Speeding Communications, Anticipating the Changes
Telecommunications is one of the fastest growing sectors in the market today. As more people rely on communications and electronic communications not only for business, but also for personal use, the telecommunications infrastructure is under tremendous pressure to perform.
Just as POTS service was easily overrun by cellular phones, which quickly transformed into SMS/texting and Skype, the landscape is constantly evolving, consuming new technology quickly and moving forward at breakneck speed.
For telecommunications providers, NextIO can bring clear benefits that help them stay ahead of the curve:
- Rapid provisioning – As needs change and new servers need to be deployed, telecoms are constantly provisioning and reprovisioning. Being able to deploy a server quickly means being able to take advantage of the revenue opportunity in front of you; delays mean that revenue is gone forever. Being able to provision in seconds instead of minutes, hours or days means being able to capture revenue streams quickly and capitalizing on rapid growth.
- Speeding application performance – Our telecom customers have found that utilizing our high performance technology has allowed them to increase the performance of applications that were previously running on more expensive proprietary systems. Better performance and lower infrastructure costs combine for a strong one-two punch to the high fixed costs that most telecoms face.
- Standards-based – So much of the telecommunications backbone was built on proprietary systems for years, holding back companies and limiting their flexibility. NextIO leverages industry standards and mainstream technologies to help ensure that our products will not only easily fit into your environment but also allow you to expand without being held back by a proprietary architecture.
Our telecommunications customers have found that the vNET I/O Maestro helps them better manage and grow their IT infrastructure, giving them more flexibility and efficiency. For more information, please read the following case studies: