Big data. Rapidly changing industry demands. Shifting business models. As an IT leader in the communications industry, you're being asked to meet these challenges without affecting efficiency, performance, or total cost of ownership (TCO). You need to constantly create better, more innovative products and get them to market faster.
Red Hat can help. Working together, we can empower your company to achieve the agility, interoperability, and cost-effectiveness you need to respond to rapidly changing industry demands.View our solution framework for telco
Whether shifting business models to capture new revenue, meeting explosive growth and unpredictable peaks in bandwidth demands, or fighting intense competition, communications companies like yours are facing significant change and growth.
Red Hat offers telecoms secure, open IT infrastructure. It can help providers:
- Gain cost and operational efficiency.
- Reduce complexity.
- Accelerate time to market.
- Maintain flexibility and growth, even within private, hybrid, and public cloud environments.
Open source to the core, the Red Hat NFV platform delivers the only complete software suite available to successfully bring the benefits of NFV deployment to your telecom enterprise. We'll help you seamlessly build, deliver, update, and support your NFV software.
The platform empowers service providers with improved agility, simplicity, and elasticity in how new revenue-generating services are brought to market—all while reducing costs.
If you're like most telecom decision makers, you're being asked to significantly cut costs in today's tough economic conditions. How do you balance capital investment spending and operating expenses to choose the right platforms and technologies?
As a telecom provider in a competitive industry, you're being forced to focus on a higher level of customer service while fighting to gain new users and maintain your current customer base. You need a reliable IT infrastructure for less downtime and better performance.
The evolution of telecom IT requires bundling legacy and emerging next-generation products and services while introducing new network technology. Wouldn't it be nice to standardize on a single network technology that supports all legacy and next-generation products and services?
Since the environment we have created is rooted in open source standards, it will allow us to grow our middleware platform at a rational cost and allow us to focus on delivering applications to our business.Jamie Williams, I.T. Director, Sprint Learn More
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How can choice and collaboration help your business?
Nearly 50% of business managers say they will increase their investments in collaborative development.* Choice and collaboration are where technology is headed.
Is OpenStack right for you?
Standardizing cuts out waste. When we in the technology industry can agree on a standard platform to build on, we spend more time creating and less time maintaining or fixing. So how does OpenStack® fit in?
Security and innovation go hand in hand
Innovation is important, but without security, new ideas don’t matter. Let’s find the best ways to actively protect our data and our business.