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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Telecom Tech Outlook
February 14, 2019

Telecom Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Juniper Research expects the first commercial network to be launched in 2019-the initial 5G networks will be located in Far East and China and North America.
Mobile 5G technology might enable new applications, but increasing customers’ willingness to pay higher is certainly doubtful.
Cloud communications can offer a real change. Due to its speed, efficiency, seamlessness, and safety, cloud communications have become an integral part of the future functioning of specific sectors.
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CIO Viewpoint
Steve Miller, CIO, Steelcase
In today’s interconnected business world, network optimization is essential for business, and as technology evolves, these changes allow for greater flexibility and adaptability.
Justin Chugg, CIO, Telarus, Inc
The BYOD revolution has added the traditional desk phone to the endangered species list, but is this the end?
CXO Insight
By Vilas Uchil, Director of Network Engineering, BullsEye Telecom
The introduction of millennials in the work force and push for digital transformation industry wide is driving innovation on the VoIP segment.
By Todd Landry, Corporate Vice President of Product and Market Strategy, JMA Wireless
Traditional Wi-Fi alone is not enough to meet these demands; therefore, CIOs must turn to cellular networks.