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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 5)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 5)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 5)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 4)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 4)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 4)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 3)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 3)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 3)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 2)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 2)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 2)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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Reporting from CDR Data (Part 1)

Reporting from CDR Data (Part 1)

Reporting from CDR Data: Use Case (Part 1)In order to keep track of the usage of their infrastructure, telecommunications companies rely on Call Detail Records (CDRs). These are standardized (see https://www.fcs.org.uk/membergroups/billing) records that are created to...

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Trust your data – get insights, not headaches

Trust your data – get insights, not headaches

Trust your Data Data should give you insights, not headaches. Data is no more important than the knowledge one can extract from it. For data to be useful, it has to be organized: first it needs to be contextualized (by determining what information to look for), and...

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Transparent Efficiency

Transparent Efficiency

Transparent Efficiency: Divide and conquer all your data obstacles Suppose the most important televised event of the year happens tonight. You sit comfortably in front of the TV and you keep your smartphone at hand to be updated by your social media feeds. The...

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More Data, Less Space

More Data, Less Space

More Data, Less Space A lighter local repositoryInformed decisions rely on robust analytics. And robust analytics are supported by data which is well-organized, clean and readily available. In order to keep data within "arm's reach", companies keep a repository of...

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