Thursday, 22 June 2017

ICT is driving change across all industries so how can operators prepare their networks for this huge surge in traffic?

By Jayne Garfitt, Total Telecom in Barcelona
Tuesday 03 March 15

 Unveiling its vision at Mobile World Congress 2015, Huawei declared five fundamental characteristics to the ultimate user experience – Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social. While no one will argue that the concept is as ideal as it is ambitious, is there any substance to it?    Divided in half by a reflective black walkway, dotted with flat screen televisions showing various graphics and videos, and featuring the latest gadgets, including smartphones, wearables and even a robot, Huawei’s booth certainly promised potential. Massive banners separated the booth into areas &ndash…

 Unveiling its vision at Mobile World Congress 2015, Huawei declared five fundamental characteristics to the ultimate user experience – Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social. While no one will argue that the concept is as ideal as it is ambitious, is there any substance to it?    Divided in half by a reflective black walkway, dotted with flat screen televisions showing various graphics and videos, and featuring the latest gadgets, including smartphones, wearables and even a robot, Huawei’s booth certainly promised potential. Massive banners separated the booth into areas &ndash…

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