LG Uplus, Korea's telecommunication operator, recently ended a three-month trial of its Intelligent Network Platform.
The months-long experiment involved Nokia's radio technology, along with Liquid applications and CDNetworks. The results of the trial suggest that the benefits of the platform include a 35% increase in "performance gain in content delivery." Moreover, there is a 90% reduction in operating and capital costs and a network that is both faster and more secure in terms of connecting to enterprise networks via LTE.
The features of the INP, in terms of Liquid Applications, include content cashing (which equals latency reduction and bandwidth optimization), video optimization, CND integration and an Enterprise Zone feature, which grants LTE-powered data connectivity across all enterprise grounds.
An Intelligent Network Platform Trial Revealed Several Benefits
1. Intelligent Network Platform - This trend presents disruptive innovation opportunities in terms of enhancing content delivery performance by 35% and reducing operating and capital costs by 90%.
2. Liquid Applications - This trend offers disruptive innovation opportunities in the areas of content caching, video optimization, CDN integration, and LTE-powered data connectivity across enterprise grounds.
3. LTE Connectivity for Enterprise Networks - This trend provides disruptive innovation opportunities by offering faster and more secure network connections for enterprises via LTE.
1. Telecommunications - This industry can explore disruptive innovation opportunities by leveraging the Intelligent Network Platform for improved content delivery, cost reduction, and enhanced network connectivity.
2. Network Infrastructure - This industry can benefit from disruptive innovation opportunities by developing Liquid Applications that optimize content caching, video delivery, CDN integration, and LTE connectivity.
3. Enterprise Networking - This industry can seize disruptive innovation opportunities by adopting LTE connectivity for faster and more secure connections to enterprise networks.