If the pandemic taught the Telecom industry anything, it’s that a digital transformation is a key to their future survival. With the sheer number of new digital services coming onto the market and the subsequent demand that it will place on the mobile network, 2022 will be a year of network transformation, service innovation, and security advancements.
Communications and connectivity have forever changed the world in which we live. When we look at the rural areas throughout the country, it is even more clear that the level of connectedness has become a necessity of a new paradigm where people can work, play, and live anywhere.
When a series of more than 200 tornadoes struck seven states in late April, an estimated 366 people died and thousands of homes and businesses were destroyed or damaged. The twisters swept rapidly across the southern and eastern United States, and residents had very little time to escape the destructive storms.
Multimedia Message Service (MMS) adoption has increased significantly and is quickly becoming a focal point for wireless operators. MMS usage will continue to grow, since it is an important tool in fulfilling widespread predictions of mobile marketing uptake.