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UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF TELCOS IN IN-HOME CONNECTIVTY: NEW REPORT

LONDON, July 31 2019 – Broadband World Forum have recently announced the release of their new report.

Connectivity has become an essential utility for day to day life. Indeed, high speed internet is not longer ‘nice to have’ but rather a key essential for residential customers who want a seamless, secure home network that can support their numerous activities. From video streaming to running multiple devices without interruption, the days of dial-up are long gone, and the market now urgently requires networks that are not only fast, but that can support 5G, IoT devices, media streaming and more.

As a result, telcos and solution providers are having to rise to the challenge of meeting these new demands. From Mesh networking solutions, network functions virtualization (NFV), fibre-strength broadband, artificial intelligence (AI), and network automation, there is no shortage of potential technologies for businesses to venture into. But, the question remains as to where they should be focusing their attention.

To help answer this question, Broadband World Forum have released their latest report; The Technology of Broadband: In-Home Technologies. Delving into the major technologies that telcos need to consider in future broadband business models for residential customers, how they are currently being deployed, and which technologies are essential for future competitiveness and revenue options, it provides a comprehensive and up-to-date view on the status of the in-home market for the telco industry today.  

Simply click here to download the report for free: http://bit.ly/2OuTqny

This report also compliments Broadband World Forum’s (October 15-17th, 2019, Amsterdam) industry-leading content agenda; with a full track dedicated to the Connected Life, and speakers from the likes of MTM, ZEE5 Global, Ovum, F-Secure, BT, Vodafone and NOS taking to the stage to discuss the role of the telecommunications industry in our new, connected society. Get your FREE visitor pass to Broadband World Forum to be in the audience: http://bit.ly/2GDEgGa

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