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Communications

Are You Taking the Right Approach to Transition to SD-WAN?

Consider this scenario-you are a new-age Communications Service Provider (CSP) trying to stay relevant in today's fast-paced market. You recognize that to deliver innovative digital services to new-age subscribers who are used to instant gratification, you will need to ensure that your IT team is agile and responsive to evolving demands. You also realize that your legacy approach to networking is not designed to meet the insatiable demand for bandwidth intensive applications, and support high-demand cloud-based application and services. So you plan to transition from wide area network (WAN) to software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) to manage and orchestrate network…

By Yusuf Bhanpurawala | May 26th, 2017

Utilities

When ‘Frenemies’ Turn Associates

The technology landscape is rapidly evolving, and client expectations are keeping in pace. A company that constantly strives to live up to those expectations has innovation as its bedrock, industry best practices as its brick and mortar, and is persistent on improvements to make sure it leads the change. To meet its ambitious 2020 goals and lead the change, Cyient has redefined its business, identified growth engines, and based its aspirations around an S3 strategy of offering a strong and evolving mix of ‘services, systems, and solutions’ to clients across industries. In line with this corporate blueprint, Cyient has evolved…

By Bhanu Rekha | April 27th, 2017

Communications

Creating synergy between industries and universities

For most university graduates there is one thing on their mind, and that is how and where they can get their first chance of real world work experience in the field of their recently attained expertise. A corresponding challenge for numerous industries and organisations in Australia is obtaining the best and most recent skilled graduates to work for their organisations. This challenge and opportunity provided an opportunity and synergy between Cyient Australia and Western Sydney University. Cyient is a global company and an acknowledged leader of engineering, manufacturing, data analytics, networks and operations solutions, whose New South Wales office is…

By Anthony Laria | March 31st, 2017

Communications

Bluetooth -A Smart Communication Protocol for the Internet of Things

Picture this. You are sitting in your garden, but you are able to draw out the blinds in your house or open the door for a visitor with the help of your smartphone. Or in an industrial scenario, you are able to connect thousands of IoT devices without large deployment hubs. These are just some examples of what IoT can do for individuals and businesses. However, to realize IoT’s potential, standardized communication protocols are needed. Recent developments in Bluetooth are set to position the technology as ‘the communication protocol of choice’ for IoT. According to Bluetooth Specialist Interest Group, by…

By Narendra Sivalenka | March 24th, 2017

Communications

Adopt a Unified Approach to Enhance Your Cable Network Performance- Optimize Network Infrastructure and Reduce Costs

The cable industry is growing at a rapid clip across various segments, including broadband internet service providers, telephone network operators, communication equipment manufacturers, etc. In 2015, triple and quadruple-play offers of broadband Internet, telephony, and TV helped drive a solid growth rate of 6.2% in the USA and 7.1% across the European cable industry. Over the past few years, cable television a broadband has emerged as the pivotal source of revenue, accounting for 50% of the €22.9 billion profit while the internet accounted for 31% of the industry’s income in the European market. Competitive boundaries are shifting as demand for…

By Kiran Solipuram | February 23rd, 2017

Communications

The State of the American Communications Industry

With more than 250 million mobile users and growing, the American telecommunications market is on the way up. The industry has experienced major investment activity in fiber deployments, HFC technology upgrades, and mobile broadband networks to respond to the increasing expectations of subscribers. The telecom sector has found itself at the epicenter of growth, innovation, and disruption in most areas of industry and consumer activity. Mobile devices and connectivity are increasingly enmeshed in the fabric of today’s world and are driving the momentum behind video streaming, mPayment, and the internet of things (IoT). The connected states A recent Deloitte survey…

By Chuck Roming | February 17th, 2017

Communications

Why a Plan-Build-Operate Model Is Crucial to Reaching Your Infrastructure Goals

For decades, IT infrastructures have been organised into multi-layered towers, controlled by siloed teams working alongside partners to deploy service offerings and operations. However, as enterprises enter new waters and partners demand better experiences for their customers, larger service providers with sophisticated infrastructures are transforming their processes and structures to improve performance, cut down costs and prepare themselves for next-generation networks. The aim of the plan-build-operate model is to separate the 'plan' functions such as business relationship management and business analysis from the 'build' activity, which includes architecture, engineering and development of applications, while 'operate' functions (service desk, support and…

By Piyush Tandon | February 16th, 2017

Communications

Swisscom: Preparing for the New Europe

The European telecoms market is suffering from depleting revenue streams, skyrocketing demands for faster internet services, political setbacks and regional fragmentation barriers. In the midst of these challenges, leading European telco Swisscom is spearheading the charge toward overcoming these obstacles and fast-tracking Europe into the digital revolution. Here we look at Swisscom's strategic actions to move past the highly competitive, strictly governed environment to provide customers with the experiences they deserve. Headquartered at Ittigen near Bern, Swisscom provides state-of-the-art telecommunications, digital and IT services to its native Switzerland, as well as high-speed broadband services to Italy through a subsidiary provider…

By Nathan Sawicki | February 16th, 2017

Utilities

GIS Technology, EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) Contractors and Operational Efficiency

Operational bottleneck for EPCs In industries such as mining, infrastructure, resources and energy, it is a relatively common practice to engage EPC contractors to handle engineering, procurement, and construction activities together for one project. This creates one comprehensive end-to-end process and provides a seamless experience for the client. However, it also often creates a situation where the EPC contractor is strapped for time and operational bottlenecks. This is where GIS technologies step in. EPCs play a major role in SmartCity planning and development. GIS complements EPC companies in building of Smart city infrastructure to enable various smart facilities like roads,…

By Sai Boppudi | February 6th, 2017

Communications

Supporting the next generation seeking an ‘energy breakthrough’

For a global company like Cyient, it’s easy to be drawn into the macro trends that are shaping our society as a whole. The importance of training our young people in the areas of STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) has being spoken of ad nausea. Through Cyient’s support of the RACV Energy Breakthrough - an annual schools event held in Maryborough in Victoria, Australia - we’re supporting the next generation in their efforts to push the boundaries in science, technology and engineering in a way that is hands-on and importantly, fun. Asking questions, seeking answers “We’re delighted to have…

By Nathan Sawicki | December 21st, 2016

Communications

Smart cities can help enhance lifestyles; but are we ready with the infrastructure?

The digital world has helped us accept the concept of smart cities, and the Telecommunication service providers have played a significant role in supporting these ideas. But are these traditional service providers ready and adequately prepared to take up these projects? Significance of Smart Cities If we look at the stats, the urban population is heading towards 70% by 2050. Smart cities can play a significant role in improving the quality of urban life by providing better access to basic amenities like water, power, transport, health, and communications. What makes a city smarter? It is connectivity - faster, easier, and…

By Ramakanth Gangisetti | December 7th, 2016

Communications

How can CSPs transform the Mobile Backhaul Networks to include business efficiency?

The communications sector is synonymous with innovation and customer experience. This industry drives innovations that other industries latch on to. The Connected World or the Internet of Things are such innovations that are driving momentum across multiple sectors. It will be an understatement to say that Communication industry lives in a very disruptive environment. So what drives this industry to be the epicenter of redefining businesses? Why does this industry take technological leaps every third or fourth year and disrupt multiple areas?  The deeper we delve, the more it becomes apparent that it is due to what lies at the…

By Faisal Usmani | December 5th, 2016

Communications

The young and interconnected market of Africa: Challenges, threats, and opportunities

If you're wondering why Africa has been a constant topic of conversation in the communications industry over the past few years, there are many reasons for that. Here are some; despite political unrest and weak economic growth in the past, the ownership of smartphones is evolving at a breakneck speed and consumers are rapidly increasing their use of mobile applications. On the other side of the fence, telecom operators in Africa are responding to consumption behaviors with the rapid deployment of 3G networks and expansion of LTE technology. Young population, new technology Africa has a predominantly young and innovative population,…

By Nathan Sawicki | November 30th, 2016

Communications

Transformers: How telecoms are moving into service assurance

Traditional legacy systems have created challenges for today's telecom companies. They hinder them from gaining full visibility and control over faults, costs, revenue opportunities, and most importantly the customer experience. What does a modern network operator need to implement to move past these challenges? The IT systems of the past decades were never designed to deal with the complex and demanding task of effectively managing the rapidly evolving networks we have now, let alone into the future. With infrastructure changes, diverse applications and services added over time, legacy systems often end up as a fragmented patchwork requiring heavy customization and…

By Mitch Miller | November 30th, 2016

Communications

When everything is media: The mega-revenue drivers for telecom companies in the smart era

By Piyush Tandon | November 30th, 2016

Communications

Three steps for preparing a successful IoT strategy

By Piyush Tandon | November 30th, 2016

Aerospace

Designing and Developing UAV applications

By Dinakar Devireddy | November 2nd, 2016

Aerospace

The Changing Face of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

By Dinakar Devireddy | October 18th, 2016

Medical Devices

Designing Medical Devices for Emerging Markets

By Brian Wyatt | October 3rd, 2016

Community

Functional Coaches– a Leaf from Indian Cricket (Part 2)

By Anand Parameswaran | September 19th, 2016

Community

Functional Coaches - a Leaf from Indian Cricket (Part 1)

By Anand Parameswaran | September 1st, 2016

Medical Devices

Finding New Product Value in Medical Devices Through Functional Analysis

By Kuldeep Tyagi | August 24th, 2016

Community

Climate Change - What the Engineering Community Can Do

By Rajendra Velagapudi | May 28th, 2016

Medical Devices

How Frugal Innovation is Revolutionizing Medical Technology

By Rajendra Velagapudi | April 24th, 2016

Utilities

New opportunities driven by the move from ‘Gold Plated’ to ‘Make Do with Less’

By Steven T Fisher | April 14th, 2016

Communications

Net-Neutrality: Can we find a Balance to save it?

By Amitabh Sharma | April 13th, 2016

Communications

“Smart Cities” - Noise or Reality?

By Piyush Tandon | April 9th, 2016

Aerospace

Man, Machine, Nature or Aliens? A Closer Look into Flight Disasters

By Rajendra Velagapudi | March 25th, 2016

Medical Devices

A Beautiful Life: How 3D Printing Got More than a Dog Running

By Kuldeep Tyagi | March 12th, 2016

Medical Devices

4 Reasons Why 3D Printing is the Future in HealthCare Systems

By Ankur Agarwal | February 18th, 2016

Medical Devices

3D Printing a New Knee. Now possible!

By Kuldeep Tyagi | January 11th, 2016