Top five telecom trends for 2021

After a year of unforeseen global disruption, we look ahead to what is in store for the telecoms sector in 2021, a year that will be defined by recovery and resilience, and ask what major developments will come to define the industry.

As 2021 begins, questions as to how to survive COVID-19’s disruption will shift towards how successful organisations have evolved – and where some organisations have failed to embrace change.

While stifling innovation in many areas, such as with the somewhat hamstrung rollout of 5G, the pandemic has certainly accelerated many technology trends already in motion. As these faltering developments from previous years regain their momentum, a new range of improvements will come to support and augment the industry as it embarks on the road to recovery.

Cerillion plc (LON:CER) is a leading provider of billing, charging and customer management systems with more than 20 years’ experience delivering its solutions across a broad range of industries including the telecommunications, finance, utilities and transportation sectors.

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