Features

While embracing the emerging business opportunities driven by 4G, IoT, cloud and enterprise, telcos still face a number of challenges, such as increased security threats, fierce  market competition  and higher customer expectations

Our annual mobile broadband survey with Ovum reveals that Asia’s LTE players are focused on maximizing existing spectrum capacity and see growth potential in enterprises, the IoT and mobile payments

 

Huawei Technologies’ Dr. Abdul Memon discusses how telcos must understand the various requirements of verticals to provide the right IoT solutions

ZTE’s Gang Bo provides a progress update on 5G, what’s coming in 2016, and how cellcos can get started on their 5G journey

Looking back at the big stories that dominated the headlines in 2015

Commentary

China Mobile, Vodafone top Analysys Mason IoT scorecard for emerging APAC

Sherrie Huang & Michele Mackenzie/Analysys Mason

China Mobile leads overall ranking, while Vodafone pioneers in advanced vision and strategy, says the research firm

Sherrie Huang & Michele Mackenzie/Analysys Mason

China Mobile leads overall ranking, while Vodafone pioneers in advanced vision and strategy, says the research firm

Janette Stewart/Analysys Mason

The rapidly developing Internet of Things (IoT) market is being enabled by various wireless technologies.

Telecom Asia editors and analysts

IoT, SDN, fintech, the ongoing push for virtualization, the transition to 5G and more

White Papers

This paper explores the use of cellular technologies for connecting billions of devices in the premise of IoT

Learn about the key priorities for operators and technology vendors, and the monetization potential for unlicensed technologies for IoT

This paper examines the essential aspects that encompass the development of IoT uses cases specifically enabled by cellular 3GPP technologies

Blogs

Lachlan Colquhoun

New drone technology currently being trialed offers a glimpse of how they are part of the future telecoms solution

John C. Tanner

And it’s going to take everyone – especially governments and regulators – to tackle IoT security effectively, warns Bruce Schneier