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April 21, 2017, Nanjing, China – ZTEsoft has announced that its Annual Summit will be held in Nice, France on May 18, 2017. This will be the company’s fifth Annual Summit and will bring together executives from major communication service providers (CSPs) and industry experts to collaborate on and learn more about the industry’s most pressing issues. (more…)
A survey by connected commerce specialist DOCOMO Digital has found that if economic, regulatory and technological conditions stay the same, carrier billing revenue in Asia Pacific (APAC) will grow by 63% by 2020, double that of Western Europe’s projection of 27% growth. (more…)
Allot Communications Ltd, a provider of security and monetisation solutions that enable communication service providers (CSPs) to protect and personalise the digital experience, is collaborating with Intel Security. (more…)
Luminet and CCS report that they have partnered and planned the roll out of a small cell backhaul and enterprise network across London. (more…)
Digital transformation has been a key driver in the telecoms business for the last two years or so, though as with so many trends and shifts in our industry, it’s open to a number of takes and interpretations. Sean Casey, the director of Convergent Solutions at CSG International, discusses how the digital transformation journey is progressing
Chris Newton-Smith is the chief marketing officer of Redknee. Here he tells George Malim how, as communications service providers (CSPs) transform to become digital service providers (DSPs), they are entering new markets, bundling propositions with new partners and putting significant stresses on BSS in doing so. Newton-Smith warns that a slick front end is only part of the answer; CSPs must do the hard work of connecting it with their BSS infrastructure if they want the flexibility and time to market required to compete in the digital services market.
Gemini Waghmare is the founder and chief executive of UXP Systems. Here he tells George Malim that for communications service providers (CSPs) to survive and thrive in the digital services market, they need to position themselves as the broker of users’ digital identities. Doing so puts them at the heart of the digital services value chain and enables them to tap into indirect sources of revenue such as advertising and direct revenues from supplying data insights and added value to partners and customers. Their trusted relationships with customers, their physical infrastructure and their ability to handle complexity at great scale positions them well to achieve the transformation from CSPs to digital service providers (DSPs)
The development of 5G will enable what we commonly refer to as future networks, but what will this mean for us? The future networks shall fulfil a number of requirements, including the following ones: (more…)
Today at the UN, 193 world leaders will adopt the Global Goals, a series of 17 ambitious goals to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice and tackle climate change for everyone by 2030. (more…)
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