The traditional network provider role played by operators has given them the basis to move confidently beyond network management services to security and application management, and soon, mobility services Service providers have made their i
Bangladesh's Grameen Phone used innovative prepaid technology to tap into the allegedly "unprofitable" rural segment
All up, 2006 has been a good year for the satellite industry - if you don't count the shutdown of Connexion By Boeing's inflight broadband service or the Indian Research Space Organisation losing its INSAT-4A satellite after its domestic GSLV rocket crashed.
Service providers are all desperate to pile into the IPTV market. But given the high investment costs, most operators aren\'t keen on making the move. It\'s just that most feel they have no choice
Broadband powerline has a shot at finally cracking the access barrier, thanks to - of all things - wireless broadband
There\'s a bustle in the hedgerow of Asian capacity carriers. Should we be alarmed‾
With the infamous bursting of the bandwidth bubble at the turn of the century, the international wholesale bandwidth market was a hard dollar even for those carriers that somehow emerged from Chapter 11 relatively intact or, more rarely, managed to avoid bankruptcy altogether.
Telecom operators worldwide face growing revenue leakage and need to put more effort in reducing their losses, according a survey conducted by Analysys and sponsored by Subex Azure, a specialist in revenue maximization solutions. The survey found that the average revenue le
Increasing service complexity and competition are driving the need for cellcos to adopt a customer-centric service assurance process to differentiate themselves and reduce churn
VoIP security is back in the spotlight after a high-profile hack involving VoIP operators in the US. The bad news: threats are on the rise. The good news: odds are you've already got the tools to fight back
iSCSI is destined to be the default technology for storage area networks, but until it's standardized, most customers who don't shop solely on price will stick with Fibre Channel
WiMAX deployments are underway across Asia, and the search for a viable business model is leading some industry players and market watchers to developing and underserved markets. But spectrum issues and skepticism remain serious challenges
Satellite companies are looking to compete in the race to IPTV and mobile TV by offering bundled, preformatted content delivery and management
With the urban sector in much of China and India now strikingly well served, the focus is shifting from the urban sector to the countryside
The IEEE is now pushing for a higher power standard called PoE Plus