How can I simplify the consumption of connectivity for my enterprise customers?
Learn how to enable the consumption of connectivity for my Enterprise customers, your readiness and its potential
Learn the industry agreed definition for Connectivity-as-a-Service
The year is 2030. Connectivity is ubiquitous and embedded in every product, service, and application. The path to realizing this future vision of ubiquitous connectivity across all regions requires a paradigm shift in how connectivity is sold and consumed.
IG1271 Connectivity-as-a-Service: A Paradigm Shift in Connectivity Delivery v1.0.0
See practical and inspirational use cases for Connectivity-as-a-Service
Read user stories and use-cases which support the IoT Reference Architecture
GB1035C Connectivity-as-a-Service Use-Cases v2.0.0
Evaluate whether your organization has the right business capabilities to establish and deliver Connectivity-as-a-Service
Learn the business capabilities and Connectivity-as-a-Service associated with the IoT Platform Architecture and the terminology definitions of the capabilities, their purposes and outcomes.
GB1035A Connectivity-as-a-Service Business Capabilities v1.0.0
GB1035B Connectivity-as-a-Service Technical Capabilities v1.0.0
Analyze the (beta version) of the industry agreed reference architecture for connectivity as a service
Compare architectural differences to establish how to best achieve the required flexibility to achieve connectivity-as-a-service.
GB1035 Connectivity-as-a-Service Reference Architecture v2.0.0
TMF926A Connectivity-as-a-Service API Profile v2.0.0
Read the industry report on the potential for Connectivity-as-a-Service to drive business growth
Communications service providers (CSPs) struggle to grow revenue, particularly in the enterprise market, while over-the-top hyperscale cloud providers are driving change and delivering the experiences customers are willing to pay for. This excerpt from our recent report ‘What is connectivity-as-a-service?’ (CaaS) explores whether CaaS could be the answer.
Insight: Can connectivity-as-a-service drive growth?
Catalyst: New initiatives for delivering sustainable B2B2X services in a SMART world
Why a new approach to connectivity is needed, how CSP and enterprises can benefit from CaaS and how to enable it through collaboration
Move beyond NaaS to achieve the goal of agile, ubiquitous connected solutions – CSPs need to step back, consider what role they want to play in the evolving digital communications marketplace, then refresh their partnership and technology strategies