Jan 12, 2015
I was with my 5-year-old twins at an indoor playground recently. With one exception, every single parent was staring down at their phone, rather than watching the kids.
I was the one exception … and that's only because I was watching the parents watching their phones.
Mobile connectivity has moved from luxury to necessity to addiction within half a generation. Consumer expectations – for service quality, availability and cost – have undergone a similarly swift advance. Consumers now demand ever more powerful unplugged connections/devices so they can remain plugged into work/home/entertainment. This has major impacts for how Communications and Media Providers manage their systems and run their businesses.
Worldwide, the amount of traffic on our electronic networks is exploding – and that's before the Internet of Things fully comes online. For the established telecom players, this growth is quickly surpassing the capacities of their networks and the capabilities of their back office systems as they are designed today.
Meanwhile, revenues have flattened, while the competition keeps getting fiercer, with new entrants from the fast-paced Internet world. Providers are locked in a serious struggle to one-up (or match) each other with new products, better features and even new lines of business at a faster pace than ever before.
We're in a period of rapid change in the telecom world. In 2015, Excelacom sees 15 trends being driven by Consumers, Communications and Media Providers and Market Direction:
See our presentation on 15 Trends in 2015 for details.
Our philosophy at Excelacom is built around 4 core beliefs:
The challenges of 2015 can truly become opportunities when merging the technology capabilities with the business needs.
For more detailed information about the ways Excelacom can help Communications and Media Providers address – and conquer – these challenges and unleash the opportunities, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yossi Abraham was the former Chief Marketing Officer at Excelacom. As Chief Marketing Officer, he was responsible for the global strategy, planning and execution of all aspects of Excelacom’s marketing efforts and the Century product suite.More about Yossi
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