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The 5G Conundrum – So Much Data, But How Do You Analyze It All?

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Across industries, the exponential growth of data has been a hallmark of doing business in the 21st century. Organizations have had to find new ways of managing their massive and growing data stores, while translating their most valuable asset – their data – into actionable business insights. The arrival of 5G has further amplified the importance of data, especially in the world of telecommunications, where mobile operators face fierce competition to stand out.

The advent of 5G has also meant that as devices have proliferated, telecoms are finding themselves in an increasingly challenging position, as 5G serves as yet another catalyst for extreme data growth in enterprises. At the same time, these organizations are having to handle a growing variety of use case scenarios, each with its own diverse requirements, all while facing technological hurdles to successfully accessing and analyzing their troves of data. 

Smart mobile operators realize the need to capitalize on the opportunities brought by 5G wireless technologies, while creating new business models, optimizing network quality of service, and introducing new and personalized products and services to their subscribers. The rapid growth of data, if properly managed, is the key to increasing competitive advantage and revenues.  
One recent study estimates that 5G technologies will be the driving force behind $13.1-trillion in goods and services by 2035. By enabling critical communications, largescale IoT, and faster, better broadband, 5G is the game-changer to which everyone will need to adapt in order to propel business.

With all the celebration of the great potential 5G brings with it, there is one great barrier to making this potential a reality: according to recent industry estimates, only a fraction of an organization’s data ends up being accessed and analyzed. This means that telecoms are losing out on potentially game-changing business insights. This can be due to a number of reasons – from lack of budget, to legacy-warehouse-locked data stores, to extremely long-running queries that cannot be executed.  So, what can mobile operators do to change this? How can telecoms utilize their exploding 5G data to gain the competitive edge?

Download the newly released whitepaper, “How Telecoms Can Maximize Their Competitive Edge Using 5G Data” to learn what some leading mobile operators are doing to address their massive data challenges head-on. This whitepaper examines how the move from 4G to 5G has exacerbated growing data issues, while homing in on several real-life use cases from the field.
You can download the whitepaper here


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The trick is knowing what use cases we have for the data so that we know what we can discard.
Tom Foale @ 18/3/2021 - 16:29

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