Scoring the “Quality of Experience” in the Transition to 5G

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Quality/Experience

The explosion of smartphones (~1.5 billion sold in 2015), the proliferation of applications accessible through 4G mobile networks, and the advent of over-the-top (OTT) services have all put pressure on traditional service providers to differentiate themselves, keep the customer base loyal and, most importantly, recover revenues currently flowing to OTT providers and other MNO competitors.

Committing to Quality

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Commitment to Quality

Among many reasons we’ve been growing is the critical value we provide to our customers. When we are out talking with customers who typically provide voice and data solutions to their clients, we continue to hear more than ever that there is an increasing demand for a great customer experience – and customers become very vocal when they don’t get it. Social media just underscores the immediacy of that criticism and the large impact a complaint can have in a very short amount of time.

Monetizing LTE: Controlling Quality

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Mobile Devices

In most countries, the auctioning of LTE or 4G spectrum has made headline news. Not only because it introduces a “high speed” service for the millions of customers who now own a mobile device, but also because those Mobile operators who have been successful in the so called bidding process has paid each government or regularity body literally billions of dollars for the privilege of being able to deliver such a service.

Amtrak Turns to Empirix to Assure Voice Quality

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Train Commuter

Amtrak serves more than 500 destinations in 46 states and three Canadian provinces with more than 21,000 miles of track. On average, more than 74,000 customers ride an Amtrak train each day, and more than 45,000 customers call into the Amtrak contact center each day, which operates for 24 hours every day.