Today, telecommunications service providers face unprecedented challenges, including diversified competition, increased pricing pressure, and heightened customer expectations. As a result, the technologies (5G, IoT, MEC, ORAN, Hybrid Cloud, etc.) that underpin the services offered by telcos are inexorably evolving towards a software-defined, multi-vendor landscape, hosted primarily on transparent infrastructure (cloud).
While these elements directly enable a great deal of flexibility and capability, they also increase the complexity of efficiently ensuring optimal network operations. Reailize leverages its global experience in designing, building, and operating networks coupled with a proprietary IP Repository composed of BPM, AI, Analytics, and Automation tooling to inject Automation Intelligence into every aspect of telco operations.
As a result, our customers experience significant operational expense reductions while simultaneously improving the quality of the network services they provide.
Reailize delivers Automation Intelligence that profitably transforms customers’
rollout process by decreasing time-to-market while increasing network quality.
Reailize injects Ambitious Innovation into customers’ agile growth and development by leveraging the latest technologies in a NetDevOps Framework to operate highly automated networks.
Reailize provides Analytical Intuition that enables customers to continuously engage in data-driven technology disruption, extract business intelligence to predict and prepare for dynamic network changes, and meet customer acquisition and retention needs.
Our differentiated solution-centric approach facilitates telecommunications network transformation. Let’s join forces to Reailize monetized and optimized network operations.
Our differentiated solution- centric approach facilitates Telecommunications Network Transformation. So, let’s join forces to Reailize monetized and optimized network operations.
Transparency in American Health Care Coverage
This link leads to the machine-readable files made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule. It includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.