Mercury Orbit Music Unfolds Speculation In Music Education Sector With Its Novel A.I. Music Solution

Yang Zhang and Dimos Makris at AI For Good Summit(4)

The Founder and C.E.O. of Mercury Orbit Music Yang Zhang and The Technical Director Dimos Makris at AI For Good Summit

The Founder and C.E.O. of Mercury Orbit Music Yang Zhang and The Technical Director Dimos Makris at AI For Good Summit

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mercury Orbit Music Unfolds Speculation In Music Education Sector With Its Novel A.I. Music Solution

Can Artificial Intelligence become a newly defined muse machine? Can A.I. spark and empower inspiration and creativity? If so, then how can A.I. push the limit of creating music beyond the imagination? With the end of 'A.I. for Good Summit’ in Geneva, Switzerland, a California-based A.I. music startup entitled Mercury Orbit Music has sparked attention from the audience by satisfying those intriguing and meaningful questions with their stage presentation. In their stage presentation, the startup particularly focused on introducing a suite of state-of-the-art A.I. music generation tools, featuring unparalleled integration that allows an extensive range of music education scenarios.

As the largest interdisciplinary A.I. Summit partnering with the United Nations, ITU (International Telecommunication) and XPRIZE, 'AI for Good Summit’ invites and involves leaders and experts from the United Nations, governments, industries, academia, and the media. Moreover, it gathers experts with outstanding achievements in various fields of A.I. to contribute to and support the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.

As the only A.I. music technology among the top 30 A.I. technologies selected by AI XPRIZE in 2018, Mercury Orbit Music claims that they have a remarkable capacity to invoke the capability of pursuing the coexisting creativity between humans and machines. In order to venture out a genuinely creative and intuitive nature of A.I., the startup follows the paradigm of intuitive computing. The core component of A.I. generation tools that the team has built are centered around the creative environment based on the users' choices. They have designed and implemented a novel A.I. music platform that allows interaction with the users and generates new musical material for kick-starting user inspiration.

“We are committed to breaking a sense of technological singularity, where we can train A.I. to think, create, perceive, and resonate with users in a stimulating way. We distinguish ourselves from the earlier generation of A.I. music technology through the paradigm of intuitive, explainable nature of A.I.; eventually, the system can blend a variety of attributes from a diversity of music styles, that allows generating a unique musical composition to users and becomes a personalized music maker." Said Yang Zhang, the Founder, and CEO of Mercury Orbit Music, while talking about her company's presentation with the technical director Dimos Makris at the summit in Geneva. "At this stage, we focus on Midi symbolic representation technique; the system we are developing offers a promising opportunity to integrate other aspects in depth," Dimos added.

During their stage presentation, the team of Mercury Orbit Music highlighted a dynamic example of how human intelligence in the creative decision-making process is being incorporated with A.I. music generating features based on various music learning subjects. During this example of human-machine creative collaboration, a jazz musician utilities an A.I.-made musical environment as a kick-starting inspirational material, then improvises his melody over the chord changes by interacting with his students. This dynamic demonstration allows an extensive range of imagination that can also apply and expand in the music consumption sector.

The whole team at Mercury Orbit Music highlights an interdisciplinary structure, which is led by the award-winning composer (the winner of the best original music at the 2016 Montreal Views of Worlds Film & Music Festival) and Emmy music peer member Yang Zhang. She teams up with A.I. music scientists featuring Dimos Makris, who has distinguished his research among others with very original Conditional Neural Sequence Learner Architecture, and Maximos Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, who has already published more than 40 articles in the combined field of Artificial and Computational Intelligence, Computer Music, Machine learning, Computational Creativity, and Cognitive Musicology, along with two music industry veterans, namely, music publisher Andrew Robbins (who successfully secured multiple music placements for the Oscar-winning pictures “The Shape of Water” in 2018 and “Crash” in 2004) and two-time Grammy-nominated music educator, and Jazz musician John Linnon Ellis.

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GoodFirms Rolls Down the Latest List of Best Advertising, Event Marketing & Media Planning Companies for Q2 – 2019

GoodFirms picked the best advertising, event marketing, and media planning companies, considering the research methodology.

Recognized advertising companies are known for providing important tactics for marketing to keeping their clients business alive.”

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WASHINGTON DC, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — These days, advertising has become a major key to the survival of new business, products, and services. It has also been recorded that the businesses are investing more and more in the marketing companies to increase their sales and revenue. But, today in the market, it has become difficult for the service seekers to fetch the right partner as there are numerous companies providing marketing services. Thus, GoodFirms has featured the list of Top Advertising Companies that are indexed along with genuine ratings and reviews.

List of Top Advertising Agencies at GoodFirms:

•Blue Label Labs
•Zorka.Mobi
•Adz Globe Media
•Udonis Inc.
•WellKnown Agency
•Illusion Web Developers
•World IT Zone
•BUDNET TECHNOLOGIES
•10 Carat Creations
•Pulling Power Media

Currently, you can find several methods of promoting your business, such as newspaper, magazine, radio, television, directories, mails, catalogs, leaflets, and social media. One of the most popular tactics used is event marketing to leave a lasting impression, build brand awareness, and grab the new customer’s attention. Event Marketing is done online; offline as well as companies can participate as hosts, participants, or sponsors. Here at GoodFirms, you reach the Top Event Marketing Companies that are assisting the business by executing various strategies to raise their bars in the market.

List of Best Event Marketing Agencies at GoodFirms:

•SmartSites
•Why Not Creations India
•Biggestech
•Rococo Consultant Pvt. Ltd
•Ensuite Media
•Sooner Marketing Solutions
•Logo Liberty
•Crest Techno Soft
•Brand Mellow
•Its on Media

GoodFirms is a well recognized B2B research, ratings, and reviews platform. It assists the service seekers to associate with the most excellent firms that are evaluated and indexed in the list of top companies.

The research squad of GoodFirms conducts an assessment which has three main parts that are Quality, Reliability, and Ability. These components are further divided into several metrics, such as checking out the portfolio of each agency, on-hand experience in the domain area, online market penetration, and client feedbacks.

Once all the firms are assessed with the above-stated statistics, they are compared with each other and then allot them with the points. According to the scores, every agency is indexed in the list of top design and development companies, best software, and other organizations from various sectors of industries.

GoodFirms has curated the latest list of Top Media Planning and Buying Agencies that are recognized for strategizing the best advertising campaigns from pre-defined marketing objectives.

List of Best Media Planning Agencies at GoodFirms:

•SITSL
•Maestro Digital
•Growuply
•Mobihunter
•Dot Com Infoway
•iSEE Marketing Ltd
•Specscale
•NexGen Innovators IT Services Pvt Ltd
•FATbit Technologies
•Stegowl Media Labs LLP

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Research Deliver Insight into Singapore Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023

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PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — WiseGuyReports.com "Singapore – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses" report has been added to its Research Database.

Scope of the Report:

Singapore's Mobile Market Set for Heightened Competition. Singapore has developed the status of a world leader in telecommunications through the building of a high-quality network and an extremely progressive regulatory environment for the local telecommunications sector. 
The Next Generation Broadband Network (NGNBN) roll out and deployment in Singapore has effectively been completed and there continues rapid take-up of fibre-based services.

Singapore has been working to shape itself into what it says will be the world's first 'Smart Nation' where data and analytics play a critical role in its society and economy. 
Singapore's smart nation projects now include smart sensor networks for water and air, smart logistics that enable interoperability standards throughout the supply chain, and smart sensors in the homes of the elderly or chronically ill.

Infocomm Media 2025 is an integrated plan to guide the development of Singapore's infocomm media sectors over the next 10 years. Singtel via partnerships has spearheaded research and development efforts in emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotics and the Internet of Things.

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Singtel launched its FutureNow Innovation Centre (FIC) to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation. The FIC is a key innovation platform, designed to support the Government's Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs) focusing on Singapore's six key industry clusters.

The government launched its Next Generation National Broadband Network (NGNBN) over a decade ago and the rollout is now essentially complete. It is based on a combination of fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) and wireless networks. The NGNBN has continued to form the basis of the government's broadband strategy and implementation.

Slow growth in the fixed broadband market is predicted over the next five years in a mature and saturated market. Optical fibre broadband also has seen strong growth as customers migrate to the NGNBN's fibre network. xDSL on the other hand has seen a decrease in usage and cable modem broadband also has been experiencing declining subscriber numbers.

Singapore's mobile market has displayed slow growth over the last few years due to a highly mature market. It remains highly competitive and operators have moved to a customer satisfaction and retention phase by offering value-added services as the market has matured. Very slow growth is also predicted over the next five years to 2023, due to the highly saturated market.

Competition is now heating up in Singapore's mobile market with a fourth provider Australian telco TPG Telecom launching mobile services. Also, local ISP MyRepublic launched its mobile services via an MNVO arrangement in partnership with mobile operator Starhub. This is likely to see increased pressure on SingTel, Starhub and M1, potentially triggering another price war. 
Singapore saw strong growth in mobile broadband penetration up to 2013, however since then growth has been slow due to a mature and saturated mobile market. A significant proportion of the population now have more than one mobile broadband account. Very slow growth is predicted over the next five years to 2023. The mobile broadband market will be driven by increasingly faster speeds offered by the mobile operators as they roll out their 4G and 5G networks.

Key Developments

StarHub signed a MoU to co-develop and launch commercial IoT applications/services. 
Singtel launched its FutureNow Innovation Centre (FIC) to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation. 
Slow growth is predicted in the fixed broadband market to 2023 in a mature and saturated market. 
Both wireless broadband and fibre broadband will continue to be the fastest growing broadband segments. 
Both DSL and cable modem will continue to experience declining subscriber numbers. 
Competition is heating up with a fourth provider TPG Telecom launching mobile services. 
Local ISP MyRepublic launched its mobile services via an MNVO arrangement in partnership with mobile operator Starhub.

Key companies mentioned in this report:

SingTel; StarHub, MobileOne (M1), MyRepublic, TPG (Telecom).

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics 
2. Telecommunications market 
2.1 Market Overview and Analysis 
2.2 Regional Asian Market Comparison 
3. Regulatory environment 
3.1 Historic overview 
3.2 Regulatory authority 
3.3 Cyber Security 
4. Fixed network operators 
4.1 Singapore Telecom (SingTel) 
4.2 StarHub 
4.3 PacNet 
5. Telecommunications infrastructure 
5.1 Overview of the national telecom network 
5.2 The Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (Next Gen NBN) 
5.3 International infrastructure 
6. Broadband market 
6.1 Introduction and statistical overview 
6.2 Fixed Broadband Service Providers 
6.3 Fixed Line Broadband Technologies 
7. Digital economy 
7.1 e-Commerce 
7.2 Smart Nation initiative 
7.3 E-Payments

Continuous…

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Research Deliver Insight into Bolivia Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023

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PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — WiseGuyReports.com “Bolivia – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

Scope of the Report:

Bolivia’s fibre market seeing slow growth 

Although Bolivia has enjoyed strong economic growth in recent years, GDP remains among the lowest in South America. Many areas of the country outside the main cities are poor and undeveloped, and there is a sizeable proportion of the population which live in remote valleys and areas where telecom infrastructure has been chronically neglected. As a result, the penetration of telecom services is relatively low. 

The structure of Bolivia’s fixed telecom market is different from most other countries. Local services are primarily provided by 15 telecom cooperatives. These are non-profit-making companies privately owned and controlled by their users. Since the market was liberalised the cooperatives have also provided long-distance telephony, while several also offer broadband and pay TV services. They have invested in network upgrades in a bid to improve services for customers, and to expand their footprints. 

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Bolivia has a multi-carrier system wherein consumers can choose a long-distance carrier for each call by dialling the carrier’s prefix. A number of operators have also adopted fixed-wireless technologies, and some rent fibre-optic capacity. 

State-owned Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (Entel) is the country’s incumbent long-distance operator, also offering local telephony, DSL and satellite pay TV services. Its subsidiary Entel Movil is Bolivia’s largest mobile network provider. 

Bolivia’s fixed broadband services remain expensive, though the cost of bandwidth is only a fraction of what it was only a few years ago. Services are still unavailable in many rural and remote areas, and even in some of the major urban areas. Being a landlocked country, Bolivia has no direct access to submarine cable networks and must therefore connect to the rest of the world either via satellite or through terrestrial links across neighbouring countries. Fixed broadband services are fast migrating from DSL to fibre, while there are also cable broadband services available in some major cities. 

Since it was renationalised in 2007 Entel has focused on providing telecom services in rural areas under a project known as ‘Territory with Total Coverage’. This project aims to increase telecom coverage through mobile rather than through fixed networks. 

Bolivia has more than ten times as many mobile phones as fixed lines, and the trend towards fixed-mobile substitution continues. Besides Entel, another two companies offer mobile telephony: Tigo, wholly owned by Luxembourg-based Millicom International, and NuevaTel, trading as Viva and controlled by US firm Trilogy International. A proposed deal to merge Millicom’s business units in the region with those of Liberty Latin America was called off in February 2019. 
All three mobile companies offer 3G services while LTE is available. Due to the poor quality, high cost, and poor reach of DSL, mobile networks have become the principal platform for voice services and data access. The take-up of services based on LTE has risen steadily as network builds have been increased. Tigo launched the first LTE services in mid-2014, followed by Viva in mid-2015 and by early 2019 both companies’ networks reached more than 90% of the population. About 92% of all internet accesses are via smartphones.

Key developments:

Viva sells about 600 towers to Phoenix Tower International; 
Entel reiterates plans to extend fibre to all 339 municipal capital cities by 2022, launches Bolivia’s first LTE-A network; 
Government makes progress with National Broadband Plan to 2020; 
Entel planning $60 million investment for new Pacific fibre cable route via Peru; 
Bolivian Space Agency planning to launch a second telecom satellite after 2020; 
Report update includes the regulators market data to September 2018, operator data to Q1 2019, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, recent market developments.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics

Country overview

Telecommunications market

Market analysis

Regional Latin America

Market Comparison

Telecom Maturity Index by tier Top-tier – Market Leaders Middle-tier – Market Challengers Bottom-tier – Market Emergents South America Telecom Maturity Index Central America Telecom Maturity Index TMI versus GDP Mobile and mobile broadband penetration Fixed and mobile broadband penetration Regulatory environment Historical overview Regulatory authority ATT Government policies Privatisation of Entel Renationalisation of Entel Telecom sector liberalisation Telecommunications Law 2011 Fixed network operators Introduction Entel Cooperatives Overview Telecommunications infrastructure Overview of the national telecom network International infrastructure Overview Satellite networks Infrastructure developments Wireless Local Loop (WLL) Fixed-line broadband market Introduction and statistical overview Market analysis Broadband statistics Forecasts – fixed broadband subscribers – 2019; 2021; 2023 Government ICT plans Fixed-line broadband technologies Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) networks Other fixed broadband services Digital economy eHealth developments Mobile market Market analysis Mobile statistics General statistics Mobile broadband Forecasts – mobile subscribers – 2019; 2021; 2023 Regulatory issues Mobile Number Portability (MNP) Roaming Mobile infrastructure 4G (LTE) 3G Major mobile operators Entel Movil Tigo (Telecel) Viva (NuevaTel) Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) Mobile content and applications M-payments

Continued……

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Go Extra Mile – Customer Experience Beyond Chat BOTs

Customer Experience In Insurance: Why Must Agencies Look Beyond Chatbots?

TEXAS, PLANO, USA, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Customer experience has become a key differentiator in today’s Insurance market. Customer experience is the fulcrum around which incumbents are going to take on Insurtech challengers. Unfortunately, the insurance sector has traditionally been more product-focused than customer-focused.

Most Agencies are focused on new customer acquisition and managing existing clients is mostly an afterthought. Many agencies believe retention as a natural consequence of good customer service. Economic analysis of acquisition and retention tell a different tale. The cost of acquisition of a new client is 20 times more than the cost spent on retaining a client. This includes the cost of resources needed to identify a prospect, quote them, and write the policy. The customer success rate of selling to a new customer is sub 10%.

Increasing customer retention by 5% can increase profits/policy by at least 20%. Of course, the longer an agency retains a client, the more profitable that the client becomes. That’s why even a marginal shift in overall client retention can have a significant impact on an agency’s bottom line. The number one reason why clients switch is simply because of communication. Lack of personal connect, no callbacks or just the perception of no customer care are the reasons behind unhappy clients.

Insurance company executives are being increasingly pressured by the board, partners, and CSR to more aggressively leveraging new technologies like AI and ML to manage customer experience. Insurers need the more customer-centric process from the ground up and rewire of the existing products & systems. Customer acquisition and retention challenges are huge, as Insurers face the challenge of relating the centuries-old industry to a newer generation of consumers. Insurers struggle with adopting smart technology for closing the gap between the company and customers, and the gap between old and new. Not every insurer is ready for AI or able to take the full advantage of the opportunities the technology offers. There are several ways Insurers can prepare and evolve to a position of strong customer experience.

Agencies can bring in Chatbots that can be used to quickly respond to the customer queries without procrastinating. Automatic notifications, reminders and personalized e-mails can be triggered to Clients using BOTs/ technology. AI-supported self-service portals help insurers get closer to their customers, increase their loyalty and improve service quality, all of which may greatly contribute to better customer experience.

Many Insurers prioritize their AI investments completely on customer-facing areas to maximize “the moments of truth” often at the cost of weak backend process. While AI can aid in information analysis in voice or text and then quickly and accurately deliver relevant policy information, the customer experience will be wobbly if the backend policy checking infrastructure is weak. Unfortunately, insurance practices are rooted in traditional manual practices simply are not set up to move at high velocity. Many insurance activities are repetitive and prone to manual errors.

Industry insiders realize renewals happen 365 days and seven days a week and most risk managers and brokers consider 30 or 60 days before renewal, termed crunch time in the industry to be critical. However missing information, poor communication, errors cause delays in renewals or rushed quote that does not provide the best customer experience. While Chatbots can improve the speed of customer service interactions, ultimately the accuracy and speed of policy checking can happen only if the backend processes are standardized, automated and enabled with smart technologies to hasten the activity without rework or waste.

Insurers are aware 70% of the policies, especially motor and housing, are automatically renewed each year. Insures realize customers do not renew if the service is poor or the payment process is cumbersome. However, annual renewal processes involve a high possibility of manual error and long wait times for customers. Slippages and renege are common. Many a time low value, high volume policies are missed or delayed leading to lapsed coverage. Data entry issues, data integrity, and non-standard process also contribute to below-average customer experience.

Insurers realize companywide benefits will only flow if the AI and ML tools bring all-encompassing impact and must, therefore, involve both frontend and backend processes. Insurers can use AI to bring speed, efficiency, and decreased fraud. For many insurers with completely, people-based processes claim settlement and fraud happen to be the juiciest “low hanging fruits”. AI to process vast quantities of paper information on policyholders is a honey pot for AI intervention. Insurtech companies have developed smart AI-based solutions to process hard copies, detect fraud and digitize information.

Renewals bring better margins and sustainability to the insurers. Today customers expect an omnichannel hassle-free self-managed renewal process. Automating renewal process using AI will not only remove the human burden and boredom but also drive higher productivity. Automation can also serve as another delivery channel to engage in low-value low-risk policies. This would enable brokers and underwriters to spend more time on higher risk and more profitable business. Automation of renewal process involving both on-demand renewals with no touch or minimum touch reduces costs and results in improved productivity. Controlling TAT has a major influence on administrative cost savings, which is a key driver for transforming the broker business Exdion has developed an Artificial intelligence (AI) led solution to offer seamless automatic renewal policy check out.ExdionPOD involves Robotic process automation (RPA), analytics and cognitive computing to transform “manual led” renewal process to error-free intelligent process.

Exdion has developed bots which are software programs that automatically match the policy information against configured data and approve once the match is perfect. Bot driven automatic approval enables code-driven continuous delivery of policy renewal eliminating the need for a dedicated FTE to manage the same. ePOD offers insurers the flexibility to customize their automated policy renewal process and issuance to accomplish a complete end to end business-specific policy renewal. ePOD enables insurers to configure custom business process for renewal, including the capability to configure selection criteria for policy for renewal, one-time or multi-year recurring execution with comprehensive auditing and error-free capabilities.

AI adoption for backend operation is critical to realize the benefits of AI deployment on the customer-facing side. Deployment of AI to improve backend operations will bring three major benefits to insurers: lower costs, happy customers and higher growth. Deploying AI and ML tools for backend process such as automatic checking gives you significant cost advantage. It costs much less compared to a full-time employee (FTE) cost. Secondly, human errors which can range between 5 to 7% get completely eliminated. Moreover, your employee would be able to spend time on high-value non-boring activities. Employee satisfaction increases and employee attritions nosedives. Importantly, customer experience is a manageable and predictable process as both front and backend operations work in tandem to seamlessly delight the customer.

Remember all transformation journeys require a new perspective and approaches. To gain from AI-led customer experience improvements, Insurers must have a clear vision of what the future must be. Invest and manage your transformation journey consistent with your goal and absorptive capacity. Do not have to rush to a radical change program. Prioritize areas for improvement, invest wisely, support unlearning and relearning and scale as you go. As you prioritize the AI initiatives, do not ignore data, operations, and people fronts. It is important to know AI solutions alone will never be a viable strategy. AI is an enabler of a strategy.

Without clearly defined goals, a flexible operating model capable of experimentation and without leadership or champions, AI tools alone are unlikely to fulfill the growth promise and drive service excellence.

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Technology Solutions MSP Expands Operations in Toronto

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Technology Solutions MSP Expands Operations in Toronto to Build on Its 20 Year Local History as the Area’s Leading Managed Service Provider

Partnering with Technology Solutions MSP is better than having a full-scale, full-time, fully staffed and highly experienced IT department on board.”

— Kevin Shoemaker

TORONTO, ON, CANADA, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Technology Solutions MSP Press Release July, 2019

Like it or not, information technology has become central – even essential – to business success, including companies right here in Toronto. That’s why Technology Solutions MSP‘s outsourced IT services, which deliver unmatched expertise, reliability, and price, are now so important to its Toronto business partners.

Whether you’re too busy to keep up with your IT needs, feeling overwhelmed by the onrush of technological advancements, or simply miffed that any of your competitors seem to be so far ahead of you in IT capabilities, Technology Solutions MSP is the perfect partner to bring into your corner and rely on.

Partnering with Technology Solutions MSP is better than having a full-scale, full-time, fully staffed and highly experienced IT department on board. Because they always keep your business their Number One priority, their response times to problems are 50% faster than other managed service provides, and 75% faster than in-house IT departments – which are typically bogged down in bureaucratic necessities, undermanned, and – let’s face it – often lacking in skill and expertise.

Simply put, IT problems become a thing of the past when you start working with Technology Solutions MSP.

As a dedicated IT service provider, the company can quickly and effectively support any type of business operations, cope with any difficulties or breakdowns, and side-step business-crippling complications (or shortfalls in IT expertise) that future growth may bring.

Technology Solutions MSP and its CEOA, Kevin Shoemaker, proudly offer a full range of IT consulting, including mobile device management, security, and even web design services.

Your new Technology Solutions MSP team will support your business with more than a century of combined experience and state-of-the-art knowledge. This allows them to deliver any type of hardware refresh or refit that you may need, as well as migrations to new hardware and infrastructure configurations. They can also set you up to rely on and benefit from “the cloud,” including Azure and AWS.

After successfully supporting more than 500 businesses just like yours, Technology Solutions MSP has mastered the intricacies of IT hardware and software. Regardless of how you may be operating today, Technology Solutions MSP can show you how to start doing business better with the latest in 21st century technology.

For example, Technology Solutions MSP is a leading implementer of IP phone systems, designing and installing this remarkable technology so your phones start working precisely the way that will benefit your company the most. Even better, you’ll get the VOIP systems you need from Technology Solutions MSP without paying a penny more than necessary.

Because security and compliance are important elements of any IT activities, Technology Solutions MSP honors the critical nature of your proprietary, operational, and customer information, and works hard to protect that information from every possible threat. In fact, no managed service provider is better structured and equipped to help Toronto businesses with the fullest internal audits, as well as with comprehensive assessments of IT systems health.

Similarly, business partners that require HIPAA or PCI audits will find Technology Solutions MSP ready to stand behind them and provide the fullest support from start to finish.

The company’s IT experts are also experienced and adept at designing in-depth technology plans customized to the precise way you currently do business. They will develop individualized ways to leverage your strengths and bolster any weaknesses so that your business can focus entirely on its core competencies and be confident about leaving the IT work to the specialists at Technology Solutions MSP.

With this new expansion of Technology Solutions MSP into Toronto, your company can now have access to a fully staffed and highly experienced IT team, regardless of the size of your budget. As a direct result of its high-priority dedication to client’s needs, as well as the unsurpassed skill level of its IT specialists and its proven ability to come up with innovative and cost-effective IT solutions for businesses just like yours, Technology Solutions MSP proudly takes its place as the leading IT support service in Toronto (as well as Vancouver, Calgary and elsewhere).

By carefully and intelligently handling all your IT needs for day-to-day operations, they automatically make it far easier for your local business to stand out from both local and national competitors in ways that will help you succeed.

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Papua New Guinea Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Drivers, Trends and Opportunities 2019-2030

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Scope of the Report:

New submarine cable to provide better services for Papua New Guinea. Over the past few years, Papua New Guinea has experienced positive GDP growth and the government is currently introducing its national strategy, Vision 2050 which is hoped will further address long-term infrastructure requirements; improve general living conditions and maintain economic stability. Papua New Guinea is also being guided by its medium-term plan, The Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan.

Network deployment costs are high in PNG due to the relatively low subscriber base, the impervious terrain, and the high proportion of the population living in rural areas. As a result, fixed telecom infrastructure is almost non-existent outside urban centres, leaving most of the population un-serviced. The existing submarine cable infrastructure is also no longer adequate and Internet services are expensive and slow.

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Internet access is expected to improve however with the 2018 build-out of a new submarine cable known as the Coral Sea Cable System which will link PNG to the Solomon Islands, with a connecting cable to the Australian (Sydney) landing station. It will provide increased capacity and reliability as well reduce Internet costs for consumers.

There have been recent improvements to mobile infrastructure as well, with additional 3G launches and 4G LTE deployment in some urban areas. This has resulted in growth for the mobile broadband sector which took a big leap forward in the past couple of years in terms of subscriber growth.

Key developments: 

The Coral Sea Cable System is under development in 2018.
Bmobile and Citifon (Telikom PNG) plan to merge together to form Kumul Telecom. This was given ICCC approval towards the end of 2017.
In May 2018 the ICCC granted approval for DataCo to join the Kumul Telecom consortium as well.
The World Bank assisting PNG with funding to build mobile infrastructure in remote and rural areas.
In terms of Internet access, PNG has traditionally lagged other nations in terms of access and penetration. A need to bridge the digital divide continues to exist.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

Kumul Telikom; Telikom PNG, PNG DataCo, Digicel, Bmobile, Vodafone, Citifon.

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Key statistics

1.1 Country overview

Telecommunications market

2.1 Historical overview

2.2 Market analysis

Regulatory environment

3.1 Regulatory developments

3.2 General Plan for Updating Telecom Regulations (PGR)

3.3 Regulatory authority

Fixed network operators

4.1 Overview of fixed network market4.2 Oi (Telemar)
4.3 Vivo (Telefônica Brasil)

Telecommunications infrastructure

5.1 National telecom network
5.2 International infrastructure
5.3 Infrastructure developments

Broadband market

6.1 Introduction and statistical overview

6.2 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) networks
6.3 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks

Mobile communications

7.1 Market analysis
7.2 Mobile statistics
7.3 Regulatory issues

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Cameroon Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Size, Growth, Analysis, Drivers and Challenges 2019-2023

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PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, July 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — WiseGuyReports.com “Cameroon – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to its Research Database.

Scope of the Report:

Cameroon increases internet bandwidth with SAIL cable

The ICT sector in Cameroon is making steady progress enabling the country to make better use of the digital economy. Currently, about 95% of all electronic transactions are carried through the m-money services operated by MTN Cameroon and Orange Cameroon. The government has also been supportive, having launched its ‘Cameroon Digital 2020’ program, aimed at improving connectivity nationally. A large number of small ICT projects form part of the overall program. By September 2018 the SAIL submarine cable had been laid, providing a direct link to Brazil and with onward connectivity to other countries in the Americas. The cable will substantially improve international bandwidth and lead to further reductions in access prices for consumers.

Cameroon was for many years one of the few countries in Africa with only two competing mobile operators. After some delays, Nextell Cameroon (majority-owned by Viettel) launched a third network in late 2014, including the country’s first 3G mobile service. The operator has grown rapidly, signing up more than 4.89 million subscribers by late 2018. LTE services have also developed strongly, with Orange Cameroon securing revised concessions to its existing 3G licence to enable it to launch LTE services and so compete more effectively with MTN. These developments were the catalyst for a fast-developing mobile broadband sector. The investment programs among operators over the next few years will considerably boost mobile broadband services in rural areas of the country, many of which are underserved by fixed-line infrastructure.

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Further development is quickening in mobile banking and commerce, with Nextell having launched its own m-money service in late 2018.

 

Key developments:

Camtel contracts SatADSL for satellite broadband services;

Cable laying for the SAIL cable system to Brazil is completed;

Telecom revenue increases 3.3% in 2017, year-on-year;

Orange Cameroon expands LTE services;

Nextell Cameroon launches m-money service;

MNOs fined for SIM card registration failures;

National fibre rollout continues with new funding;

Report update includes regulators market report for 2017, telcos operating data to Q4 2018, Telecom Maturity Index tables, charts and analyses, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

MTN Cameroon, Orange Cameroon, Camtel, Cameroon Mobile Telecommunications (CMT), Pastel, CamNet, MTN Network Solutions, Matrix Telecoms, Ringo, Nextell Cameroon (Viettel), YooMee.

 

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics

Country overview

Telecommunications market

Market analysis

Digital Cameroon 2020

Regional African Market

Comparison Mobile and mobile broadband

Fixed and mobile broadband TMI vs GDP

Regulatory environment

Regulatory authority

Licensing Market

liberalisation

Interconnection International gateways Universal Access Fund (UAF) Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Fixed network operators Cameroon Telecommunication (Camtel) Privatisation Pastel Telecommunications infrastructure Overview of the national telecom network National fibre backbone Central African Backbone (CAB) Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) Cloud services International infrastructure Submarine cables VSAT Fixed-line broadband market Introduction and statistical overview Public access locations Broadband statistics ISP market Fixed-line broadband technologies Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) networks Fibre-to-the-Premises (FttP) Other fixed broadband services Mobile market Market analysis Mobile statistics Mobile data Mobile broadband Forecasts – mobile subscribers – 2019; 2021; 2023 Regulatory issues Mobile Number Portability (MNP) SIM card registration Mobile infrastructure Digital networks Other infrastructure developments Major mobile operators MTN Cameroon Orange Cameroon Nextell Cameroon (Viettel) Camtel Mobile Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) Mobile content and applications M-payment and m-banking M-health

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Research Deliver Insight into Democratic Republic of Congo Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market 2019-2023

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Scope of the Report:

DRC gaining additional terrestrial fibre

The Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire) was under a 30-year dictatorship between 1967 and 1997. Since then the country has continued to suffer from regional wars among rival groups, resulting in considerable social upheaval. There remain violent conflicts in the eastern part of the country, exacerbated by considerable corruption within the government as well as by ethnic tensions resulting from disputes among and within bordering countries which have spilled over in the DRC itself. These circumstances have made it difficult for the government to extend its control in these regions.

Largely due to the country’s troubled history, the national telecom system remains one of the least developed in the region. The government can only loosely regulate the sector, and since the national telco SCPT has little capital to invest so much of the investment in infrastructure is from donor countries or from the efforts of foreign (particularly Chinese) companies and banks. Efforts have been made to improve regulating the telecom sector, with a revised Telecommunications Act adopted in May 2018, though the practical implementation of the Act’s measures remains questionable.

Given the limited and decrepit condition of fixed-line infrastructure the mobile network operators have become the principal providers of basic telecom services. More than a dozen new licenses were issued in the early years of the century, but many of the licenses failed to launch services and the proliferation of networks, as well as the poor monitoring of also spectrum assets, caused frequent problems with spectrum shortages, interference and compatibility issues. As a result, the mobile entered a period of consolidation, including the acquisition of Tigo Congo by Orange Congo in April 2016, which greatly increased the latter’s market share.

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The development of the DRC’s internet and broadband market has been held back by the poorly developed national and international infrastructure. However, the country was finally connected to international bandwidth through the WACS submarine fibre optic cable in 2013, while SCPT is rolling out a fibre optic national backbone network with support from China. International bandwidth is still limited, and as a result internet pricing is high and backhaul capacity (for both fixed and mobile internet services) is low. An alternative terrestrial international fibre connection exists via neighbouring countries.

The country’s first commercial LTE networks were launched, albeit geographically limited, in May 2018 soon after LTE licenses were issued. Mobile operators are keen to develop mobile data services, capitalising on the growth of smartphones usage, but in mid-2016 their attempts to dramatically increase mobile internet pricing was criticised by the regulator.

Key developments:

Helios Towers completes major tower infrastructure upgrade;

Huawei Marine completes second phase of a WACS cable upgrade;

LTE-suitable licenses issued, with Vodacom and Orange launching limited services;

European Investment Bank financing the construction of 750 mobile towers in remote areas;

Incumbent telco SCPT seeking to quadruple fibre capacity from landing station to Kinshasa, addressing a key bottleneck;

Fibre link between Brazzaville and Kinshasa completed;

Regulator enforces deactivation of unregistered SIM cards;

Report update includes operator data to Q4 2018, Telecom Maturity Index charts and analyses, recent market developments.

Companies mentioned in this report:

Vodacom Congo, Bharti Airtel (Zain, Celtel), Millicom (Tigo), Congo Chine Telecom (CCT, Orange Congo), Africell (Lintel), Société Congolais des Postes et des Télécommunications (SCPT), Tatem Telecom, Gecamines, AfriTel (Starcel), Standard Telecom, Telecel International, Africanus.net, Interconnect (Vodanet), Microcom, Cielux Telecom, Global Broadband Solution (GBS), Afrinet, Congo Korea Telecom, Geolink, ICP Net, Orioncom, Paconet (Pan African Communication Network), RagaNet, Roffe Hi-Tech, Sattel, Société Internet Congolaise (SIC), Sogetel, Liquid Telecom, O3b Networks, Smile Telecom, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Huawei Technologies, ZTE.

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Key statistics Country overview Telecommunications market Historical overview Regional Africa Market Comparison TMI vs GDP Mobile and mobile broadband Fixed and mobile broadband Regulatory environment Historical overview Regulatory authority Competition in the telecom sector Interconnection Privatisation Fixed network operators SCPT (formerly OCPT) Telecommunications infrastructure Overview of the national telecom network National backbone Tatem Telecom Other operators International infrastructure Satellite Submarine fibre Terrestrial fibre The Central African Backbone (CAB) Fixed-line broadband market Introduction and statistical overview Broadband statistics ISP market Internet exchange points (IXP) Internet satellite Mobile market Market analysis Mobile statistics Mobile data SMS Mobile broadband Regulatory issues Licence conditions, fees and taxes Quality of service (QoS) SIM card registration LTE licenses – 2018 Mobile infrastructure 4G (LTE) 3G Other infrastructure developments Major mobile operators Vodacom Congo Bharti Airtel (formerly Zain, Celtel) Tigo (Millicom, Oasis) Orange DRC (CCT) Africell Mobile content and applications m-banking Related reports

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Zimbabwe Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Market Drivers, Trends and Opportunities 2019-2023

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“Zimbabwe – Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband – Statistics and Analyses” report has been added to WiseGuyReports.com’s Research Database.

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Scope of the Report:

Zimbabwe government planning merger of TelOne and NetOne pre-sale 

Revenue from Zimbabwe’s telecommunication sector has return stressed from many recent regulative measures and taxesobligatory by the cash-strapped government. withal, the arena shows some promise for returning years, notably from the mobile phase wherever active mobile penetration has multiplied apace, reaching 93% by early 2019.

The economic impact of Zimbabwe Telecoms in the developed world has been the subject of intensive investigation since the last decade. Zimbabwe Telecoms R&D related innovation represents a huge chunk of the expenditure in developed countries. Global leaders such as Avaya, Canon, Citrix, EDS, Fujitsu, Google, NEC and IBM have built product development (R&D) facilities to develop and test new Zimbabwe Telecoms products and services.

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With technological progress advancing at a torrid pace, the Zimbabwe Telecoms industry is poised for greater evolution. Zimbabwe Telecoms as a sector has gone an overhaul in the last few years due to the emergence of various concepts such as data science, IoT, cloud computing, and others. The boom in data generation has affected the Zimbabwe Telecoms sector significantly. Data storage capacity has increased almost ten-fold in a very short duration, which has driven the adoption of Zimbabwe Telecoms technologies like IoT and cloud computing. Zimbabwe Telecoms companies are progressively using data science to enhance their services and create new ones. The core job of data science is to extract insights from the humongous amount of data in the best possible way to improve their services. Large enterprises and multinational organizations are progressively using data science to improve business productivity.

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Companies mentioned in this report:

TelOne, Econet, TeleAccess, Afritell, DataOne, Powertel Communications, Telco Internet, Broadlands Networks, Aquiva, Africa Online, ComOne, Ecoweb, iWay Africa (MWEB), TelOne, NetOne, Econet Wireless, Telecel, Telecontract, Dandemutande (uMax), Afritell, Liquid Telecom, DataOne, Powertel Communications, Telco Internet, Broadlands Networks, Aquiva, Zimbabwe Online (ZOL), Aptics.

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