As networks approach their physical limits, expectations have never been higher. Customers demand constant connection to stay in touch with the world, and the people that matter most. Meeting this challenge means reexamining every part of your business model, identifying latent opportunities, and facing challenges.

Learn about the elements that make a living network: virtualization, cognitive operations and consulting.

VIRTUALIZATION

Create a flexible, secure network in the cloud

Reach beyond the limits of your network’s capacity. Virtualize your network in the cloud with the competitive advantage of security, agility, scalability and service innovation.

We are a technology driven organization and introducing the latest advances is key to delivering the best of experiences to our customers. Partnering with IBM will help us enhance customer experience with intuitive capabilities and build a cost optimized, flexible and scalable IT infrastructure.

—Vishant Vora, Director, Technology & Network, Vodafone India

COGNITIVE OPERATIONS

Give the network a mind of its own

Cognitive tools enable intelligent, agile, responsive network and service operations that are self-learning and always improving.

With our partner, IBM, we are leveraging the power of the unstructured and structured data through streaming and cognitive capabilities to position ourselves effectively to meet the needs of our customers

—Damodaram "Damu" Bashyam, Vice President of IT, Verizon

CONSULTING

Reshape your business model

A network that thinks for itself gives you more bandwidth to rethink your business. IBM services can help you discover untapped potential and new directions to explore.

We are pleased to be recognized as a leader in the IDC MarketScape for Network Consulting Services and believe it reflects the strength of our business and the client satisfaction we see on a daily basis worldwide. We are committed to maintaining that level of network service delivery going forward and developing new innovations, which will bring additional value to our portfolio for the benefit of our clients.

—Max Michaels, General Manager, IBM Network Services