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Posted by abrown @ 26/02/2015 13:41:00
Running between aircraft-hanger sized halls, back-to-back meetings, endless drinks receptions and sore feet: yup, it’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) time again which read more

Posted by abrown @ 19/02/2015 12:00:00
Low-Power, Wide-Area (LPWA) networks are opening up new IoT use cases where connectivity costs are expressed in dollars per year rather than dollars per month. LPWA networks seek to address a sweet spot of high ... read more

Posted by abrown @ 17/02/2015 17:33:00
Every year, Strategy Analytics puts together list of likely predictions that will shape the year ahead in the Internet of Things (IoT). 2014 saw the industry move away from the term M2M and towards a more open and obsessively... read more

Posted by dmercer @ 16/01/2015 17:34:00
One of the key trends at CES 2015 was the widespread renewed interest in audio. After 15 years or so of “digital” (ie online) music in the form, primarily, of convenient but low grade MP3 downloadsand streamed services, it seems that industry majors are finally ready to persuade a ne... read more

Posted by pkendall @ 16/12/2014 09:39:00
Yesterday's announcement that BT is now in exclusive talks with DT and Orange to acquire EE, will leave the UK's other mobile operators evaluating their strategies. In our report last month, BT to Buy its Way to Top Spot... read more

Posted by dmercer @ 08/12/2014 15:17:00
Our latest survey results are just in from the US and the results make very encouraging reading for the Ultra ... read more

Posted by srudd @ 16/10/2014 03:31:00
Mobile Network Operators today are looking to cache video content closer to the edge to minimize latency and jitter. They are now deploying vendor solutions that cache data for retransmission on edge routers at the base of the cell tower or even in memory on base stations themse... read more

Posted by srudd @ 09/10/2014 20:22:00
Axel Clauberg credits a colleague at Deutsche Telekom with the quote that ‘Virtualized Chaos is still Chaos’. There have bee... read more

Posted by srudd @ 02/10/2014 11:10:00
Signaling is changing because networks are changing. Not only have transport protocols proliferated, but so have APIs and Interfaces that request service functionality in real time for HSS Authentication, Subscriber Data Management, Billing, Poli... read more

Posted by wablondi @ 01/10/2014 21:05:00
On September 30, AT&T hosted a group of financial analysts to learn details of their progress and p... read more

Posted by dmercer @ 10/09/2014 09:47:00
The television industry is in the middle of the greatest period of change in its history. It has been long pre... read more

Posted by dmercer @ 04/09/2014 13:45:00
It’s not news that television is changing, but much of the reporting and analysis, even in the industry ... read more

Posted by wablondi @ 22/08/2014 00:51:00
Summer’s not over and neither is the stream of new entrants in the Smart Home market. Last week read more

Posted by wablondi @ 15/08/2014 00:21:00
Those tracking the Smart Home market have seen a plethora of DIY systems debuting recently – Wink... read more

Posted by swelshdegrimaldo @ 06/08/2014 16:14:00
Sprint has decided not to pursue the acquisition of T-Mobile US, and is replacing CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar’s read more

Posted by dmercer @ 16/07/2014 18:06:00
Like most former incumbent or monopoly utilities or telecoms providers, the UK’s British Gas suffers perhaps unduly from a residual image problem associated with the “bad old days” and remains an easy target for lazy comedians. Not that everything in the modern utility market ga... read more

Posted by dmercer @ 11/07/2014 17:12:00
A lone thorn amongst roses, I sat with a group of wireless analysts this week listening to Qualcomm and EE explain why broadcasting was a good way of getting the same content to lots of people at the same time. It’s 94 years since Marconi started broadcasting entertainment wirelessly from h... read more

Posted by gyang @ 17/06/2014 03:57:00
I attended SDN and OpenFlow APAC Congress and Mobile Asia Expo in past weeks. During these great events, I received impressive briefings about SDN and NFV from leading vendors and also ha... read more

Posted by gyang @ 17/06/2014 03:55:00
Mobile Asia Expo 2014 (MAE 2014) was held in Shanghai last week. Except traditional telecom players, some emerging Chinese MVNOs were also performing on the show. Chinese MVNOs that had a booth in the expo include:

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Posted by srudd @ 05/06/2014 09:54:00
Recent Surveys indicate that Mobile Operators have an opportunity to promote new premium Video service bundles for fans of World Cup football, ‘futbol’, ‘footie’ or ‘soccer’ as Americans call... read more

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