About Network Matter

Welcome.

As an extension of Current Analysis’ Service Provider Infrastructure analysis, this blog reflects the latest thinking of Current Analysis analysts on issues of importance to telecom operators and vendors. It is a forum for discussion.

Posts are grouped by topic areas that cross our Service Provider Infrastructure practice areas. They include: heterogeneous networks, network transformation, OSS/BSS and customer experience, SDN & NFV, standards and innovation, ultra broadband, vendor transformation. In many cases, blog posts will draw on the insights presented in the product, company, and event reports being used daily by our vendor and operator customers. In some cases, we will build off these analyses to make new points or highlight issues which deserve added emphasis. In any event, we hope you will take advantage of this forum to ask questions, contribute your opinions, and share your professional experiences.

All constructive comments are welcome. In the interests of full disclosure and honest dialog, we discourage anonymous postings.

About Our Analysts

Current Analysis’ Service Provider Infrastructure coverage – and the blogs that it inspires – is built from a foundation of objective, unbiased research. Our analysts conform to the highest levels of integrity and ethics, and may not engage in activities that may compromise these values. Our firm is in a unique position of supplying intelligence and analysis that is often used as a source of competitive intelligence by vendors in the markets we cover. As such, companies rely on the objective, independent research that our analysts provide, and therefore, our success as a company depends significantly on our ability to maintain independence, accuracy, and objectivity.

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