The role of Chief Data Officer will expand rapidly over the next few years, but just half of them will be successful, new research has claimed.
The CEO of Vodafone Netherlands said operators must do more to communicate the benefits of big data with their customers.
Ericsson has unveiled a new platform designed to help TV operators understand their customers better.
By Intent HQ’s Taya Vernon
These days, the main discernible difference between two telco brands is often the way they treat their customers.
Telefónica’s big data monetisation chief has revealed he would have preferred a smaller market than China as the Spain-based operator looks to entice others to use its technology to generate revenues from mobile subscribers.
Telefónica and China Unicom have created a new joint venture in China that aims to promote the Spain-based operator’s big data technology.
Cisco and Intersec have signed a strategic partnership designed to offer a more comprehensive big data analytics proposition to operators.
IBM has made its largest investment in Europe in more than two decades by selecting Munich as the global headquarters for a new Watson Internet of Things business unit.
Vodafone has backed calls from the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) for an open discussion on how to harness big data while maintaining the privacy of citizens.
Ericsson has dived deeper into the shipping sector by partnering with satellite company Inmarsat.
VimpelCom’s Russian opco Beeline has signed up Yandex Data Factory to provide a range of big data capabilities.
Telefónica has acquired a specialist big data company as it looks to better predict customer behaviour and offer more personalised services.
Organisations are turning a blind eye to the opportunities offered by harnessing big data, a new report has found.
Vodafone is a "risk averse" company that does not see innovation as a priority, its former Head of Analytics has claimed, in comments that highlight the struggles operators face in monetising their customer data.
Nokia has launched two analytics services for operators looking to improve internal procedures and monetise data externally.
Concrete details of operators’ big data projects remain thin on the ground, so it was pleasing to see BT and Cloudera shed some light last month on what they are doing.
HP reported its latest financial results as it readies itself for what its CEO said was one of the largest and most complex separations ever undertaken.
BT has revealed it is using Cloudera’s big data technology to improve its broadband service and get a more unified view of its enterprise customers.
The big data software market is set to grow nearly sixfold by 2019, according to new research, as companies formally roll out the technology.
Videos from European Communications’ fourth annual big data seminar featuring Telefónica, Amdocs, Arthur D Little and Ineoquest are now available to view.
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