TOP STORIES
M1 & IDA to create 'fiber hydrants'
To install about 100 above-ground boxes and connect them to 100-Mbps enterprise-class fiber
• Don't wait to act on big data
• 4K video is here and now, but uncertainties remain
• Satellite, mobile industries gear up for spectrum fight
• 180 MHz of TV white space to open up in November

VIDEOS
Hosting centers to help cellos launch digital services
   
Delivering quality video is not a given
   
Driving the Internet of Things
   
Managed services face dramatic change
   
Video need a hybrid network delivery mechanism
   
How to offer personalized video experience?
   
Why are governments adopting Smart City concepts?
   
Mobile broadband stretches limits of networks
   
How do you achieve an excellent mobile broadband network?
   
CEM is more than business and operations focused

SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS
• BYOD is 'tip of the iceberg for change'
• Content is king, telcos are queen
• Emerging markets should look beyond the home to cash in on FTTH
• Fail quickly or suffer slow - Telstra Global
• Integrated channels crucial for mobile advertising success
• Satellite sector shaken by outside innovation
• Telcos missing from social media conversation with customers
  INDUSTRY NEWS
• BYOD pushes mobile browser management
• First GSM-LTE dynamic spectrum sharing trial completed
• Huawei Ascend P7 debuts in SEA
• GNUM works with telcos to offer URL-based calling service
• Lack of content availability is top piracy contributor
• RAD takes NFV to the edge
• RugGear sets up SEA headquarters in Singapore
• Smart corporate badges feature GPS tracker
• StarHub taps Tektronix Comm for RAN analytics
• Students create robot cars
SHOW DAILY
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• Don't wait to act on big data
• Emerging markets should look beyond the home to cash in on FTTH
• BYOD is 'tip of the iceberg for change'

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• 4K video is here and now, but uncertainties remain
• Content is king, telcos are queen
• HTS satellite will remain 'a niche play in Asia'

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• Minister Ibrahim outlines building blocks for smart nation
• M1 & IDA to create 'fiber hydrants'
• Big data privacy policies focus on wrong problem

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• 180 MHz of TV white space to open up in November
• Satellite sector shaken by outside innovation
• Students create robot car

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COMMENTARY
• Big may be beautiful, but small is manageable
• Crossing the mobile security chasm
• Fiber's best friend: wireless
• Getting more out of your spectrum assets
• If you don't connect the unconnected, Google will
• Internet of everything: pigs, cows and football
• Match strategy to customers' spending patterns
SATELLITE
• Arianespace counters low-cost startups with more flexibility
• HTS satellite will remain 'a niche play in Asia'
• Inmarsat reveals IsatHub for smart devices
• Satellite sector shaken by outside innovation
• SES flying high on DTH market growth
• Thaicom makes in-flight broadband debut with Nok Air deal
SHOWSTOPPERS
  Newtec unveils newest satellite platform
The Newtec Dialog platform is a scalable and flexible multiservice satellite communications platform that allows satellite service providers to build and adapt their network easily as their business grows. Meet Newtec Dialog at CommunicAsia 2014
     
  Multi-screen advertising with SeaChange
The SeaChange Infusion empowers service providers to maximize advertising revenue across multi-screen, broadcast, on-demand and OTT viewing.
     
  Multi-screen strategies that pay: TrueVisions case study
Join Verimatrix for the Multi-network Solutions in the Real World Forum at CommunicAsia for a case study discussion that explores TrueVisions' business model and approach to the market to maintain its leadership position.