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The SIM card is a technology that most of us are familiar with, present in mobile phones since the early nineties. A SIM card is a piece of hardware which contains data that authenticates us with our mobile operator, enabling us to connect to a network and receive a mobile connection.
Communications service providers (CSPs) spend about 90% of their capital expenditure (CapEx) budget on the network, so it would be reasonable to assume that network transformation represents a core component of digital transformation. But this is not necessarily the case.
We hear a lot about edge networking in the data centre space these days and telcos, of course, are very much part of that equation. But what about the applications and services at the front end of the business? More...
(SPONSORED) — What’s next for roaming? Changing regulations in different parts of the world, increased competition, the adoption of internet-based roaming alternatives and several other complex factors have led to a challenging environment. At a time when subscriber expectations for Quality of Experience (QoE) and overall demand for data services have reached their highest recorded […]
In the race to digital transformation, telcos, ISPs and hosting providers are under intensive pressure to perform. Telecommunications industry executives are scrambling to migrate their organisations to the cloud, convert to 5G, integrate AI, analyse big data, adopt blockchain and not get left behind. At the same time, their organisations are under constant scrutiny to […]
(Sponsored News): Service providers continue to struggle with significant telecom fraud losses despite having implemented sophisticated revenue assurance processes and fraud management systems. While quantifying the exact financial impact of fraud is difficult, as it often takes place in the background, leading industry organisations and assurance companies estimate that between 0.6%¹ to 2%² of total […]