Analytics and Big Data, Flexible Solutions for Evolving Telcos

Tom Callway

Tom Callway

on 9 December 2015

Tags: Telco

This eBook describes what analytics processes telcos should be implementing to most benefit from the tremendous amounts of data available to them.

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Download this eBook to answer the following questions:

  • How big data and analytics can mitigate many of the challenges faced by modern telecoms providers?
  • How a data-first approach by telcos to boost revenue and dramatically reduce time to identify new markets and solutions?
  • How Ubuntu and its ecosystem of big data partners can help address telco-specific use cases for storing, managing and analysing big data?

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