More than 1,100 attendees representing 350+ companies from 36 countries and world-class expert speakers of Carrier Ethernet, Service Orchestration, SDN, NFV, optical, and cloud service expert speakers assembled in Washington DC this week at GEN14 (GEN14.com). The message was clear that the world is ready to embrace the MEF’s vision of the Third Network – the industry is working in collaboration building upon the strengths of both the Internet and CE 2.0 to define Lifecycle Service Orchestration and develop NFV and SDN implementations enabling Agile, Assured and Orchestrated Network as a Service. Attendees to GEN14 were witness to live demonstrations of elements of Third Network in action, only 2 months after its launch. The focal point of the GEN14 exhibition area was the Proof of Concept (PoC) Showcase – six participant groups provided live demonstrations of leading-edge implementations of dynamic cloud-centric Carrier Ethernet services with SDN, NFV, automated provisioning, service orchestration, and other innovations. Some of the comments and reactions from the six PoC groups and industry leaders attending GEN14 include: “The Third Network vision, as recently outlined by the MEF, lines up with the Proof of Concept that CenturyLink and Ciena are demonstrating at GEN14. The implementation of MEF Third Network functionality in a single and multi-carrier network is an essential step in moving towards a cloud and network orchestration vision.” Jack Pugaczewski, Principal Architect , CenturyLink. “MEF’s Third Network is about delivering agile, assured and orchestrated services. As presented in our Showcase Demo and validated with deployments at customers such as Colt and KVH, Cyan’s Blue Planet SDN and NFV orchestration platform delivers automated, dynamic and on-demand Carrier Ethernet services in multi-vendor production networks today. Innovative carriers that fully embrace multi-vendor SDN and NFV will drive the industry forward, creating new content and application services that seamlessly combine the WAN and virtual resources to deliver unique new product offerings.” Abel Tong, Director of Solutions Marketing, Cyan. “Ericsson’s work in MEF provides one of the most crucial APis to support the implementation of agile and orchestrated services which is enabling the potential of the Third Network vision to be embraced and realized today.” Scott Mansfield, Principal Engineer, Ericsson. “With the MEF’s Third Network vision, we are entering a new era, where CSP market leadership will be defined based on the commercial launch of state-of-the-art performance-assured services. InfoVista is thrilled to cooperate with Oracle in demonstrating how CSPs can implement and reap the benefits of the Third Network vision.” Cyril Doussau, Senior Director, Head of Service Assurance Product Line, InfoVista. “With the MEF’s Third Network vision, service providers can offer a more dynamic network control experience to their enterprise customers as they increasingly embrace cloud-based services. Oracle’s and InfoVista’s demonstration of The Third Network service orchestration and assurance with full business process integration at MEF GEN14 showcases the core tenets of this vision and provides a design blueprint for transforming it into a business reality.” said Nigel Ball, Vice President of Marketing, Oracle Communications. “With the advent of the Third Network and its APIs, service providers will be able to leverage today’s tried-and-true CE 2.0 networks to enable new technologies such as SDN and NFV to deliver exciting new services. The Third Network is a powerful strategy that will help the industry transition to this exciting new world of dynamic service creation and delivery.”Prayson Pate, CTO & Senior Vice President of R&D, Overture Networks “Security is a key indicator of a high quality network service as promised by the Third Network and Wedge is committed to promoting Security as a Service as a key contribution to the MEF’s vision. Wedge’s technology is high performance, software defined, that can seamlessly embed security within the network and orchestrate a personalized service across multiple network segments with built-in automated security functions.” Dr. Hongwen Zhang, CEO of Wedge Networks. “With capabilities like SDN and NFV being developed, the industry needs a unifying vision. The Third Network fills that void. It represents the pinnacle of what we hope to achieve with some of these newer technologies that are so disruptive to the status quo. While there’s still a lot of standardization work ahead; network efficiency, service delivery, customer service, and customer control will all be maximized when we realize the Third Network vision.” Sam Koetter, Sr. Product Manager Ethernet and Cloud Services , XO Communications.

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An interesting fact that emerged from Brazil’s 2014 World Cup was that for the first time, online viewing of the games exceeded that of broadcast television coverage. This is especially insightful for organisers of similar high profile sports events, but for telecommunications providers it underlines a growing trend – the soaring demand for bandwidth. Broadcast HD video demands significant bandwidth in a predictable, cacheable form, while video on demand creates huge bursts of traffic, further amplified by crowd responses to breaking news or social media trending. As smartphone penetration in Europe and the USA approaches plateau, smartphone adoption still has room to grow in Asia Pacific, particularly in emerging markets such as India, Indonesia and Malaysia. Couple that with the fact that APAC smartphone users typically download twice as much content as their US counterparts, and you can see why operators are investing to ensure resilience and reliability as well as scalability now and in the future. According to Nathan Bell, Director of Marketing, Product & Pricing at Telstra: “To foster responsiveness and agility, it’s critical we have a platform that is able to support these scaling needs, not just in the next couple of years but for five, ten or more. Combine that with our business customers’ increasing demands for cloud services and we must ensure high reliability and easy flexibility as well.” Telstra has licenses internationally and has access to more than 2,000 PoPs in 230 countries and territories. Telstra provides end-to-end connectivity, managed network services, collaboration and cloud services to international customers across Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. With one of the largest business-ready networks in Asia Pacific, Telstra has diverse cable paths throughout Asia and major routes in Europe and America, including a 9,000km North Asia loop (RNAL) linking Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan; a 9,124km Sydney to Hawaii (Endeavor) link ; and a further Designated Fibre Pair in the Asia to America Gateway (AAG) from Hawaii to California; as well as a share in the 12,700km Australia Japan Cable These extensive subsea cable backbones represent a major investment for Telstra. Nathan explains: “Mistakes would be very costly, so you don’t lay down long haul subsea cables without a lot of very careful forward planning. The surge in bandwidth demand multiplied by the growth in APAC business meant that we needed to make highly efficient use of existing infrastructure and to future proof it with exceptional scalability.” Another vital saving would be to standardize across Telstra’s extensive infrastructure, where different cable systems had been added over the years using a range of vendors and technology. Greater efficiency would come with the ability to swap and share components rather than hold large, diverse stocks of incompatible equipment. Earlier this year, the decision was made to standardize with Infinera’s DTN-X Multi-Terabit Packet Optical Network Platform with its immediate ability to support 10G, 40G and 100G Ethernet and OTN services, and the vitally important support for 500Gbps super channels and multi-terabit capacity. The DTN-X was the ideal match because it was designed with just such investment protection in mind. It converges five terabits of non-blocking OTN switching into “super channels”, resulting in more efficient network utilisation than conventional WDM architectures. The super channel is an evolution in DWDM where several lasers are combined to create a composite signal. Higher spectral efficiency is achieved because the laser spacing can be more tightly packed and the channel behaves like a single unit of bandwidth that allows flexible scaling without added cost. Creating a 1Tbps super channel composed of ten sub-channels would need about ten times the number of optical components compared with future possible single channel modules, but the use of large scale photonic integrated circuits (PICs) means that DTN-X packs it all into a third of the space and consumes less than half the power of competing solutions. Where previous analogue optical systems required complex on-site implementation and set up procedures, digital technology is highly automated, allowing end-to-end provisioning of services from a single base. This is a major saving in such geographically dispersed trans-ocean networks, and makes it easier to create and roll-out services on demand. After three months of due diligence to determine the optimal solution, rollout of the Infinera DTN-X platform using 100G technology began on multiple routes spanning six countries in three continents in June 2013. Telstra has completed the rollout on the UNITY, Endeavour, AAG DFP, RNAL cable systems, and is continuing to further upgrade these systems to meet growing demand. The flexibility and scalability of the Infinera DTN-X platform has enabled Telstra to deliver further incremental upgrades in as little as one month. The addition of Infinera’s DTN-X platform means Telstra is well placed to meet the speed and capacity needs of our customers. May 2014 saw the completion of the final phase, with a DTN-X based Intelligent Transport Network replacing an earlier 10Gbps system across the Australia Japan Cable (AJC, Fig 4). Philip Murphy, Head of Engineering at AJC said: “The original AJC 10G technology served us well, but the efficiency, flexibility and speed of deploying the Infinera DTN-X to deliver 100G allows AJC to be more responsive to our customers in terms of client interfaces and traffic switching.” According to Nathan Bell, when talking to potential customers, one of their leading questions is always about Telstra’s ability to scale. “We are currently providing 10G and 40G Ethernet services with plans to already deploy 100G Ethernet bandwidth services, but knowing we are already established to support 500Gbps is a huge advantage. Part of the challenge is to stay ahead of changes in the business market: one of the great things we are able to tell them is that our current offering is just the first of several generations, all based on this existing hardware without forklift upgrades and more importantly without the need for customers to worry about changing architectures.” He also points out that flexible scalability goes both ways: if the customer’s bandwidth demand goes down, then it is a simple matter to scale it down and they only pay for what is needed. This is another big benefit in the highly competitive Asian market. Infinera, Co-Founder and President, Dr. David Welch, explains that “As global businesses turn to cloud-based offerings, we’re seeing increasing demand for highly reliable, differentiated services. Telstra can now provide these, while keeping down capital and operating costs through scale, multi-layer convergence and automation. Long-haul super-channels are accelerating the pace of global communities.” So what lies ahead for Telstra? Nathan is reluctant to divulge specific details on plans for future network routes and deployment, but has no doubts about the overall company policy: “Knowing that the underlying infrastructure will scale readily as required, we are now free to focus on our core business – providing services for the evolving needs of our customers, ensuring their quality of experience and confidence in our continuing support for their operations.”

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The CEF faces a threefold challenge if it is to succeed in its objectives, says James Walker, President CEF Radical challenges encourage radical solutions, and the CloudEthernet Forum (CEF) has decided to develop standards in a way that is very different from the traditional standards body approach. Will the CEF be a standards body, and will it announce a certification program were among the first questions raised when we launched the CEF last year, but it was too early to give a definite answer at that stage. We were faced with a set of critical issues and it was up to us to first define those, and then agree the best strategy to resolve them. The CEF began life in listening mode. Tata Communications was among the first to note nascent difficulties emerging when their bigger customers began to seriously scale up their datacentres and take them global. We had our ears to the ground for early signs of impending thunder at a time when a wider public was being confidently assured that the cloud was one hundred per cent silver lining. CEF founder members agreed that in time the cloud would be the promised solution, but serious co-operation would first be needed to resolve these issues before the cloud scene fragmented into proprietary silos. A year later, and our mission is already a lot clearer. When the MEF, for example, began developing standards for Carrier Ethernet, their task was to persuade the industry that Ethernet was a WAN solution, and creating standards was an essential part of that mission. Our situation is very different, because cloud services are already forging ahead at full steam requiring sound rails to be laid ahead to make sure the market does not come unstuck. To achieve this we must integrate three relatively new concepts: NFV, SDN and Carrier Ethernet. That’s uncharted territory, it is highly complex, and it is needed under the pressure of rapid cloud deployment. Cloud computing is as radical and disruptive as the arrival of the personal computer. What happened then was an influx of new personal computers with a whole range of incompatible operating systems. The market eventually shook down with the dominance of Microsoft and the IBM PC, but there were still incompatibilities with Macintosh and Unix, and it was generally recognised that the dominant OS was not necessarily the ideal one for business. This is what we now risk with cloud computing: there are very good cloud services emerging, but they are not designed to global standards. Again business will face the problem of trying to integrate its global operations while depending on incompatible proprietary services, however good those services might be. Industry standards will be needed to build the sort of vendor-neutral cloud services that are required to support a truly vibrant global business culture. That is the objective of the OpenCloud project announced in May. The CEF has named its emerging set of standards “CloudE 1.0”, where the “1.0” is a deliberate tag to suggest an evolving standards development process that is radically different from the norm. Most standards bodies work on something like a quarterly cycle. They meet and debate towards a consensus on what the required standard should be, then draft versions are shared around and refined until the next version is agreed and approved at the following quarterly meeting. This approach would not work for something as complex and fast moving as the cloud, so CloudE 1.0 will be developed as an on-going iterative process based on a feedback loop involving a Cloud Reference Architecture, a Reference Test Bed (the OpenCloud platform) and a growing set of Use Cases based on real business needs. The “Cloud Reference Architecture” “What exactly is the cloud?” sounds like a naïve question, but it is still being asked. We chose to define our cloud not in abstract terms but by creating a reference architecture containing all the essential components – the interfaces and functions as well as the players – and then building it in real life. One of the first benefits for CEF members is the opportunity to shape this “Cloud Reference Architecture” by contributing elements to it. This casts the membership net very wide: not only NEMs, CSPs, data centre operators and carriers, but also any enterprise anticipating becoming a cloud consumer can become a player, and can now get its hand in to help shape tomorrow’s cloud environment to its needs. Membership is already expanding in response. The Reference Architecture is already well established, but it will continue to be an organic, growing structure – both in response to new developments and as part of an iterative process. The “Reference Test Bed” Iometrix president, Bob Mandeville, is responsible for the creation of a Reference Test Bed that will be very different from a “proof of concept” exercise, as he explained: “Proof of concept is a short term process, whereas we are creating a permanent test platform that mirrors the CEF Reference Architecture and will evolve over time. We are not testing a single concept, but how the reference model responds to realistic use cases reflecting CEF members’ actual business needs”. A very simple test scenario could be a virtual machine representing the initial state, then the virtual machine is relocated, or else multiplied into one hundred thousand clones, then finally returning to a single VM for the final state. Can this happen while preserving all the VM’s attributes and functions, with the required logical resources (such as connectivity) provisioned automatically? The results of each test feeds back data for refining the reference model until it is considered to be a suitable basis for defining an industry standard. While the underlying architecture is already taking shape the test bed is very much work in progress, with the CEF working with members to supply equipment to represent each component of the architecture. This provides another interesting opportunity for members – to get a head start by seeing how well their products will perform in a leading edge cloud environment. CloudE 1.0 That is how the CEF will evolve its role as a standards body: reference architecture to test bed; impose use cases; note results and feedback to the reference architecture until is seen as a sufficiently stable basis for the next release of CloudE standards. Use cases are already defined for application performance management, cloud security and traffic load balancing, all across multiple providers – with a growing membership keen to suggest their own challenges needing to be resolved. This is very much in keeping with the forum’s aim to stay highly relevant to real business needs and not become an ivory tower exercise. Conclusion In paving the way to the definition of standards for an OpenCloud environment, the CEF is shaping a radical solution to a radical problem. Cloud services rely on the end to end interoperability of so many players – enterprises, network and data centre equipment vendors, data centre operators, orchestration layers, management and reporting platforms, security devices, network service providers – the list goes on. While the MEF has a successful model of defining service types and attributes that everyone can agree to and align with, the CEF aims to bring a similar impetus to the cloud industry by adopting an iterative standards development process to keep up with the rapid evolution of the cloud ecosystem. Unless we can define industry best practices and global standards to establish an open cloud environment, cloud services will become more and more fragmented and difficult to integrate. A rapid, iterative and above all business-focused process is needed to ensure that interoperability between components is made as standardised as possible. This then enables true innovation and differentiation at a service layer, and with that come new revenue opportunities.

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After taking over Nokia brand, Microsoft now ranks higher on brand index. From Now all the Nokia Lumia mobiles are labelled as Microsoft Lumia mobiles. In the following infographic provides essential information on Microsoft Lumia 535 which is very much better and updated than Nokia Lumia 630.  This infographics compares features and specifications of Microsoft Lumia 535 and Nokika Lumia 630 Basically, it gives a good comparison between the two mobile phones so that it would be easier for buyer to make a perfect decision. Microsoft Lumia 535 is the first Windows phone from Microsoft, while Nokia has already introduced series of smartphones under the name of Lumia. This information compares features and specifications of Microsoft Lumia 535 and Nokika Lumia 630; now it’s up to users to decide which phone they should buy according to their requirements.

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The smart new Lava Iris Fuel 50 does justice to its name. It is absolutely fuelled up with a 3000 mAh battery which gives a stand-by time of up to 15 days, and a talk time of up to 16 hours, which translates into the fact that the phone can go on for 2 days without the need for charging.  Being an intuitive smartphone, it recognizes ‘double tap’ as a screen unlock gesture and uses Sign Language as a short-cut to reach apps like music and camera on a locked screen. Its 8 MP rear camera produces crystal clear images, and the 2 MP front camera clicks better selfies than any other. Powered by super fast 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor, 1 GB RAM, and latest Android v 4.4 (KitKat), the phone offers smooth multi-tasking and flawless functions. There couldn’t be any other best android phone at its cost price. Lava Iris Fuel 50

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Smartphone market in India is getting more and more competitive as big and not-so-big brands keep introducing new smartphones with extra-smart features and specifications. The case in point is Lava Iris Fuel 50, which is a feature-rich smartphone at affordable price. Moreover, this phone is now available at Infibeam – one of the fast growing e-commerce portals in India. Take a look at the features and specifications of Lava Iris Fuel 50 and make a smart decision. Iris Fuel 50 is Powered for the Long Run. This one of the latest mobile phones from Lava boasts Quad Core Processor with 1.3GHz clock speed. It has Android Kitkat v4.4 operating system. The phone has classic 12.7 cm (5.0) display and strengthened with 3000mAh Li Pol Battery. Lava Iris Fuel 50 The strong battery gives up to 15 days of stand-by time or up to 16 hours of talk time; now you can enjoy long conversations with your loved ones on this mobile. And you can go for travelling without keeping any charger! One of the interesting features of Iris Fuel 50 is sign language, which helps you access any application quickly. Switch on the display by double tapping the screen. Simply write ‘C’ if you want to use camera and your screen is not lit. For Music, just write ‘M’ with your finger. This new gesture-control will be a fun for you! For photography freaks, Lava Iris Fuel 50 boasts 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera, which ensure clarity in photos to make all moments memorable. The phone is packed with features like auto-focus, panorama, HDR mode and QR code scanner. Keeping youth in mind, the brand has equipped this phone with Android v 4.4 (KitKat) operating system with 1GB RAM and high speed 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor; now you can access as many apps as possible without any interruption. Enjoy your Lava Iris Fuel 50 on 12.7 cm (5.0) display protected by extra strong Asahi Dragon Trail Glass. Buy this phone and make your everyday life easier and fun. Infibeam is one of the popular online shopping destinations that offers great products at irresistible prices. Must-go for this Smartphone!

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Oppo is one of the latest entrants into mobile market in India. Within a short time, the brand has won many hearts with its smartphones that boast smart features & specifications. An unknown author once said, “Angels can fly directly into the heart of the matter.” In this highly advanced age, we can easily replace Angels with mobile phones . Now read the quote: Mobiles can fly directly into the heart of the matter. With nearly 100 mobile brands competing to capture market share in India, opportunity is limitless for any brand to flourish. Perhaps this could be the reason why we get to see new mobile brands mushrooming here. But many perish and brands like Oppo flourish. Since January 2014, when Oppo entered Indian market, Oppo mobiles have created much hype through its media coverage – paid and non-paid. With its latest TV commercials and press advertisements, Oppo has gained much attention of users. On top of this, the brand has roped in two celebrities with good face value – Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor. Both are Bollywood heartthrobs and enjoy humongous fan-following. Apart from its regular branding exercise, Oppo has also gone the event route as it has partnered with Champions Leagues T20 2014. Since cricket and cricketers are worshipped like religion and Gods, Oppo touched the right chord with the youth of India. Apart from cricket, Oppo has shaken hands with a reality show Bigg Boss and has become a title sponsor of this show, which is aired on Colors channel. The show enjoys immense popularity as Salman Khan plays the Bigg Boss. Oppo Find 7 With these two moves, Oppo is sure to grab more attention of Indian consumers. Moreover, sensing the trend of online shopping in India, Oppo is now selling its many smartphones through e-commerce portals. Recently, Infibeam has created a dedicated brand store of Oppo, where all mobiles of the brand are showcased. Two of the latest smartphones – Find7 and N1 – are doing well in Indian market. Since Infibeam is one of the fastest growing e-commerce portals in India, people like to visit this site and buy Oppo mobiles from this site. Moreover, Infibeam floats irresistible offers to lure its customers. You can visit this site and go to the Oppo page to check out the best smartphones at the best price. About Oppo OPPO is a globally registered technology brand, with a long history of serving customers in North America, Europe and Asia, delivering products that receive high ratings from experts around the world. Since entering the mobile market in 2008, we have been restless in our pursuit of the latest technology, the highest quality and the most user friendly products.

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1. Samsung Galaxy Note 4  The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 introduces a new sleek and stylish Galaxy design. This smartphone Features a soft and textured back cover combined with a fluid curvature to provide you with the most comfortable grip. This Galaxy Note 4 comes with premium metal frame that enhances it’s durability and beauty. Even though the Note 4 is 2.3mm taller, 0.6mm narrower and 0.2mm thicker than the Note 3, it still weighs only 8g more at 176g.  Samsung Galaxy Note 4 For more information or buy Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Here.  2. Sony Xperia Z3  Sony’s latest Z-series flagship phone is the Xperia Z3. Sony Xperia Z3 combines premium materials with the best Sony technologies that give you a better smartphone experience every hour of the day. Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone with 5.20-inch 1080×1920 display powered by 2.5GHz processor alongside 3GB RAM and 20.7-megapixel rear camera.  Sony Xperia Z3 Sony Xperia Z3 For more information or buy Sony Xperia Z3 Here.  3. LG G3  LG G3 is new era’s phone which is simple but with smartest features. The stunning features are going to make your life more managed and simplified. LG G3 smartphone with 5.50-inch 1440×2560 display powered by 2.46GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 13-megapixel rear camera.  LG G3 LG G3 For more information or buy L3 G3 here.

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CEOs of the country’s top mobile operators — Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications — have appealed to the government for extension of spectrum holdings for licenses expiring in 2015-16 and sought a “big bang” auction of airwaves to tide over network problems. In a letter written to telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, a copy of which has also been marked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, they said the measures are necessary to address the issue of spectrum shortage and also boost investor confidence. Source

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Increasing Government Expenditure for the Development of Telecom Infrastructure and Projects Such as National Optical Fiber Network to Drive Telecom Cable Market. According to the recently published report by TechSci Research, “India Telecom Cable Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019″, the telecom cable market in India is forecast to reach USD354.23 million by 2019. Growing number of telecom subscribers, growing penetration of smartphones and rising demand for high speed data transmission are the major factors propelling the demand for telecom cables in the country. With increasing data traffic, expansion of telecom infrastructure has become inevitable, thereby spurring the market for telecom cables. In 2013, advanced optical fiber cables that are designed for high speed data transfer dominated the market, holding over 50% market share in value terms. The segment is expected to continue dominating through the forecast period due to rising demand for high speed Internet on the go. The Government of India is planning to connect 250,000 Gram Panchayats in various parts of the country to their respective district blocks for stream lining various sectors healthcare, education, etc. This is expected to drive the adoption of telecom cables in rural India on the back of rising number of mobile subscribers. In addition, projects like Network for Spectrum (NFS) being implemented by the Indian Army and Indian Navy are also expected fuel the market for telecom cables in the country. In addition, the expected 4G rollout would further propel the demand for telecom cables in the country. Considering these opportunities, telecom operators are also eyeing to expand their penetration level in rural areas over the forecast period. “Increasing penetration of telecom services in rural India has emerged as the major growth driver for the Indian telecom cable market. Teledensity in India is increasing continuously due to the growing demand for high speed internet services, which cannot be catered by traditional copper cable network. On account of these factors, fiber optics cables market is expected to gain a lion’s share in India’s telecom cable market. “, said Mr. Karan Chechi, Research Director with TechSci Research, a research based global management consulting firm.

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