Telecommunication service providers have evolved over the decades, but fundamentally they are still operating the original business model: Build infrastructure and sell services over it.
There are many industries that have been disrupted by new entrants, taking adavntages of digital transformation: Uber has dirsupted the taxi, AirBnB disrupts the hospitality market, Kodak was disrupted by digital photography...
Will you be the Service Provider disrupting the telco space, or will you be the Service Provider disrupted by others?
Anybody that follows the industry developments around SDN and NFV for service providers knows that the most attractive benefit of the technologies is that service providers will be able to launch new services with much more end user customisation. A Service Creation Workshop from Juniper Networks can help you quickly decide upon the services which are ready to deploy today, and understand the accompanying business case.
Last week I visited our new team of JMC EMEA marketing specialists in Bucharest. There is no doubt in my mind that the team will enable Juniper Partners to deliver excellence in Partner Marketing Execution:
Hear how our new team of marketing specialists can help Juniper Partners generate more leads and pipeline.
See which of our JMC campaign assets are delivering results for Juniper Partners.
Discover the full portfolio of marketing tools Juniper Partners can access via our new and enhanced JMC program.
The notion of a tipping point, introduced by Malcolm Gladwell, describes the moment or the point in time at which things change dramatically. In mobility, the advent of 5G represents such a tipping point.
The dramatic change that 5G brings will be in how value is created, and the opportunities presented to service providers. With the number of total Internet users expected to grow to 7.6 billion, and an estimated 11 billion mobile devices connected to the Internet by 2020—mobile operators should anticipate unprecedented opportunity.