By the year 2024, 5G networks will carry 25% of the mobile data traffic across the United States, 70% of which will be driven solely by video, according to The Linux Foundation. With that shift facing the industry, the question is: “What must happen to make this prediction a reality?”
our take on the state of the industry
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iconectiv is pleased to be part of the industry-wide solution that will help mitigate illegal robocalls and give people confidence to actually answer a phone call again.
While AI and robot-themed exhibits continued to draw crowds, the event also focused on the current challenges facing service providers – namely how to accelerate the global rollout of 5G while also adapting to changing business models.
To make the transition to a digital-focused mindset, operators need to register and track both tangible and intangible network assets accurately. IDC assessed the iconectiv TruOps Common Language solution and presented it as a viable option to help service providers avoid many of the pitfalls that arise because of incomplete or inaccurate asset management information.
Kathy Timko reflects on her experience leading the migration of the NPAC to iconectiv earlier in 2018 in a contributed article for Unified Communications.