Mobile operators look to Wi-Fi to offload surging traffic: Ovum

Carriers should take a more serious look at Wi-Fi offloading to handle surging mobile broadband traffic, said Ovum, citing results from its global survey. However, the situation may not be as dire in Australia as other countries.More carriers are thinking about how to offload traffic, but there’s more work to be done. “Even though Wi-Fi offload is now being included in the majority of infrastructure strategy plans, today’s carrier-grade solutions do not fully meet operators’ needs,” said Ovum.To continue reading this Computerworld report, go to:

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