There’s no doubt that the current shift to digital is disrupting the telecoms industry, yet major shake-ups of this kind do create opportunities for businesses that are bold enough to make the changes needed to succeed.
Samsung and Intel have teamed-up to create a new industry standard for device-to-device connectivity and promote the IoT for consumer and enterprise usage.
Spanish Wi-Fi provider Gowex has been forced to declare bankruptcy after shocking revelations that the company had been falsifying its accounts for the past four years. And, in a written statement, Gowex’s employees have noted a collective “state of complete shock” following the news.
As a result of a £70m Network Rail fine, an investment will be made into providing a high-speed wireless broadband service for commuters.
For the next-generation of hotspots, the industry is removing some of the barriers which can cause frustration and providing a more seamless experience whilst retaining security.
Bristol has historically been overlooked when it comes to the latest technological innovations, but it's ready to get "smart" with new open data...
Gemalto recently announced a platform which helps telcos to offer online authentication services at the three security assurance levels (as specified by the GSMA) to their subscribers using any SIM-enabled mobile device.
TelecomsTech caught up with Marston's Telecom about their story so far and the technology they use to provide a reliable and connected experience for all their customers.
At the University of Toronto you can find Citizen Lab who, in collaboration with computer security firm Kaspersky, has exposed a massive network of mobile malware targeting all phone types and used in police forces around the world.
Mobile operators could start seeing a failure rate upwards of 30% for IoT / M2M applications as a result of increased network congestion.
Telecom operators are finding themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place; neither the services nor the customer are willing to foot the bill when it comes to bandwidth for OTT services. But APIs are the hero that can transform the fate of network providers, offering them the chance to take back the reigns of control over their dwindling profits and their customers’ spiralling bandwidth usage.