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Reader Forum: 3 levels of big data success for the telecom market

Big data is a gold mine for telecom operators if they can put the pieces in place to take advantage of the opportunity. Without a doubt the rise of big data within the telecommunications industry has allowed companies to redefine strategies and...

Former AT&T exec turns up at big data analytics firm

Mohan Gyani, who served as president at AT&T Wireless Services, joins board at Argyle Data, which focuses on Hadoop-powered big data analytics solutions Another former wireless carrier executive has popped up in a new location, as former AT&T executive Mohan Gyani has joined the board...

Reader Forum: Optimizing coverage in the age of big data

Pitney Bowes argues coverage estimates will not cut it in the telecom big data age Smartphone ownership is near saturation levels for many consumer segments, yet demand for mobile connectivity is on the rise. The “Internet of Things,” wearables, smart cities and mobile payments represent...

The Telecom Council’s 2016 Innovation Showcase

Eagerly anticipated in the communications ecosystem is The Telecom Council's annual Innovation Showcase. This year, on March 18 in the Juniper Aspiration Dome, 20 early-stage communication start-ups, selected by telco judges for their innovation, momentum, viability and management will meet with strategic fitting telcos, vendors, investors and potential...

Dive into Apache Hadoop open source technology

On this week’s NFV/SDN Reality Check, we look at some top news items from across the space as well as speak with Cloudera on CSPs adopting Apache Hadoop open source technology On today’s show we have an interview with Vijay Raja, solutions marketing manager at...

2016 Predictions: Mobile operators to benefit from Hadoop

Hadoop to impact how mobile operators tackle big data Editor’s Note: With 2016 now upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from leading industry analysts and executives on what they expect to see in the new year. Last January we predicted 2015 would be...

Cloud and appliances set to boost big data adoption, Hadoop in 2016

Ovum report predicts cloud and appliances to drive ‘next wave’ of big data, Hadoop adoption A new report from Ovum predicts cloud and appliances are set to boost the “next wave” of big data adoption and target “more of the enterprise mainstream that will have...

Reader Forum: Key big data use cases for telcos

With the rampant adoption of smartphones and growth in mobile Internet, communications service providers have access to unprecedented amounts of data, including customer profiles, device data, network data, customer usage patterns, location data, apps downloaded, clickstream data and so forth. CSPs are sitting on...

Dell survey yields surprising results for big data

There is a great deal of speculation about how companies can best capitalize on the increasing abundance of collected data. Newer technologies like Hadoop get all the attention when it comes to the future of data management, but no one knows for sure just how...

AT&T open source XACML 3.0 code moved to Apache Incubator status

AT&T looks to gain full Apache Project status for automated policy code AT&T continues to push its software focus, announcing this week that it has released software into an Apache Incubator designed to allow network and IT system managers to install policies that automate access...

Splice Machine takes on big boys of big data with Hadoop RDBMS

With the number of devices growing by the day, never before have companies been able to connect with consumers in so many different ways. But so far, it has been difficult for them to keep up with all the data being collected. Not even the...

Xplenty CTO: Hadoop competition heating up in 2015

Hadoop is one of the biggest names in big data analytics. It’s no secret that numerous companies have made a name for themselves using the open-sourced software framework. One of the biggest advantages for Hadoop has been its ability to integrate with other software. It...

Hadoop 2015: Going beyond analytics

Hadoop is expected to continue to grow in 2015, with more companies building smart applications that use the data-sifting, open-source software platform. In a report, Forrester predicts Hadoop will become bigger and more versatile as more companies adopt it as a cornerstone of their business...

Will 2015 be the year Hadoop goes mainstream?

After filing for an initial public offering last month, Hadoop provider HortonWorks is ending 2014 with a bang: The company's stock had an enthusiastic reception on Wall Street and by the end of the first day had a valuation of more than $1 billion. After...

Reader Forum: How to use big data and Hadoop to drive telecom product development

Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible, but we maintain some editorial control...

Reader Forum: Better risk management through big data, Hadoop

Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible, but we maintain some editorial control...

Reader Forum: Using big data Hadoop to reduce customer churn

Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible, but we maintain some editorial control...

Hadoop provider Hortonworks files for IPO

Hortonworks, one of the major providers and supporters of the in-memory database software platform Hadoop, has filed for an initial public offering. The company has not set an initial price as of yet, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and first...

Reader Forum: Extracting value from big data with Hadoop

Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible, but we maintain some editorial control...

Big Data & Analytics: Big data jobs top 500,000

Editor's Note: The ecosystem of big data and analytics, and its intersection with mobile networks and cloud computing has increasing relevance to wireless in areas that include service assurance, customer experience management, mobile marketing, location-based services and more. Here is a look at the week's news...

Hadoop set for ‘as-a-service’ boost worth billions

The awkwardly named Hadoop market is set to receive the “as-a-service” boost that is sweeping the wireless telecom space, and it could potentially reap significant rewards. A new report from Allied Market Research predicts the Hadoop-as-a-service market could reach $16.1 billion in sales globally by...

CVidya on revenue analytics

Amit Daniel, EVP of marketing & business development for CVidya, spoke with RCR Wireless News about its revenue analytics solution that is now employed by 150 operators worldwide. The company is expanding its capabilities in analytics beyond fraud and revenue assurance to include marketing analytics....

Verizon, cVidya, Allot and Procera announce software advancements

Software news: Verizon, cVidya, Allot and Procera announce advancements. 

What mobile companies are using Hadoop?

Telcos like China Mobile are exploring the benefits of Hadoop.

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