Since 2005, demand for broadband services in India has grown dramatically. Radius Infratel, India’s leading fixed broadband infrastructure provider, is currently aiming to connect 600,000 homes with Fiber to the Home (FTTH) over the next three years. This will enable users to access a whole host of high bandwidth applications from different telecom companies.
How an audit assessment offers insight into the capacity and stability of network performance.
According to Yankee Group, Sprint’s groundbreaking Network Advantage initiative should be a model for other communication service providers (CSPs) and proves that the focus of managed services is shifting from pure cost savings to more strategic, long-term benefits.
One of the greatest benefits of connectivity is that it doesn’t discriminate. In the past, generational changes could almost be defined by who used different technologies. It separated teenagers from parents, and parents from grandparents. Connectivity is different. It benefits senior members of society as much as digital natives, as the cases of two Irish pensioners prove.
In a world first, the European Broadcasting Union joins forces with Ericsson to deliver an enhanced Eurovision experience on the mobile channel.
Anyone doubting the impact that machine-to-machine (M2M) technology can have on business should look at what it has done for global hygiene and paper company SCA. The largest private forest owner in Sweden uses an Ericsson CDMA 450MHz network, from niche operator Net 1, to optimize efficiency across its forest-based operations – with direct business benefits.
The environmental benefits of machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity are an attractive proposition for industry and business. Global hygiene and paper company SCA utilizes CDMA 450MHz coverage across its forest-based operations to meet sustainability and environmental targets, setting an excellent example.
With the explosive growth of mobile broadband and machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, you’d be forgiven for thinking the technology has yet to reach areas where even mobile voice communication is extremely difficult. But you’d be wrong. Deep in the heart of the densest Swedish forests, CDMA 450MHz technology is transforming the business of SCA – the country’s largest private forestry owner, hygiene and paper company – through M2M connectivity.
What does video telephony mean to you? Is it a service that you use on an occasional basis – maybe on a birthday or an anniversary? Or is it something you use on a daily basis to make life easier? An impressive new trial in India suggests that, in developing markets, the main benefit of video telephony could be to strengthen the bonds between family members separated by long distances. Just ask migrant worker Sukho Sao.