Network gear vendors race to rake in service revenues

Wireless carriers around the world have moved beyond adding subscribers and then upselling them to smartphones and other devices with data plans. Now, they are concerned with delivering a high-quality and differentiated experience on their data-intensive networks. That need has wireless infrastructure providers at a crossroads, as they face slowing demand for their hardware but growing pleas for a complex list of services that includes managed operations, service optimization and assurance, network optimization and assurance, service delivery frameworks, customer experience management, training and education and more. FierceBroadbandWireless takes an in-depth look at how network infrastructure providers are working to fulfill those needs and rake in service revenues. Check out this special report for more.

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