Agility of projects in great portion depends on planning, short proceedings and updating the status with a huge space for people’s initiative who are engaged in work. But how to harness this revolutionizing freedom to steer where in fact we want to go with our project? Is Product Owner’s role an answer for communicational struggles in agile management? Why is it essential to have such a person in the company ranks?
New technologies have changed our lives. They have. In many cases, they made them easier, more convenient and faster. Of all these things they will never forgive sluggishness, especially when you work in the connectivity industry. Once, a group of sharp minds converged and said enough to the inanity of corporate rusty administration machines hidden deep in companies’ corridors. That’s how agile was born – a mindset which assumes one thing: to act. And we tested some quick methods on how to do it.
What makes an electronic device great? Definitely a brainy guy by the steers, state-of-the-art lab equipment and, not so rarely, a project which allows for withstanding extreme conditions of the device’s environment. And the pressure of a few atmospheres or huge temperature amplitudes not always bring off such. Sometimes, 65 degrees Celsius is way enough for conditions to make them extreme.
Telco operators face many challenges these days. Their biggest nightmare is being unable to provide customers with high-speed services due to existing infrastructure. This case study outlines how we helped multiple-system operators solve this problem.
Telco customers will remain loyal as long as the offer is attractive, the service quality is high, and the portfolio meets their expectations. It is not an easy job for Telco operators to make a scalable offer and prevent customer churn. Here’s how we support Telco operators in achieving their business goals.
Data is becoming the new currency and its transfer from point A to point B should be performed in an effective (cost, speed, size) and above all secure manner. This case study presents how we designed and developed a prototype device that processes data in the cloud.