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All Blog Posts Tagged 'telecommunications' (2)

Virtual Org and Behaviour by Transaction

In Java programming, there is the idea of a "virtual machine." A virtual machine is a computer system that doesn't exist in real life. Yet programs can be written for it. The code is interpreted by a runtime environment. Through this arrangement, Java programs can operate on different operating systems rather than one exclusively. Depending on one's background, the concept of a "…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on May 23, 2015 at 6:31am — No Comments

Big data: the door to co-operation and communication in telecommunications

Responsiveness and clarity, perhaps more than in any other industry are crucial to Telecommunications.

Challenged by the advancing communications demands of a ‘smartphone generation’ over the last few years, the role of communications service providers (CSP’s) and the data they offer is increasingly valuable, owing to the sheer quantity and quality of the unstructured data they produce.

Think about it. From mobile network to Internet providers and more, CSP’s are uniquely…

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Added by Jed Mole on February 24, 2014 at 3:30am — No Comments

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