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Telecom Industry current technology

October 07, 2014
High growth has been rapidly occurring in the telecom industry over the last two decades as constant technological transformation and information waves drive that development. The telecom industry is constantly adapting in preparation for the coming age of telecom saturation by the development of new subscriber groups that can surpass even the population increase. Through telecom company leaders, like Adriano Carmelo Cerrelli Chief Engineering Analyst from SRTS Telecom, says; the industry as a whole is continuing to realize high growth worldwide.
 
In spite of previous signs of possible financial distress among telecom leaders like Qwest Communications International Inc., WorldCom Inc., and Sprint Corp., which seemed to be everywhere; the telecom industry has still appeared to be thriving. Even when prices in the wireless industry plummeted, as new user numbers slowed somewhat, telecom revenues across the board still continued to grow.
 
In this day and age, consumers have developed a serious addiction to speed and connectivity. The telecom industry has been feeling the pressure of having to increase the quality and availability of affordable broadband connectivity as mobile ecosystems expand and applications like video and gaming increase the demand. Carriers are feeling the need for continuing their pursuit of technological advancements developed for handling those needs, like long-term spectrum availability and efficiency, backhaul improvements, and small cells to keep up with continuous mobile broadband momentum.
 
The all-encompassing concept embraced by the telecom industry of a totally connected world is setting the stage for M2M growth. Connecting just about everything at the business and consumer levels offers a vast opportunity to the entire industry. Carrier aggregation is just the starting point for the LTE-advanced features rollout, and advanced services like voice-over LTE are becoming more essential. Other services, like VoLTE, are emerging and include web real-time communications, network functions virtualization (NFV), Wireline, new SDN techniques, G.Fast technologies, VDSL2 and the growing inter-working between wireline and wireless infrastructures, just to name a few. In the opinion of Adriano Carmelo Cerrelli of SRTS Telecom is that they could all become the norm in the telecom industry of the future.
 
2014 will long be known as the year when the traffic on 2G and 3G networks began rapidly declining as the telecom industry focuses on LTE. Legacy systems subscribers diminish as fast as LTE subscribers increase. Life is becoming more and more connected every day as better voice quality and higher volume capacity emerge. As the telecom industry becomes more advanced, everyone has major telecom improvements to be looking forward to.