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The telecoms industry continues to see operators and Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) battling for customer supremacy and market share, says Jaco Fourie, chief product officer at Qvantel. Telcos are increasingly looking at ways to cut costs, differentiate their revenue streams, and meet ever changing consumer needs and demands.
Now, more than ever, it’s important to remain connected. Especially in this “new world” characterised by a global pandemic, lockdown, and the missing of loved ones we need that contact we are so greatly missing, says Olman Tsoi Barber, SVP of product at Synchronoss.
5G could represent an opportunity for mobile operators to redefine their role in supporting their enterprise customers. In doing so they could create US$1.5 trillion (€1.27 trillion) in value by 2030. More...
Analysys Mason report: Operator spending on monetisation platforms declined by 3% in 2017, but 5G will drive demand
5G has been steadily bringing the benefits of speed and scale to the forefront, and is clearly going to change the world of communication in ways never before realised. But who is going to benefit from all these investments? When one reads about 5G in mainstream media, it is often misleading, says Dheeraj Remella, chief […]
With the ongoing pandemic and the continuing demand to upgrade networks to accommodate new technologies around 5th Generation mobile communications (5G), the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), for instance, network performance management has never been more important.
CSPs face considerable market challenges that can be addressed by a more personalised approach to their customers. There are many opportunities to innovate in this area, to introduce new services that customers will find valuable, increase the opportunity for direct contact to learn more about individual customer needs and to build trust in the CSP […]