Posted by Sandeep Raina,
Head of Product Marketing - MYCOM OSI
Current Operation Support Systems need to quickly transform and evolve so that they can support and enable the future digital networks.
The future digital networks will be associated with high-volume, high-speed data transfers, on-demand services based on customer preference and dyn...
Posted by Andy Tiller,
VP Corporate Product Marketing - AsiaInfo
The advent of the embedded SIM, or e-SIM, is seen by many operators as a threat to their business models.
SIMs that can be soft-switched between networks would appear to make it easier for customers – and in particular millions of devices on the IoT – to be moved between network...
Posted by Mohammed Sha,
Director of International Marketing Communications - Asia Info
These digital disruptors just do not stop, do they? Having totally transformed transport habits worldwide with its taxi-booking app, Uber now has the takeaways industry in its sights.
With its sister service UberEats, Uber is primed to gobble into a global takeaway market worth a whopp...
Posted by Akil Chomoko,
Senior Product Marketing Analyst - Asia Info
It was great to attend this year’s TMF event in Nice and catch up with the progress of theOmnichannel Collaboration Catalyst – a proof-of-concept project exploring the omni-channel experience in telecoms, from a customer perspective.
Led by a consortium of TMF members, the ...
The B/OSS industry in general seems to have got a handle on network functions virtualisation (NFV) and the virtual network functions (VNFs), in part thanks to the work that some of have done in collaboration with TM Forum.
Thoughts are turning to the actual building of services. The biggest focus...
Posted by Rui Paiva,
CEO - WeDo Technologies
Communications service providers (CSPs) have, over many years, become besotted by different forms of assurance. I’m not talking about insurance here; it’s more about making sure things work properly they way they were designed to and the way customers expect them to work.
Posted by Nanda Kumar,
CEO - Suntec Business Solutions
In 1927, Charles Lindbergh won the Orteig Prize for being the first to fly non-stop between New York and Paris. The $25,000 prize (over $350K in today’s money) put up by New York hotel owner, Raymond Orteig, mirrored numerous aviation incentive prizes offered in the early 20th century that hel...
Supply and demand is the most important relationship between operators and users. It is also a relationship that is now undergoing a profound change because of one single development: the fact that today’s users are always connected to a smartphone or tablet.
As well as being “always ...