Telecom Big Data Tends to Be Widely Used in Disease Control, States Teleresearchlabs in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com15 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To date, a trend is rapidly striking root as how telecom big data is being increasingly adapted for disease control thus improving healthcare system. A diversity of methods and ways are being exploited to put big data in harness in this regard. In the past few years, a number of studies and cases, in which mobile big data has been employed to prevent the epidemic, played center stage, thus substantiating the claims. For instance, the transmission of the Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) in the Caribbean region was to put a stop with the help of telecom big data.
The United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC) has recently published an article evaluating the usage of big data for official statistical figures in the Caribbean, marking that the use of spatial big data generated through the use of location-based services on mobiles was utilised to underpin healthcare, and to develop measures to deal with the eruption of CHIKV transversing the region.
Topical market report “Worldwide Mobile Big Data Market 2016-2020” elaborated by Teleresearchlabs offers a fresh way of looking at big data. The study examines simplified technical concepts, key market growth drivers and challenges, risk assessment, value creation, and investment priorities. It discusses innovative business use cases, analysis and decision making. The report gives details about the global dominant telecommunication companies’ case studies covering projects, development, timelines and prospective strategies. The study examines the leading telco-focused big data vendors including profiles, market positioning, solutions and investments priorities. Furthermore, detailed forecasts of the global big data market growth trajectory to 2020 are included. The study concludes with an overview of big data best practices and recommendations for telephony service providers.
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