August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
OFTA to investigate CSL's 21-Mbps speed claims

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
To encourage mass adoption of mobile payments services, market players need to leverage their existing customer relationships and motivate retailers

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
Regulatory compliance and risk management are two cornerstones of mobile money service

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
Virtualization technology is impacting data centers in numerous ways, but the path to cloud-based services is anything but smooth

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
Telcos face more restrictions in entering the broadcast market than broadcasters trying to tap telecoms

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
Network and IT outsourcing in Japan is still a big business

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
The legal debacle threatens to derail Skype's proposed $1 billion IPO

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
Public-private NBN partnerships are rewriting the rules of broadband competition and making facilities-based monopolies fashionable again - and no one's going to come out of it intact

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
LG and Samsung take share from the old guard Nokia, Motorola and Sony Ericsson

August 10, 2009
Telecom Asia
The sale of the remaining Nortel assets continues

August 07, 2009
Billing and OSS Supplement
OSS taken out of the critical path of making changes to products, their installation and support

August 07, 2009
Billing and OSS Supplement
If service providers want to be more than 'dumb pipes,' they have to deliver a consistent customer experience to all user segments

August 06, 2009
SearchTelecom
Service providers need to consider rational IP traffic management solutions, including bandwidth caps or limits and packet inspection technologies

August 04, 2009
SearchTelecom
DPI may be controversial but it is still a critical traffic management tool for telcos

August 03, 2009
SearchTelecom
Ericsson's winning bid for Nortel's North American wireless assets gives it an early launchpad into the 4G market

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It's all about being connected, but what does that mean for telcos?
Being connected anywhere, anytime, anyhow is the cornerstone of Amdocs ' Connected World' concept. Kevin Corcoran explains how it works.    
 

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Robert Clark
Telstra-NBN unlikely to be major wholesalers, says Ovum
Joseph Waring
Bad customer service is everywhere in the telco industry
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A heads of agreement, not a final deal
Lisa Mitnick, Accenture
Operators are positioned to take the lead in embedded mobile systems by leveraging their strong brands and sales and marketing capabilities
John C. Tanner
It's not clear how consumers benefit from industry-preferred model of exclusive TV content contracts
Robert Clark
Try a checklist if your company has walls that need breaking down or information to be shared

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Backhaul networks deserve the same type of undivided attention we've traditionally given radios

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After years of losing ground to Amazon in traditional online retailing

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Industry experts put their heads together and stick their necks out to call the big trends for 2010
As 2009 draws to a close, take a look at some of the top 20 stories that our readers clicked most during the year

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Editor's shock at $2,000 data service bill
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Lim Chuan Poh will vacate his position by year-end

MWC2010 List

MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2010
HTC guns for top 3 smartphone makers
Powermat wants to charge your desktop
Femtos outlook improves as cellcos seek offload options
Cheaper smartphones key to broadband takeup