The world’s fastest data warehouse for hybrid and multi-cloud environments gives telecommunication companies a sharpened competitive edge (especially when preparing for 5G) with real-time speed, petabyte scale, and industry-leading deployment flexibility.
While most industries today rely on data and data analytics, perhaps none do that to the same level as telecommunications companies. From business support systems to network operations (including preparation for 5G) to customer care to marketing, telecom companies have a greater need than ever for fast, efficient, data analytics. But, unfortunately, neither aging legacy platforms like IBM Netezza and Teradata (or even Apache Hadoop), nor cloud-only options like Snowflake, offer the price/performance and flexibility they need.
Whether the need is to optimize the customer experience, generate profitable business decisions from data trapped in of data lakes, or take full advantage of all the possibilities of new 5G networks, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse delivers an unfair competitive advantage. Its highly scalable architecture delivers 100X performance at enterprise scale, enabling telecom companies to build a real-time, standards-based analytics platform that leverages existing tools, models, and investments in the cloud or on-premises, while providing breakthrough price/performance and flexibility far beyond what alternatives can provide.
One of the largest mobile operators in Latin America, and one of the top 10 operators in the world, provides telecommunications and value-added services to millions of mobile users and business customers. Yellowbrick helps it analyze billions of records of data daily, safeguarding millions in revenue that was at risk with a legacy Netezza system that was incapable of doing real-time reconciliation.See Other Customer Stories
Analysts can run queries 20X faster on a 600TB database than with the legacy Netezza platform.
1TB of new data can now be analyzed instantly on a daily basis, an 8X improvement.
Yellowbrick has safeguarded millions per month that were at risk due to the inability to validate revenue and reconcile payments to SIM card retailers in real time.
The operator replaced several racks of Netezza with a Yellowbrick system that takes only 10U of space in a single rack--saving several million dollars in data center costs per year.