The rise of remote software

This is a sponsored post. To find out more about sponsored content on Technology Bloggers, please visit our Privacy Policy.

In the modern era, businesses must adapt to market conditions in order to sustain their profitability. Optimization is achieved through conservation of time, budget and human resource. Enterprises can thrive by the input of information systems that consist of various components such as data mining, remote software usage and business utility tools.

Such an impetus not only allows existent businesses to prosper, but also allows emerging enterprises to profit from technological intervention. A good example in this regard is that of Geometry Information Systems, which is pushing space scientists to enter the business market. The system is focused on planetary mapping, remote sensing and data mining.

Business Process Optimization

System administration
Modern businesses have a prerequisite of strong IT driven systems. Remote systems aid the management process of ‘system administration’.

This is because system administration is concerned with relaying information, and can be a major time constraint. A remote system allows one system admin to manage even hundred computer systems in distant offices.

Global broadband connections mapBusinesses utilize interconnectivity for effective communication, but it can be a challenge as well. Effective interconnectivity is made possible through remote connectivity.

The expansion of communication means that the enterprise needs to be in contact with more people than before. Telecommuters, who work remote from anywhere, serve as a communication conduit.

Consumer engagement
Consumer engagement and remote support are directly proportional. The Accenture Global Consumer Survey indicates that retention of customers has become difficult owing to the multiple options they have. More than 65% of the consumers agreed that they tend to change services when they are not satisfied with the communication feedback. In such models, the communication has to be instantaneous and, more importantly, useful.

Remote support means that the client engagement is conducted in a rapid manner without spending extra on human resources. Since the communication can be engaged from any digital interface, travel costs are also reduced.

Outsource service management
The current business model relies a lot of outsource services. And software is necessary to create efficient systems that don’t require extra man power. A study model suggests that outsourcing within businesses and IT tools, such as remote software, allow optimal profit.

The idea is that non-core businesses can be outsourced, while core businesses can remain in contact with non-core using a remote control solution. Such a model also enhances the ‘technology ability’ of a company, which is an important indicator for many businesses.

Increasing value of human resource
Usage of remote systems allows enterprises to improve the quality of their human resource without extra cost. The World Business Council for Sustainable Development has generated a good model with their ‘Business Ecosystems Training’ program.

Programs such as these allow businesses to up-to-date their employees on latest technological improvement on a remote basis. Furthermore, the sense of sustainable profitability is also inculcated in employees, increasing their value. Such initiatives have been taken by the likes of Monsanto, an agriculture technology giant.

Remote systems are increasingly impacting business activities. Their usage allows not only a competitive edge but also helps businesses enhance the quality of their services. By maintaining a smoothly functioning communication management infrastructure, over time the profitability of the business is also enhanced.

The Role of the Multiservice Processor in Your Business

Technology plays a key role in growth of businesses. Every business wants a platform that’s effective for both clients and customers. The cost of media gateways and wireless controllers are some of the considerations business owners need to look into.

For reducing costs of inventory and speeding up delivery to the market, companies need to integrate the latest solutions such as multiservice processors. Multiservice processors are devices that are compatible with softwares provided by industry leaders, allowing businesses to combine several line cards.

They link to an external communication processor provided by different companies, enabling optimal networking to reduce costs and speed up delivery time. The processors rely on cost-effective solutions which are based on internet protocol (IP), and allows for TMD migration.

A multiservice processor makes space for IP-cards and allows for more connections (SONET/SDH) without requiring additional boards. This allows businesses to take advantage of the most cost-effective TDM or IP lines. Multiple and propriety protocols are supported by these processors including ML/MC-PPP, PWE3, HDLC and ATM. Backward integration is also possible with programming for a connection with non-standard devices.

An ARM processor chipThese processors are flexible and can be used with existing hardware and software platforms. They increase the existing bandwidth, which is important for a growing business, and allows customer to reduce costs by providing support for extra connections. With these processors, the bi-directional bandwidth data of a device can be share by three different protocols at a single time. Ethernets ports and latest ARM processors are integrated as well.

The latest generations of multiservice processors are available for businesses to implement in their ongoing operations. Many different companies specialize in the software that connects to the processor like LSI.

Multiservice processor versions feature IPsec data-encryption for different keys including 128 and 192, and can go up to 256. Different chips offer a set of resources which are able to meet the requirements of different operating systems. Addressing muxponders and transponders along with switching (OTN) requirement is also a feature of multiservice processors.

There’s integration of Ethernet which is carrier based allows to overcome challenges presented by the backhaul of mobile and packet data. Some models also include mapping and SDH framing that makes a cross connection with the carriers, allowing them to transition packet transport (SDH/SONET).

Advanced processors can provide compatibility for UNI links or beyond 80 IMA groups. They also feature packet processing and HDLC. As a result, businesses can take advantage of performance monitoring and synchronous clocking.

This aggregated service is assisting businesses in an increasingly gadget-dominated world. Businesses in different industries are now able to switch from traditional to new IP networks with minimal costs and downtime. Another advantage for businesses is the use of a common platform from switching of TDM to ATM.

For base station controllers and media gateways, the processors provide a state-of the art solution system. Businesses can also use them for multiservice applications such as 4G/LTE wireless access, taking advantage of the high bandwidth.

Businesses making use of multiservice processors will benefit from low costs, increased bandwidth and durable digital storage.