Networks Should Accelerate Innovation, Not Create Bottlenecks

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… providers can address immediate bandwidth constraints and fully support the growth of services of the future. Its benefits can be further realized with on-demand connectivity designed to bring greater scalability and adaptability.

Software-defined networking (SDN) platforms and APIs remove legacy processes from networking. Using a single platform, networking services can be delivered in a fast and efficient manner while improving customer experience and service quality. The real value for service providers is having a comprehensive platform with a full suite of on-demand connectivity services without needing to invest in their own infrastructure.

Together, they create a simple yet powerful networking model that supports innovation and transformation.

Service providers are left to contemplate their options. They can choose either to remain static and focus on traditional networking models or work with partners to build a next-generation network that is hyperscalable and on-demand. The clearest benefit is that they can play a critical role in serving growing customer needs and capturing long-term revenue.

Chadwick Kinlay heads up the Epsilon Group’s marketing and communications out of its Singapore headquarters, bringing with him more than eight years of telecommunications industry experience. He helps develop Epsilon’s strategic marketing and communication plan with a focus on integrated global strategies for brand development. Prior to Epsilon, Kinlay held various marketing positions across a broad set of industries, including banking, hospitality and pharmaceuticals. He received his bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Follow him on LinkedIn.

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