Today’s service providers are confronted by radical changes to their business environment, and while they have been largely working to create leaner operations, the mechanics of doing business has changed in the past three years leading to transformations in the business model.
The world is moving into the age of ‘Wikinomics’ and this means that tomorrow’s world is all about collaborative working enabled by digital transformation, and not the siloed type of business environment of the past.
Hence, communication service providers need to open up their platforms to enable mass collaboration. That platform could be a product (e.g. voice), a software module (e.g. Google Maps), a transaction engine (e.g. Amazon), a data set (e.g. Customer Profile), or countless other things.
The convergence of IT and networks is opening doors in all services strategies of operators – whether it is about complementing traditional telecommunication services with cloud service wraps, or influencing service execution by decoupling network intelligence and placing it within the control of business policies.
The emergence of OTT providers shows us that services development has shifted from traditional networks to devices and applications. Clearly, IT is becoming the way that even traditional services will be modelled and operationalized, and Users are evolving from mere consumers to active participants.
‘Born Digital’ telecom organizations are not restricted by legacy technology, business process and thinking, and are disrupting traditional business models through innovations in customer experience and engagement, service management and delivery, and product structures; whereas, traditional Telecommunication Services Providers – given the complexity of their estates – are finding it difficult to make the tectonic shift because not all of them are invested across the maturity curve to improve their connectedness with the business ecosystem.
For service providers to succeed in the future, they will have to participate in every transaction that involves communication and collaboration. That is only possible if their assets are broken down as a service and made available for third parties to consume. The future revenue model is a two-sided one – from innovators consuming Operator assets (as services) to produce mashups and services, and from consumers using those mashups and services.
Networking players, telecom operators and communications providers perhaps utilize the most complete array of engineering solutions in one of the most dynamic marketplaces. MAGATH is working with high-tech clients to create outcomes that matter by addressing challenges in three key areas-business transformation, innovation and efficient operations. In our constant endeavor to future-proof your business from market and technological risks, we are continuously pushing the boundaries to provide enhanced value to your business.
MAGATH offers services across the spectrum from consulting to business process outsourcing in the telecom domain. Drawing upon its rich experience of implementing complex projects, MAGATH enables its clients to lower total cost of ownership, reduce time to market, lower cost and provide superior service quality.
wireless capability includes product development, conformance and certification, testing, and embedded services across various technology domains.
Key highlights of MAGATH’s wireless services are as follows:
- Mobile, access and core network protocol development
- Multi-mode UE stack development/integration/optimization including LTE
- IP base Station and interceptor product design & development
- WiMAX MAC layer development
- WiMAX AAA server, ASN gateway development
- LTE L2/L3, EPC & conformance solution engineering
- LTE EMS solution development
- 2G & 3G conformance & IOT capabilities
- Availability of wireless infrastructure test lab & equipment
- Snapshot of MAGATH’s wireless capabilities