Rationalizing Fixed-Mobile Convergence
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Overview: FMC (fixed-mobile convergence) is largely driven from the supply side and lacks demonstrative consumer and enterprise market demand with the exception of voice, where subscribers expect FMC to offer improved performance and cheaper services. The success of FMC solutions ultimately depends on adequate enterprise and consumer demand. Service providers must establish distinct strategies to address each of these markets because enterprise and consumer requirements for FMC are likely different. And because it?s still unclear what FMC services will take hold, service providers must focus on creating application-friendly network and service delivery infrastructure.