The objectives of this course are to provide a distinctly different and independent view on the status of next generation business and operational support systems (NGBOSS), with extensive case studies and frank reviews of the realities behind vendor and industry forum hype. Helping guide operators on immediate simple practical steps as well as setting out a strategy based on helping operators correct the underperformance of Telco IT.
The GSMA Mobile World Congress is the place for mobile leaders to network, and conduct business. The event hosts approximately 50,000 mobile professionals, over 54% of these C-Level, from over 190 countries. As a serious player in the mobile ecosystem you can’t afford to miss the 2011 GSMA Mobile World Congress.
Mobile Backhaul at International CTIA Wireless 2011
March 22 - 24, 2011
Backhaul is the glue that binds local access points to carrier networks. The all new Mobile Backhaul Pavilion at the CTIA Wireless 2011 show will bring together wireless and wireline technologies at North America’s largest telecom show in a way that has never been done before! Expect to see the latest technologies exhibited - from next-gen, IP/Ethernet wireline to microwave backhaul solutions.
Boston-based Cloud Technology Partners announced its launch this morning. The cloud-focused systems integrator, started by Cambridge Technology partners founder Chris Greendale, has been active since last spring. In an interview last week, Greendale told Mass High Tech his company expects to have 40 people on staff by the end of February. Five of the company’s first 11 hires are Cambridge Technology Partners veterans, including Erik Sebesta, the company’s chief architect and technology officer.
Tekelec Inc. released version 7.0 of their popular "Performance Intelligence Center" this quarter, adding new ways to synthesize, translate, and use network data for business purposes. This iteration was in development for approximately ten months.
As someone who's been in and around the telecom industry for a long time, you can appreciate the kinds of changes I’ve seen over the years. At its basic level, we've gone from a world of monopoly fixed line service providers, to a de-regulated one where CLECs temporarily roamed, to the fragmented mobile-centric/Internet-centric business of today, where players like Amazon and Google and innovative device companies like Apple and RIM lead the way.
Level 3 Communications, Inc. and Global Crossing Limited Monday announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Level 3 will acquire Global Crossing in a tax-free, stock-for-stock transaction. The combined company will operate a global services platform anchored by fiber optic networks on three continents, connected by extensive undersea facilities. The combined network will serve a worldwide customer set with owned network in more than 50 countries and connections to more than 70 countries.