As predicted, 5G technology was the main focus of MWC19 Barcelona (formerly Mobile World Congress). Speaker after speaker touted the importance of deploying 5G as quickly as possible. Tech companies from all over the world showcased their 5G capabilities. Though 5G was a big topic at MWC the past few years, there’s clearly more urgency than ever. The impact of 5G will span industries and save lives.
The presentation, titled “Power Forward: Scalability, Agility, Quality,” will focus on a major healthcare organization and how it was able to “shift left” with its development team by leveraging test automation to increase application coverage, reduce regression test cycles, and limit rework and miscommunications during test case creation.
At Empirix, our continued focus and development of our analytics platform will extend the value to both Wireless and Wireline Service Providers. Our solutions will continue to place emphasis on Customer Experience and Empirix will offer holistic insight into those key entities that reveals unnecessary Opex and Churn.
As Mobile technology moves towards 5G there’s an increased rollout of small cells capable of supporting low latency, low data rate applications like smart energy, building security, infrastructure, retail and healthcare etc. It may still be several years before we see the first, commercially viable applications actually in operation.
Empirix today announced enhancements to the Hammer Gen6 Test Platform to provide, functional, stress and ongoing testing for secure Avaya voice environments. The Empirix Hammer Gen6 test platform enables enterprises to examine latency, performance and voice quality over encrypted communication channels, resulting in truly secure communications. This new capability enables organizations to deploy with confidence secure communication networks for critical applications in verticals, such as financial, law enforcement, and healthcare, that use encrypted communications.
There is no denying that the rollout of the new Health Insurance Marketplace in the US has been a debacle. After all, the person ultimately responsible for the project testified before congress and said, “Hold me accountable for the debacle; I’m responsible.”
Today we are seeing a great deal of activity as companies migrate from legacy to IP technologies, add new self-service menu options and update routing solutions to ensure people have fast access to the diverse set of information and agent services. Everyone is taking pains to train their staff on the new regulations and how each plan will best meet differing needs.