Neo4j’s Emil Eifrem explains a new way of looking at data that will enable companies to better understand and problem-solve the components, services and behaviours that make up hyper-connected telecommunications and enterprise networks.

Currently four of the top five global telecoms companies use graph database software as a way of working with their data. Why? Because service assurance requires performance and predictability, such as monitoring real-time end-user experience for automated responses. Because of their native graph storage, graph databases find it easy to query such complexity at scale, easily outperforming relational databases (RDBMS) and other NoSQL data stores. This provides a very strong and flexible new data model.

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