In our industry there’s certainly no shortage of articles, predictions, or hypotheses for the next generation of networks. In fact, there’s so much talk, that 7G is already a moniker appearing in industry rags, and I’m sure a little more research would have revealed even more sequential "G" references.
Technology and the way we communicate through it are evolving, but it seems you’re just standing still. I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but as a consumer I can tell you that when we’re given more, we expect more.
The telecommunications industry has evolved drastically since the first mobile phone call was placed more than 45 years ago during an era where only the wealthiest of consumers owned a mobile phone.
To receive triple UP 1.0 accreditation, Interop’s Rich Communications Cloud passed more than 400 rigorous test cases with OEM device and client vendors in five countries, across three continents.
Mobile devices continue to rapidly increase in number and accessibility. Almost half a billion (429 million) mobile devices and connections were added in 2016 alone1. They’ve become ingrained into our lives, from helping us keep track of our contacts and updating our meeting and activity calendar, to snapping complex panoramic or burst photographs, to serving as the vehicle for a complex multimedia presentation streamed around the world.