Telco provider

The resilience of telecommunications networks in the emergency period due to the coronavirus was a decisive element in giving continuity to many work and teaching activities.

The strategies that have been outlined for the recovery also hinge on the role of telecommunications technologies and infrastructures and on the use of the Internet, in a scenario characterized by the growing number of devices connected to the network (smartphones, tablets, etc.), and new Internet of Things (IoT) services, from the diffusion of high definition video applications and from the widening of the variety of services provided in the Cloud and from Over-The-Top (OTT) players.

The challenges that industry operators must therefore face concern both the volume and the quality of services: the exponential growth of data traffic is matched by the need to diversify the processing of different kinds of traffic based on carrier applications.Operators must design networks based on the new Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and network programmability paradigms to develop infrastructures that can handle new, increasingly popular digital services.

Italtel’s extensive experience in these markets and the investment strategy adopted for these emerging technologies has enabled the creation of solutions consisting of proprietary products, professional services and best-of-breed technology.
With Italtel, operators can find a serious and reliable partner who can easily introduce new technological standards, allowing them to expand their services, effectively respond to changes in the competitive panorama, and monitor and reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

Italtel supports Service Providers with:

  • the evolution of local and mobile network infrastructures towards the "All-IP" model and the proper decommissioning of existing networks (a process that began more than 10 years ago with the migration of NGN networks to IMS networks)
  • the enhancement of the ultra-broadband carrier and access network
  • IP-IP interconnection between operators' networks
  • Content Delivery Networks (CDN) development for a better use of multimedia content
  • Cloud Computing services through NFV and Software Defined Networks (SDN) paradigms
  • the design and implementation of Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) services
  • the integration of network elements into OSS/BSS management systems, paying particular attention to Quality of Experience (QoE) control

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