Become a Digital Service Provider with DNS

By Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing

Posted on January 10, 2017 in: Marketing

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Telecom providers are taking steps to transform from communications service providers (CSPs) to digital service providers (DSPs). In doing so, they are shifting their focus from being network-centric to subscriber-centric. This is crucial. It’s no longer about how a subscriber interacts with a service provider’s network; now, the focus is almost entirely on how the service provider can enrich the subscriber’s digital lifestyle. That’s a substantial shift in thinking and market approach.

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Digital Transformation is Happening. So Where’s the Paradox?

By Brian Metzger, Vice President of Global Marketing

Digital Transformation Paradox

Posted on September 21, 2016 in: General, Marketing

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Our CEO Gary Messiana was recently interviewed by Light Reading CEO Steve Saunders to discuss how Nominum is accelerating the digital transformation efforts of communication service providers (CSPs), and to shed light on what we’re calling the “digital transformation paradox.”

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The Paradox of Service Provider Digital Transformation

By Gary Messiana, CEO

Posted on May 10, 2016 in: General, Marketing, Network, Security

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When it comes to digital transformation, an interesting paradox exists for Communication Service Providers (CSPs): great demand has been placed on their networks by over-the-top players, content providers and even device manufacturers, forcing providers to focus their efforts on network infrastructure projects to keep pace. At the same time, CSPs haven’t been able to concentrate on their own digital product and service offerings. While most of the world is moving to digital, CSPs have been hindered from implementing the necessary strategies and technologies to capitalize on this growing movement. Market demands have forced them to enable this shift while they anxiously watch from the sidelines—awaiting their turn. Now, the tide is turning as the capacity and cost efficiencies that providers have built into their networks are allowing them to re-focus and get in front of the digital transformation imperative.

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