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As mobility, big data and mobile broadband continue to grow in significance, they are changing the personal- and enterprise-computing landscape. At the same time, data monetisation is becoming an emerging discussion topic, because each of these trends has potential to provide extraordinary value for businesses. The smart businesses - large or small - are already doing it and making money.
"Embarking on an African adventure" - Ayanda, our Business Development Manager, was part if this month's roundtable discussion published in Brainstorm Magazine.
A dash of algebra on wireless networks promises to boost bandwidth tenfold, without new infrastructure.
LGR launched the BI product Everywhere running on the MicroStrategy BI platform to replace the legacy CDR Insight application. The new product gives Executives the ability to pull up key metrics quickly as well as on the move with the help of a tablet. Operational Managers can perform powerful analytical queries at the speed of thought.
LGR and Teradata have formally announced their global alliance, bringing together the power of the CDRlive solution suite with the highly scalable Teradata Data Warehouse platforms. The companies will partner in the delivery of high-performance business intelligence and analytics systems that allow operators to gain real-time intelligence on Customer usage and experience.
Teradata and LGR Telecommunications team to deliver global telecom operators critical new insights.
The work of AT&T Labs, using data from the LGR-provisioned CDRlive data warehouse, features in a recent MIT Technology Review article on CDR data analysis.
LGR Telecommunications announced the launch of CDRlive RapidReport, a pioneering Software-as-a-Service business model for the CDRlive solution.
LGR Telecommunications has announced the launch of CDRlive RapidReport, a pioneering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Cloud business model for the legendary CDRlive solution that promises to put petabytes of data in the cloud.
Data warehouses aren’t just exploding in size, they’re also supporting more users and increasingly complex queries, all in shorter time frames. Here’s how to make sure yours is ready to scale.
After a rigorous vendor selection process, True Corporation has confirmed that it has selected the market-leading CDRlive solution from LGR telecommunications as the primary platform for its next-generation Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW).
Preparing for 3G licensing and the highly competitive convergence market is forcing many large telecom operators to upgrade their data warehouse and billing systems.
Data warehousing has become even more important recently as companies seek to store ever-larger and more embracive repositories of information.
For many IT managers, choosing a computing fabric often falls short of receiving the center stage attention it deserves.
In 2008, Oracle released the Oracle Database Machine. LGR Telecommunications is one Customer demonstrating just what type of data demands are calling for such high performance database solutions.
Oracle Customers LGR and Wind River shared their experiences using the HP Oracle Database Machine and Oracle Business Intelligence Applications.
Grant Salmon, CEO of LGR Telecommunications, discusses his organization's use of Oracle Exadata during the Exadata Summit in Tokyo, Japan.
For companies dealing with data overload, HP and Oracle have partnered to create the Database Machine that speeds query times and supports efficient scalability in the data warehouse.
Grant Salmon, the CEO of LGR Telecommunications, spoke about his company’s experience with the Oracle Database Machine and highlighted some very significant benefits.
LGR Telecommunications is a company that knows something about the performance of large data warehouses, but even they were a bit surprised when they benchmarked the new Oracle Exadata.
“When it comes to speed, Oracle Exadata technology has changed the game completely,” says Grant Salmon, CEO of LGR Telecommunications (LGR).
Hannes van Rooyen, Oracle's Data Warehouse Architect of the Year, finds business gold for his Customers using Oracle Database and Oracle data warehouse solutions.
The imposingly named Database Machine is essentially an all-in-one database and storage solution for companies seeking building blocks as their databases near the petabyte range.
LGR has been working with a Database Machine for over a year, while the kinks were still being ironed out. Chief architect Hannes van Rooyen says it's an ideal design for taking on massive data loads with rapid cycle times.
In what can only be described as an "extreme" keynote, Larry Ellison, Oracle's chief executive officer, announced here this afternoon that Oracle is no longer just a software company.
LGR Telecommunications has declared that its full suite of Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence solutions, including CDRlive and CDRinsight, is available for immediate release on the groundbreaking Oracle Database Machine and Oracle Exadata Storage platforms.
LGR Telecommunications has announced the launch of an integrated data warehouse and campaign management solution for Vodafone Fiji, providing a single, out-the-box solution to uphold the carrier’s competitive advantage as well as drive Customer loyalty, revenue stimulation and churn management.
LGR Telecommunications (LGR) and Emagine International have partnered to win a multi‐million dollar deal to provide an integrated data warehouse and campaign management solution for Vodafone Fiji.
LGR is tapping directly into the pulse of the network. A key aspect of the company’s success has been its ability to show businesses what that pulse means in financial and strategic terms.
LGR Telecommunications and Oracle Corporation look set to revolutionize the adoption and usage of Business Intelligence solutions within the telecommunications sector with the launch of CDRinsight, an advanced analysis and reporting engine that is based on the Oracle BI EE suite.
LGR Telecommunications is partnering with US network giant AT&T to capture all call data records (CDRs) related to the newly launched Apple iPhone, and deliver a bouquet of reports to both AT&T and Apple Inc.
Progressive carriers have already drawn the link between utilizing the full extent of their network data and achieving commercial value, but the key question is: What to do about it?
LGR Telecommunications is unlocking the data traditionally stored in billing systems to provide the key to Customer retention, reduced expenses, Customer self-service and overall competitive advantage.