Frost & Sullivan predicts 2014 will see “extreme, perhaps even radical” change in information and communication technologies and how these technologies will be leveraged. Consumers will be exposed to new forms of access technologies and integrated service offerings, while enterprises will increasingly virtualize communications and computing operations, the firm says.

In particular, the cloud will become less of a fad and more of a routine approach, Frost & Sullivan predicts. Operators will scramble to implement cutting-edge systems and technologies that transparently enable an expanding diversity of devices and capabilities.

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