As new technologies continue to evolve, open network virtualisation strategies are reshaping the telecom carrier ecosystem. The ongoing shift to cloud services and mobile internet technologies is driving service providers and their suppliers to improve their efficiency and agility.According to the latest market study by International Data Corporation (IDC), network virtualisation is set to...
Enterprises are using sensors to gain better insights into their supply chains, partners, and customers, and utilizing data to make informed decisions that is not only helping them in cutting costs but also take a look at alternate (profitable) business models for essentially selling the same products.
Juniper Research forecasts a rapid uptake of 4G LTE mobile technology in the next five years, with active connections crossing the 1 billion mark in 2017 - and reaching 1.8 billion by 2019.
Open standards bring traditional competitors together to push their respective industry forward and reduce confusion whilst providing a more seamless experience for the end-user; at least that's what they're meant to do.
The brilliant researchers at Bell Labs have broken the broadband internet speed record by over eight times the previous holder - and it was all achieved over copper landlines!
In the face of an escalating terror threat, which has led to increased airport security measures, emergency legislation is being controversially rushed through parliament to force phone and internet companies to retain data for at least 12 months.
TV Max is the MVPD in the Houston area that – in the FCC’s view – broke the television carriage rules by retransmitting over-the-air stations without getting their permission to do so.
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.