• Analyzing the demand for cloud connectivity: WFH spurs SD-WAN sector

    Analyzing the demand for cloud connectivity: WFH spurs SD-WAN sector

    Talking about two majors sectors of cloud connectivity services, we can notice a drastic difference in their dynamics, since the SD-WAN (Software-defined Wide-area networking)  sector is facing a light decrease (which is usually explained by experts as a consequence of coronavirus-related issues), while the second tool seems to be reaching its peak. Judging by the […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 28.10.2020
  • Telecom mediation: a dark horse of 5G transformation or nothing really exceptional

    Telecom mediation: a dark horse of 5G transformation or nothing really exceptional

    Probably being in a list of the most lasting technologies in the sphere of telecom services, telecom mediation has encountered and co-existed with a wide range of different solutions and concepts: online and offline, mobile and fixed networks, voice communication and numerous text messages and an enormous number of records. Now mediation is about to […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 20.10.2020
  • New private networking opportunity for mobile virtual network operators (MVNO)

    New private networking opportunity for mobile virtual network operators (MVNO)

    Private networks are going big nowadays but still a very limited number of people can address the gap in understanding how it works and which players could extract value from this growing phenomenon. In order to explain the base mechanisms and describe how new opportunities for MVNOs are created, Fawad Dar, who is responsible for […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 12.10.2020
  • Spectrum sharing technology options: dynamic vs static

    Spectrum sharing technology options: dynamic vs static

    Since telecom giants are extremely concerned with the issues related to a wider 5G networks deployment, dynamic spectrum sharing (or DSS shortly) technology is mainly seen as a tool with a potential to enable this process quickly within short terms. Another option, an expensive and time-consuming consequent spectrum reframing from the previous generation to the […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 8.10.2020
  • New research on web traffic usage shows almost 20% increase weekly compared to the period before self-isolation

    New research on web traffic usage shows almost 20% increase weekly compared to the period before self-isolation

    Authors of the research tested a hypothesis whether COVID-19’s impact on broadband networks is statistically significant. The argumentation seemed to be coherent from the very beginning: home-bound students and office clerks use a way more traffic to reach the data stored in the remoted storage or in cloud-based solutions. But none of the authors ever […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 5.10.2020
  • 6G: how soon is the next revolution?

    6G: how soon is the next revolution?

    Even before the end of complete 5G deployment major companies and government authorities started conducting research on the potential 6G emergence as a dominant power within the period of 10 years. How is it possible? The process of deployment and development of the newest technology, as we have already mentioned before, is not only about […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 1.10.2020
  • How to define a way operators should treat SLA in the 5G development canvas?

    How to define a way operators should treat SLA in the 5G development canvas?

    As we have already discussed earlier, new generation networks are expected to fulfil enterprises’ expectations by customizing services to support the functions handling collecting giant volumes of data, using sensors, ultra-low latency for precision robotics and high reliability of signal. Business requirements also cover compatibility with more and more formats: from simple video conferencing, which […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 28.09.2020
  • Can the best practice be one of sharing your tool globally for worldwide networks to hold strong?

    Can the best practice be one of sharing your tool globally for worldwide networks to hold strong?

    ITU, which is also known as International Telecommunication Union, has created a new technic for educating authorities and regulation bodies on improvement technics for network resilience and maintenance of efficiency level throughout this difficult period. The tool is designed as a platform for sharing most effective practices by all the interactors who are willing to […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 24.09.2020
  • New hurdles on the way of 5G development: a shift in the workforce is required to boost transformation which is now lag behind the network.

    New hurdles on the way of 5G development: a shift in the workforce is required to boost transformation which is now lag behind the network.

    Our collective future is promised to be drastically changed by a connectivity fabric 5G is stated to perform as. Benefits are expected by both individual customers (who look forward to a higher capability of the new generation networks) and companies (which will hopefully achieve new productivity due to deeper AI and IOT integration enabling qualitative […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 21.09.2020
  • WINGS are given to operators now. Sounds perfect? What does this promising abbreviation stand for?

    WINGS are given to operators now. Sounds perfect? What does this promising abbreviation stand for?

    To make everything as clear as possible, WING stands for Worldwide IoT (Internet of Things) Network Grid – a new step toward integrating separated “smart” pieces in the fragmented market of household intelligence into a united and well-designed solution system beneficial for both customers and IoT players. Operators are extremely happy since infrastructure is provided […]

    MAPPLCOM published on 14.09.2020