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Great News, Cisco gains market share in Mobility

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The average consumer is never more than 3 feet away from their phone. The average smart phone user checks their phone 40 times a day. Mobility has become a necessary part of our lives and will be even more so with the emergence of the Internet of Everything, which will bring together people, processes, data and things. And this is not reflected only in stats that abound around the Internet but also in analysts firms’ research findings.

In a hot-off-the-press report, ACG Research’s Ray Mota notes that  a major paradigm shift is happening. ”Although service providers are requesting that vendors extend consumption model of their financing, we are seeing a major CAPEX spending shift from wireline to wireless. Mobile spending continues to rise globally, fueling LTE spending. EPC will continue to be a highly dynamic market for the next several years as vendors and carriers work through network virtualization. We saw a major shift in market shares in 1Q14 because of vendors’ execution and the flexibility of their portfolios.

The market share vendor break down in the ACG report shows Cisco as #1 in Mobile IP Infrastructure including #1 in Packet Core (MPC & EPC)., #1 in Mobile Backhaul, and #1 Mobile IP Core.

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Vodafone Hungary and the Power of the Intelligent Mobile Network

Last week, Cisco announced its latest Cisco Visual Networking Index Mobile Forecast, 2011-2016, showing that global mobile Internet traffic is expected to grow 18-fold by 2016.

Many mobile operators are working hard to simply manage this incredible tidal wave of mobile data traffic, but one operator, Vodafone Hungary, is thinking one step ahead: How do we not only manage, but also monetize our mobile traffic?

We sat down with two of Vodafone Hungary’s strategic and technical leaders to discuss how Vodafone Hungary is planning to leverage the intelligence in the Cisco ASR 5000 mobile packet core to design new services, deliver differentiated services, and develop new business models.

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