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July 2018 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
Why RCS Failed?
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Why RCS Failed?
 

RCS started its journey at the GSMA in 2008 with the promise to allow service providers to deliver “OTT like” services with interoperability across service providers and managed quality of service as it is provided by those that own the network. By being better than what OTT can offer, users would vote for those services of the service provider.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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July 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
The new battlefield for mobile operators, Customer experience!
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The new battlefield for mobile operators, Customer experience!
 

There is no doubt that the mobile industry has gone through massive changes over the last 10 years – from the launch of the first Apple smartphone back in 2007, to innovations in wireless technologies. These changes have been so fundamental that today, for many consumers, their mobile phone is the one technology they simply can’t live without.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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June 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
5G standards: keeping it ‘in the family’
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5G standards: keeping it ‘in the family’
 

The telecoms industry is buzzing with news and analysis on 5G – its capabilities, its impact on the industry and the road map that leads to commercial deployments.
The main 5G standardization process is driven by the 3GPP, but as recently announced, there have been efforts to accelerate the schedule for trials and deployments of Non-Standalone 5G New Radio (NR). NR will use the existing LTE Evolved Packet Core (EPC) as the anchor for control and mobility management. Others are leading their own 5G efforts, with the likes of Verizon driving its 5G Technical Forum (V5GTF) initiative.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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April 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
The 5 biggest data myths in telecoms, Debunked
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The 5 biggest data myths in telecoms, Debunked
 

Telcos, while willing to devote resource to their data solutions, are seeing little of the return that they need to justify that investment. This begs the question: when the opportunities are so huge, why aren’t telco companies taking advantage? It’s high time to debunk the five biggest myths that are holding the telco industry back from realizing the potential of their data.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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February 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
From 2G to 5G: a complex evolution for operators
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From 2G to 5G: a complex evolution for operators
 

Mobile operators are moving to all-IP networking and correspondingly delivering LTE communication services, such as Voice and Video over LTE (VoLTE and ViLTE). The benefits of this transformation are clear – for the consumer they promise faster, cheaper and better quality voice and video services; for operators, they deliver spectrum and network cost efficiencies.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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February 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
The road to 5G, where are we headed and when will we get there?
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The road to 5G, where are we headed and when will we get there?
 

From smartphones and tablets, to connected cars and even smart kettles, the world we are living in is becoming increasingly connected. In fact, according to Gartner, by 2020, there will be almost 21 billion connected ‘things’ in use around the world. 5G is promising to be the framework for the connected world, with things, data applications, transport systems and cities seamlessly talking to one another and sharing information to improve our quality of life.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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February 2017 | By Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
Charting the route to 5G success
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Charting the route to 5G success
 

5G promises exponentially faster speeds, higher capacity, lower latency and more throughput than today’s networks. It will use existing LTE standards and technology as its foundation, but will incorporate a new air interface at a higher frequency band (greater than 6GHz) to deliver throughput speeds of up to 10Gbps, plus cell edge throughput of 10-100Mbps, and sub-one millisecond latency. 5G will also support billions more devices and connections per cell than current networks.

 

 

Houman Sadeghi Kaji 

Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) at Lotus Communication Inc.

 

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