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  • This blog explores the options that network providers have when it comes to telecommunication network support services, why and how services differ and how you as an operator can improve your customer loyalty by keeping your network fully maintained and o...  more
  • Increasing pressure from consumers is having an effect on operators and network providers in a number of ways; this blog details those pressures and what can be done to alleviate them.
  • Switching is the method that is used to establish connections between nodes within a network. Once a connection has been made, information can be sent. Telephone switching usually refers to the switching of voice channels.
  • What is it that has set the Nokia Dynanet product family apart from other legacy systems and what make it so popular?
  • This article looks at the evolution of fiber optics, from their initial conception to today’s uses.
  • As activity continues to increase in the advance of 5G infrastructure and services around the world, countries are beginning to eagerly reveal their proposed technical specifications and plans to deploy their services over the next few years. As they do, ...  more
  • One of the most exciting and highly anticipated industries expected to benefit from 5G services is the energy and utility sector.
  • Gigabit LTE will ensure a smooth transition from 4G to 5G by providing wide-area coverage, seamless mobility and a more consistent user experience. But how is it possible that in such a short space of time, these mobile speeds are even conceivable?
    • Posted by carritech
    • 20 December 2017
    As 2017 comes to a close, we have taken a look at some of the exciting things that we can expect to develop within the telecoms industry next year.
    • Posted by carritech
    • 6 October 2017
    The demand for network capacity is increasing every day as consumers request more data, improved mobile accessibility and better performance. This is putting a great strain on mobile operators, as much of the existing infrastructure struggles to keep up w...  more