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batye
batye
3/6/2016 2:33:08 AM
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interesting to know
interesting to know as this days everyone talking about 5G.

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Ariella
Ariella
3/7/2016 1:25:41 PM
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Re: interesting to know
His take on the possibilities for smaller companies is quite interesting.

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batye
batye
3/7/2016 1:38:02 PM
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Re: interesting to know
@Ariella yes, I could not agree more....

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/7/2016 9:14:47 PM
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Re: interesting to know
Not so sure that smaller companies have much of a shot... Even big companies like Google aren't really making THAT much of a dent in the market, and regulations are hard to navigate for any company without dedicated resources in the space.

 

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batye
batye
4/1/2016 7:40:57 AM
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Re: interesting to know
@mhhf1ve  sometimes it like a life at horse races - you never know... who gonna reach first the finish line...

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GatoGrande
GatoGrande
3/10/2016 2:33:24 PM
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Implications for transit networks
Im interested in hearing what people think the implications are for transit networks as we evlove towards 5G.  As more and more use cases come to life with open API's and software developers jumping in to take advantage of NFV, SDN and QOS capabilities, I would think there will  be more demand for transit networks to also support the capabilities being enabled?  I can envision AT&T, Verizon, Level 3 and Windstream to name a few, developing these Virtual CPE solutions (maybe they are already).  The slices that Svardh points to also will require bandwidth on demand to support the bringing up and tearing down of bandwidth to support low latency apps, as well as IoT related applications.  Thoughts?

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freehe
freehe
3/10/2016 5:57:26 PM
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Re: Implications for transit networks
This is very exciting. I am glad to hear that they are developing partnerships and realize that no one company can do everything. I am interested to see the collaboration with OTT vendors and the effect of FCC restrictions on the telco industry.

According to Ovum, a consultancy firm, telecoms are expected to lose $479 billion of revenue to VoIP OTT operators. And this excludes video and other OTT services.

Customers make the most use of OTT are the driving force for OTT advancements.

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batye
batye
4/1/2016 7:45:31 AM
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Re: Implications for transit networks
@freehe  I could not agree more as it does create a big change at the end....

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batye
batye
4/1/2016 7:43:38 AM
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Re: Implications for transit networks

@GatoGrande I would say everything related to the higher demand for the bandwidth as demand keep groung rapidly....



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