Telecom Asia helps business marketers reach decision-makers from the telecom industry through a portfolio of online media, newsletters, custom content and events. The group is the independent and authoritative information source for Influential telco executives globally – offering news, analysis and context to help the telecom community understand the business application of new technologies and trends.
A team of telecom journalists, with more than 50 years of combined experience covering the industry, has the expertise and contacts to give country-specific and sector-specific analysis on a wide range of technology and business topics.
Telecom Asia’s range of marketing solutions, custom events and tailor-made campaigns can be integrated into your yearly promotional plan, to help you meet your specific marketing goals.
Our titles include Telecom Asia, which was launched in 1990, and a series of special e-Reports covering hot topics including LTE, 5G, Mobile Internet, Big Data, SDN, Carrier Ethernet, B/OSS and Future TV. Telecom Asia is the market-leader in the region, reaching 15,007 service providers and enterprise users across the region each issue.
Our specialized websites attract a global audience of more than 73,000 unique visitors per month while our e-newsletters are sent to over 30,000 telecoms professionals every day. In addition to a wide-range of monthly print publications, we produce an ever-growing number of sector-specific e-newsletters for niche industry segments.
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|John Tanner - firstname.lastname@example.org
John is editor-in-chief and has been covering the Asia-Pacific telecoms industry for Telecom Asia since 1996. He has two degrees in telecommunications and has worked for six years in the US radio industry in various technical and advisory capacities, covering radio and satellite equipment maintenance, studio networking, news writing and production, the latter of which earned him several regional and national awards.
|Stefan Hammond - email@example.com
Stefan Hammond is managing editor for Telecom Asia. He has previously served as Technology Editor for Questex Media's Enterprise Group and Editor of Computerworld Hong Kong, which he first joined in 2002. Hammond has written about enterprise storage, security, operating systems, open source, cloud computing, big data, IT in Macau, corporate blogging, Hong Kong government tech initiatives, etc. Hammond is also a two-time winner of the Best Business Technology Journalist Award from Media Connect Asia.
|Fiona Chau - firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona is online editor for Telecomasia.net. She has been covering the Asian telecom industry for the company since 2000.
|Dylan Bushell-Embling - email@example.com
Dylan is online news editor for Telecomasia.net. He is an ITC freelance journalist based in Melbourne. He started as a freelancer in 1996 after graduating from the University of Canberra has contributed to a variety of print and online publications, including Computerworld Australia, CIO Australia, CSO Australia, Next (IT section of the Age/Sydney Morning Herald), the Australian Quarterly, Computerworld Hong Kong, Technology Decisions and Australian Life Scientist.
|Tony Poulos - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony is the Video Anchor & Columnist at Telecom Asia. In addition to being a regular speaker, moderator and chairman at industry conferences worldwide, he has been a Contributing Analyst for IDC, writes freelance for a number of industry publications and Managing Editor of DisruptiveViews.com. Tony headed up the Revenue Management Initiative of the TM Forum until 2010, then as Market Strategist and Editor of online content including Inform portal and newsletters until July 2014.
|Don Sambandaraksa - Dons@questexasia.com
Don is a Southeast Asia correspondent for TelecomAsia.net. Previously he was with the Bangkok Post for more than seven years writing on enterprise technology and IT policy before the section closed at the end of 2010. Based in Bangkok with an intimate knowledge of the local telecom industry, he is now expanding his horizons across the region. Before becoming a full-time journalist, he was a civil servant in Thailand's ICT Ministry and has a background in computer science.