Sam Harlan, Head of Engineering &
The number one demand by end users is a rapid increase in
broadband. People now have multiple devices
and are streaming more video with services likes Netflix and Hulu,
along with a strong push from gaming consoles such as XBox One and
Playstation 4. For service providers this has resulted in demand
not only for pure last mile bandwidth, but the additive factor
places stress on the upstream fiber capacity, electronic equipment
and connection to the cloud.
This demand on the edge is translated to the transport networks.
These networks need to be reviewed and updated for equipment,
software, patches, security and redundancy. The ability to
accommodate these rapid changes in a controlled plan can avoid
expensive forklift upgrades.
Likewise as more bandwidth is available there are also new
revenue streams to be developed that will be appropriate for the
demographic in your area. A provider can no longer
say that "my customers" do not want broadband. The message
may be that they have not been shown the value and
If you have never tasted honey, how do you describe it? Perhaps
your office needs to be a demo area of the capabilities and promote
the technology. The devices are easier to use and the results
can be life changing for your customers and your company can look
to the future with a brighter outlook.
CHR assists clients in planning for the networks of the future
whether it be the core, subtending rings, voice, data, video,
access or wireless networks. We design networks to scale to avoid
forklift upgrades and to match increased demand.
To learn more about our proven Plan, Design, Build & Manage
model contact Sam Harlan at email@example.com or 806.722.7762