By Keith Willetts, Chairman, TM Forum
By CloudSense CEO Richard Britton
Most of us in telecoms know about threats and opportunities and how sometimes they can turn out to be the same thing.
By Askar Sheibani, Comtek CEO and Entrepreneurship Champion for Wales
By John Davis, Manager Director at BCSG
The time has come for telcos to take the step towards becoming providers of cloud-based applications and services to their business customers.
By Adrian Baschnonga, Lead Telecommunications Analyst at EY
By Mark Windle, Head of Marketing at OpenCloud
Despite the successful launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, and with the latest iPads unveiled on Thursday evening receiving an underwhelming media response, it is becoming increasingly clear that handsets are no longer a decisive factor in consumers’ choice of network.
By Hartwig Tauber, Director General of FTTH Council Europe
There is common agreement that rural areas would benefit the most from fibre to the home (FTTH) broadband networks. The good news is that FTTH is indeed possible in these rural areas.
By Chris Cowan, Associate Director, Coleago Consulting
In mature markets such as the UK, communication services penetration, encompassing mobile, fixed voice and data and paid TV content, is reaching near saturation.
By Richard Britton, CEO of CloudSense
Which new technologies will have the most impact on telecommunications companies in 2015 or even 2020? In my view there’s no clear answer.
By Vincent Rousselet, Vice President, Market Insight and Strategy, Amdocs
By Chris Lowe, Business Development Manager at Openmind Networks
It’s a commonly held belief across the mobile industry that there is no tangible business case for RCS.
By Adrian Baschnonga, Global Telecoms Lead at EY
The Internet of Things is maturing rapidly as a widening ecosystem of carriers, technology providers and start-ups look to take advantage of the world of connected devices.
By Adam Spearing AVP for Salesforce in EMEA
These days the connected consumer – continually online via their smartphone, tablet and now wearable device – is firmly in the driving seat, choosing exactly how and when they interact with brands.
By Nigel Eastwood, CEO of New Call Telecom
This time last year, Virgin Media launched the UK’s first quad-play bundle. It caused quite a stir. For the first time, customers could access broadband, TV, fixed-line and mobile services from a single supplier.
By Lokesh Dadhich, Principal at Arthur D. Little Dubai and Vikram Gupta, Manager at Arthur D. Little London
Big data is an invaluable strategic lever for telecom operators to reverse the revenue decline trend affecting markets worldwide.
By Mike Sloman, Vice President Business Development at Firstsource Solutions
By Todd Carothers, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Products at CounterPath
As Whatsapp finally gets around to launching its much-anticipated voice service, and more and more operators prepare to become best of frenemies with rival internet app providers, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the telco battle against OTT services had been lost. You’d be wrong.
By Charlie Ashton, Director of Business Development at Wind River
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a topic that’s been increasingly coming up when we talk with telecom service providers about their Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) plans.
By Martin Morgan, VP Marketing, Openet
The mobile market is at its most competitive since it emerged over 30 years ago.
By Mark Gibbs, Director, Product Management, Guavus
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