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WireIE Riding a Wave of Success – JSA TV Spotlight at PTC’18

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CEO Rob Barlow Shares Direction for 2018 with Jaymie Scotto Cutaia

At PTC’18, one of the most important telecommunications events for the Pacific Rim, our CEO, Rob Barlow, met up with JSA TV’s Jaymie Scotto Cutaia to discuss the company’s latest developments and where it is headed for the rest of 2018.

Overall, throughout 2017, WireIE experienced continuous growth providing leading-class high-speed network solutions in underserved markets in Canada and around the world. We bolstered our reputation as an expert in underserved connectivity by consistently exceeding our network performance and reliability objectives throughout the year.

For 2018, we are maintaining our focus on making it possible for individuals and enterprises in underserved areas to take full advantage of the digital economy. By using both fiber and microwave technologies in the delivery of high-availability networks, we are a partner of choice for industry and governments in need of reliable, secure connectivity for their mission-critical applications. WireIE prides itself on its ability to extend carrier networks to remote and hard to reach locations, bringing the metropolitan broadband experience to the underserved and promoting regional economic development.

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The Economist Takes a Deep Dive into our Industry’s Future

Business transformation is on every network operator’s mind as demand for voice levels off while demand for data continues to grow exponentially. As a result of this shift, the industry is being forced to reinvent itself. Fourth generation network technologies promise to bring capital and operating costs in line with the world of data, but for most operators, that’s at least a year or two away and in the meantime, we’re forced to contend with the world around us changing very quickly.

Sponsored by amdocs, The Intelligence Unit of The Economist assembled a team to interview senior executives of network operators and independent industry experts. As expected, there is a global perspective with input from Europe, North America and China. The result is Fighting Smart. Strategy Options for Telecoms Operators.

In a quest to move beyond conclusions of our industry being relegated to “dumb pipe” status, the report delves into five potential business models.

  • Smart Pipe
  • Efficient Pipe
  • Pricing Pioneer
  • Defender of the Realm
  • Transformer

WireIE has been engaged in the conversation of our industry’s future since the company’s inception and is a strong supporter of the philosophy of Open Mobile.

We invite visitors here to read the report, judge for themselves and by all means, comment here. The report is available for download by clicking on the image below. Again, our thanks to amdocs and The Economist.