloud service sourcing will boost demand for infrastructure-as-a-service.
It's Groundhog Day! Security Lessons From the Bill Murray Movie
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11/18/2014  |  1 comment
Automation saves you from repeating the same things over and over again.
Terabit in Action at SC14
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11/17/2014  |  Post a comment
Terabit Demonstrator Project to be unveiled at SC14 in New Orleans.
Applying 5 Simple 'Rules' to SDN & NFV
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11/11/2014  |  Post a comment
We can take these five rules and apply them to SDN and NFV to see if these two technologies make sense for cable, starting with Rule 1 in this post.
The New Voice of Customers Online
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11/11/2014  |  3 comments
The digital world is changing how telcos receive customer feedback, requiring new tools for listening, understanding and responding.
Sifting Through the Data
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11/10/2014  |  3 comments
Analytics can help communications service providers better understand their customers and develop revenue-generating services.
Managing OTT Traffic in the SDN/NFV Future
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11/10/2014  |  Post a comment
Network operators need to adopt a new way of thinking in order to benefit from SDN and NFV.
SDN: A Leveler for CSPs
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11/5/2014  |  3 comments
SDN will enable Tier 2 and Tier 3 service providers to compete more effectively with the current incumbents.


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