Harvesting Billions in Untapped Revenue Out of Wireless Networks
Frisco, TX (PRWEB) April 27, 2007
Wireless carriers are unaware of the billions in "lost revenue" which is a result of non-utilized technology sitting in their network reports Cerion Optimization Services.
According to Cerion, North American wireless carriers are sitting on more than $3 billion in untapped revenue while worldwide, carriers lose in excess of $36 billion in revenue each year.
Wireless carriers have been faced with the challenge of optimizing network capacity with traffic demand and for this reason, many networks have been over engineered, are suffering from under-utilized capacity, or both.
"The situation is extremely costly - billions of dollars are literally sitting, waiting to be used, in the network," said Barry Duncan, CEO of Cerion Optimization Services. "By optimizing the relationship between capacities and demand, carriers are able to release stranded capital out of the existing technology in their network, almost instantaneously. During the last three years, Cerion has recovered more than $150 million in lost revenue for various wireless carriers."
Cerion's wireless experts conduct an extremely specialized analysis that most carriers are not capable of conducting in-house, focused on traffic demand, network mobility and network configuration. - the kind of analysis that most carriers are simply unable to conduct. Patented methodologies are used to provide a better correlation between demand and capacity.
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About Cerion Optimization Services
Cerion Optimization Services helps wireless carriers locate and harvest stranded investments, releasing hidden capital by conducting a deep analysis of actual demand, network mobility and network configurations, and then applying a sophisticated process that utilizes patented methodologies and algorithms to deliver findings with a better correlation between demand and capacity. Based on those findings, wireless carriers can recover hidden revenue and save capital by not purchasing additional technology. Since its inception, Cerion has recovered more than $150 million through wireless network optimization.
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