Operating multiple access networks as separate lines of business simplifies operations, but leads to operational inefficiencies and waste.
Chapter vendor days offer great two way opportunities for vendors and broadband operators to meet and collaborate in addressing industry challenges. DTS will be participating in the Green Mountain, Light House and New England Chapter vendor days in June.
Unless you know how to use analytics as a tool to solve a business problem, you will be wasting your time and creating not so useful results.
An access network planning process typically ignores planning of greenfield deployments. This leaves a significant gap in long-term strategic planning.
Access network transformation, which is 90% of your yearly capital investment, is not an optimization problem but a series of what-if analysis.
Quite often managing the interactions between design, permitting, and construction resources is overlooked. This is critical for major upgrades.
Data privacy is critical to manage. Like FB, which lost $60B in two days, if not handled properly, it can cause huge problems for customers and operators.
For a technical ops manager, hub supervisor, or a seasoned line technician, a call during non-working hours is rarely a good news. Get your records straight.
Access plays a significant role in Telecom strategy (~90% of CapEx). What are the dos and don’ts in planning your Access Transformation?
About 90% of most telecom operator’s yearly CapEx budget goes into managing the Access network. You better pay close attention to it.