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In this post, we will be discussing the challenges of Big Data in the Telecommunications Industry, including Volume, Variety, Complexity, and Velocity. Volume: With the rise of 5G mobile networks, operational data generated from each call or session is increasing dramatically. The addition of GPS, location-based services, and social media is adding to this deluge

Unless it is completely newly incorporated telco, it hardly without been handicap in somewhere by the past infrastructure they invested, and further complicated with various network monitoring system (NMS) and element monitoring system (EMS) typically deployed with the new project along the years. The result is a mix of generation of network and element monitoring

Advantages and Challenges of Deep Learning

Every technology and system solution is invented with the reason behind, in particular for new emerging technologies to improve or replace previous generations. Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI) being the physical and digital infrastructure of telecommunications carriers. This post continue to expand on our coverage of Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI), and focus on advantages of Carrier Network

What is Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI)? Carrier Network Infrastructure, also known as CNI, is capable of sending data to a location through physical infrastructure. According to Gartner glossary, CNi is defined as the combination of multiple basic functions such as: Voice switching, control and applications Voice switching, control, and applications (VSCA) is a type of

Big Data Challenges for Telecommunications Provider

Background Information The Client is a national telecommunications company founded in 1984 within the Asia Pacific region. Beginning as the national telecommunications company for fixed line, radio and television broadcasting services, it has evolved to become the country’s largest provider of broadband services, data, fixed-line, mobile, pay television and network services. The Client represents one of

Background Information The Client is a national telecommunications company founded in 1984 within the Asia Pacific region. Beginning as the national telecommunications company for fixed line, radio and television broadcasting services, it has evolved to become the country’s largest provider of broadband services, data, fixed-line, mobile, pay television and network services. The Client represents one

Industry Telecommunications

6G Networks, we refer to telecommunication, 6G (sixth-generation wireless), which is the successor to 5G cellular technology. While most of the countries are still in the process of rolling out 5G Networks right now or busy to do so for the next few years on the road, 6G Networks is ready  for pickup from 2030,

Industry Telecommunications

US-China Trade War Continues after Huawei case, with US revoked US license of China Telecom, so China Telecom must stop providing services in America within 60 days. The “national security” concerns, as cited by the US to prevent the Chinese government to access, store, disrupt, and/or misroute US communications. China Telecom has already provided telecoms

The market right now is Rise concern for Chinese phones censorship and transferring usage data, as more and more countries is report for the built in censorship tool, despite the manufacturer keep told market their phones does not censor communications. As more phones began to have software that could detect and censor terms that are

The next normal in telecom 2021 and beyond is something telcom player need to consider. Let get real, The COVID-10 crisis forced businesses in every industry to adapt at the speed of light quickly in the present (from reorg, downsizing, rightsizing, sell non-core business, focus on the new core business) and to plan completely different

Industry Telecommunications

Telcos challenge from merge to surge, as telcos industry is going through a transformational phases of merge or consolidate resources with the 5G network trends and digital transformation, where most of the mobile calls average per user continue to fall in the historically new records, and the bright future for the 5G network bring in

Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

At the movie world we saw Avengers: Infinity War part 1 on movie screens. At the telecommunications industry we saw the infinity war is begin as well with T-Mobile and Sprint are merging to invest in 5G Mobile Network and market under T-Mobile name. This USD 26 billion deal will impact everyone, start from the

The Future of Mobile Device Forensics

Most would agree that the golden age of mobile forensics is over. There is no longer an easy way to get through the passcode in new iOS devices running the latest version of iOS. Chip-off acquisition is dead for iOS devices due to full-disk encryption, while physical acquisition of Apple hardware is dead since the

Definition of mobile device forensics

Mobile device forensics is a branch of digital forensics relating to recovery of digital evidence or data from a mobile device under forensically sound conditions. The phrase mobile device usually refers to mobile phones; however, it can also relate to any digital device that has both internal memory and communication ability, including PDA devices, GPS

Importance of Mobile Device Forensics

5G technology is the next step in the development of mobile communication. 5G will not only provide voice and data communication but also provide capabilities for new technologies such as Internet of Things. 5G is no longer confined to provide faster mobile services for voice and data communication but instead it will serve vertical industries,

Industry Telecommunications
In this post, we will be discussing the challenges of Big Data in the Telecommunications Industry, including Volume, Variety, Complexity, and Velocity. Volume: With the rise of 5G mobile networks, operational data generated from each call or session is increasing dramatically. The addition of GPS, location-based services, and social media is adding to this deluge
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Unless it is completely newly incorporated telco, it hardly without been handicap in somewhere by the past infrastructure they invested, and further complicated with various network monitoring system (NMS) and element monitoring system (EMS) typically deployed with the new project along the years. The result is a mix of generation of network and element monitoring
Advantages and Challenges of Deep Learning
Every technology and system solution is invented with the reason behind, in particular for new emerging technologies to improve or replace previous generations. Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI) being the physical and digital infrastructure of telecommunications carriers. This post continue to expand on our coverage of Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI), and focus on advantages of Carrier Network
What is Carrier Network Infrastructure (CNI)? Carrier Network Infrastructure, also known as CNI, is capable of sending data to a location through physical infrastructure. According to Gartner glossary, CNi is defined as the combination of multiple basic functions such as: Voice switching, control and applications Voice switching, control, and applications (VSCA) is a type of
Big Data Challenges for Telecommunications Provider
Background Information The Client is a national telecommunications company founded in 1984 within the Asia Pacific region. Beginning as the national telecommunications company for fixed line, radio and television broadcasting services, it has evolved to become the country’s largest provider of broadband services, data, fixed-line, mobile, pay television and network services. The Client represents one of
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Background Information The Client is a national telecommunications company founded in 1984 within the Asia Pacific region. Beginning as the national telecommunications company for fixed line, radio and television broadcasting services, it has evolved to become the country’s largest provider of broadband services, data, fixed-line, mobile, pay television and network services. The Client represents one
Industry Telecommunications

What is 6G Networks

6G Networks, we refer to telecommunication, 6G (sixth-generation wireless), which is the successor to 5G cellular technology. While most of the countries are still in the process of rolling out 5G Networks right now or busy to do so for the next few years on the road, 6G Networks is ready  for pickup from 2030,
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Industry Telecommunications
US-China Trade War Continues after Huawei case, with US revoked US license of China Telecom, so China Telecom must stop providing services in America within 60 days. The “national security” concerns, as cited by the US to prevent the Chinese government to access, store, disrupt, and/or misroute US communications. China Telecom has already provided telecoms
Tagged under: ,
The market right now is Rise concern for Chinese phones censorship and transferring usage data, as more and more countries is report for the built in censorship tool, despite the manufacturer keep told market their phones does not censor communications. As more phones began to have software that could detect and censor terms that are
Tagged under: ,
The next normal in telecom 2021 and beyond is something telcom player need to consider. Let get real, The COVID-10 crisis forced businesses in every industry to adapt at the speed of light quickly in the present (from reorg, downsizing, rightsizing, sell non-core business, focus on the new core business) and to plan completely different
Industry Telecommunications

Telcos challenge from merge to surge

Telcos challenge from merge to surge, as telcos industry is going through a transformational phases of merge or consolidate resources with the 5G network trends and digital transformation, where most of the mobile calls average per user continue to fall in the historically new records, and the bright future for the 5G network bring in
Tagged under: , ,
Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

At the movie world we saw Avengers: Infinity War part 1 on movie screens. At the telecommunications industry we saw the infinity war is begin as well with T-Mobile and Sprint are merging to invest in 5G Mobile Network and market under T-Mobile name. This USD 26 billion deal will impact everyone, start from the
The Future of Mobile Device Forensics
Most would agree that the golden age of mobile forensics is over. There is no longer an easy way to get through the passcode in new iOS devices running the latest version of iOS. Chip-off acquisition is dead for iOS devices due to full-disk encryption, while physical acquisition of Apple hardware is dead since the
Tagged under:
Definition of mobile device forensics
Mobile device forensics is a branch of digital forensics relating to recovery of digital evidence or data from a mobile device under forensically sound conditions. The phrase mobile device usually refers to mobile phones; however, it can also relate to any digital device that has both internal memory and communication ability, including PDA devices, GPS
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Importance of Mobile Device Forensics
5G technology is the next step in the development of mobile communication. 5G will not only provide voice and data communication but also provide capabilities for new technologies such as Internet of Things. 5G is no longer confined to provide faster mobile services for voice and data communication but instead it will serve vertical industries,
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