About the Author
Jessica Epley is a
content development specialist for CommScope and enjoys helping others learn
more about how current technology trends are impacting global network
infrastructures. She primarily focuses on developing content to highlight data
center and wireless mobility networks. Jessica brings to CommScope four years
of marketing experience working in higher education. She is a graduate of the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in management and
recently received her Master of Business Administration degree from Appalachian
We live in a world where we expect instant mobile connectivity, and the Internet of Things (IoT) is making this happen. When implemented correctly, IoT can bring major business benefits, including boosted productivity and competitive advantage. Companies must make sure their network infrastructure can handle this massive increase in IoT data. In this blog, Jessica Epley explains how corporate enterprises are becoming interested in IoT to better serve us, the mobile consumer.
IoT technology continues to evolve as consumers figure out how to incorporate devices in their daily lives. This presents an opportunity for operators, but the challenge is how their network will support the billions of devices. Jessica Epley discusses some of the consumer uses for IoT and points to converged networks as solution for enjoying a digital lifestyle.
We like to be connected to everything and everyone. What makes connectivity better is greater network convergence. It’s something consumers want; however, they do not know what it is. All they know is that their connection is fast and reliable. In a series of blogs this year, we will highlight network convergence and industry trends related to this topic. In this blog, Jessica Epley highlights several consumer trends that are driving operators for better network convergence.