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Exciting technology developments don’t necessarily lead to easy money in telecoms… 5G, fibre-to-the-home, edge, artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous cars, blockchain, etc… All of these are where land- and wireless-based telecoms have a key role to play.
Openwave Mobility’s Mobile Video Industry Council meeting in London, and including Tier 1 mobile operators Deutsche Telekom, EE, KPN, MTS, Orange, Telefonica, Telus and Vodafone, expect that up to 90% of 5G traffic could be mobile video. (more…)
RingCentral UK, Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of RingCentral, Inc., a provider of global enterprise cloud communications and collaboration solutions, reports that BT has enhanced and extended its Cloud Phone solution (hosted by RingCentral) to meet the needs of medium and large enterprise customers. (more…)
Every business today is facing a host of new threats in the communications world. Telecoms service providers are no different, and the growing challenge that is VoIP and toll fraud is now estimated to cost £25.5bn globally; more than double that of credit card fraud, writes Carl Boraman, the director of strategic alliances and Tollring.
Last month saw two major telecoms and tech events take place in two very different cities, in the space of just two weeks. First came 5G World – part of London Tech Week’s TechXLR8 – which encompassed eight separate events that (more…)
Most organisations agree communications are a vital asset – after all, no business can be productive if workers can’t talk to one another, writes Paul Clarke, the UK manager for 3CX.
It feels like only yesterday that the power of 4G was unleashed on the world, offering speeds of up to 100 megabits per second and surpassing the performance of many wired networks, writes Lindsay Notwell, the senior vice president of 5G strategy and global carrier operations at Cradlepoint.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that annual global operator-billed revenues from voice and data services are expected to fall by over $50 billion (€42.67 billion) over the next 5 years, from $837 billion (€714.31 billion) last year to $785 billion (€669.93 billion) by 2022. (more…)
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