Aricent recently hosted a webinar titled Leveraging 3G/4G WiFi offloading to reduce congestion and increase ROI.The webinar provided exhaustive insights into how Network Equipment Manufacturers can develop highly effective WiFi offloading solution that can help reduce CAPEX and OPEX requirements. They also discussed architectures and functionalities of the various WiFi offloading solutions for technologies such as 3G, LTE, WiMAX and CDMA. Given the huge number of questions asked we were not able to answer every one of them live, so we've addressed others that we didn't get to below.
The data explosion is all around us and technology is catapulting to match its pace. That broadband is the backbone on which this enormous demand is to be satiated, is old news. What is new and evermore exciting is that broadband technologies continue to grow better, faster, stronger, and that this evolution is creating ripples in every network around us such as the Carrier Ethernet access and core transport, enterprise and consumer WLANs, data centers, aggregation hubs etc.
RCR Wireless talked to Tom Lybarger, AVP Carrier Solutions and Services, about Aricent's approach to Customer Experience Management (CEM) at TM Forum's Management World in Dublin. Tom has also written a blog on how the worlds of M2M and CEM must converge to enhance customer satisfaction.
Aricent announced its TMMi Level 4 certification at TM Forum's Management World in Dublin; RCR Wireless interviewed Priya Bhatt, Director- Marketing, about it. The highlight is that Aricent is first company in the UK and second in the World to achieve this.
According to industry analysts, Ethernet services are steadily eroding revenues generated from traditional Frame Relay, ATM, and private line services. With cloud-based services revolutionizing user behavior and network resource utilization, Carrier Ethernet is suitably poised to become a strategic technology enabler.
Aricent recently concluded a webinar on “Unified Communications Federation: Why and How”. The webinar focused on the advantages of Unified Communication (UC) Federation, and delivered insights into Federation architecture which allows enterprises to collaborate between existing multi-vendor UC platforms with other enterprises. An interactive Q&A session allowed attendees to allay their specific fears about Federation requisites. Here are the answers to all the questions that we couldn't get to during the webinar.