Wednesday, March 09, 2011
Report shares insight from IDC analyst Bill Rojas on how to cost-effectively expand capacity for network operators in Asian markets
San Jose, CA - March 9, 2011 - Dialogic Inc. (NASDAQ: DLGC) recently got together with IDC's Director of Telecom Research at IDC Asia/Pacific for a question and answer session about Mobile Backhaul. The resulting report addresses the key pain points and possible solutions for mobile network operators (MNOs) in the Asia-Pacific region.
"We wanted to focus on MNOs in the developed Asian markets because we see a struggle in this segment," said Eamonn Kearns, vice president of APAC sales at Dialogic. "Because the demand for mobile data capacity is exploding and operators are struggling to keep up, we wanted to drill down into where they are struggling and further explore solution options. Our goal is to provide a resource to operators and the industry as a whole."
To view the entire Q&A session in addition to a free mobile backhaul whitepaper, please visit http://www.dialogic.com/solutions/mobile-backhaul.htm.
- The level of smartphone penetration is surpassing 50% levels in leading developed mobile markets in Asia/Pacific.
- The cost of backhaul, including optics, can be as much as 20-25% of the total mobile network cost.
- 5 major ways to reduce bandwidth issues: increase radio access bandwidth; WiFi offload; dual-radio in the backhaul; traffic optimization and add capacity cells.
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