mobile network operators (mnos) are expected to experience a period of extended revenue growth over the next several years. However, this new growth will be driven by the increased adoption of smartphones and other data hungry devices, which leads to an uncomfortable fact for mnos. Data traffic will grow much more quickly than revenue, yet current mobile networks are architected for low throughput data services, not the, high throughput data services that new devices require.
To help mnos handle and profit from the increasing amounts of data traffic on their network,Juniper networks® is releasing new products as part of its Project falcon. These new products reduce costs immediately, while facilitating a seamless transition to next-generation wireless networks and ensuring that mnos are not disintermediated or turned into “dumb pipe” providers. The first products delivered via Project falcon—Traffic Direct and media flow solution—illustrate the potential of Juniper’s initiative by providing significant and immediate cost reductions.
This paper summarizes the findings of a study conducted by Juniper networks which quantifies these significant cost savings. Independently validated by industry research firm, IDc, the study shows five year total cost of ownership (Tco) savings in excess of 70% for the affected parts of the mno network. network architects and strategic planners at mobile network operators will find this white paper essential reading, as it shows how they can benefit from the technologies delivered through Juniper’s mobility solutions.
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