Telecoms.com is a highly respected and independent news portal covering the latest technological advancements and market trends, focussing on the key business and technology issues facing the industry today. Our impartial investigation of industry activity is supplemented by regular in-depth features, executive interviews and opinion pieces.
The analysis arm of the website works with its partners to create educational services for its readership. A consultative and collaborative approach with our editorial team ensures a widely respected and impartial perspective to effectively deliver insight and analysis through the use of webinars, whitepapers, bespoke surveys, eBooks and more.
Our annual awards show, The Global Telecoms Awards, shine a spotlight on the industry’s most innovative companies and recognise innovation and excellence across the board.
The 2016 merger of the telecom industry’s two leading publications – Light Reading and Telecoms.com – into one unified media network creates the world’s largest, most highly qualified and most influential community.
This combined network offers our customer an unprecedented and incredibly powerful media platform from which to educate and influence the entire next-generation communications industry.
For its market intelligence services, Telecoms.com will now utilize Heavy Reading’s team of analysts to deliver first class white papers, case studies and other custom market research.
As part of the merger plans, Light Reading and Telecoms.com will both be relaunched with new designs and improved online community platforms. The new designs are based on six months of extensive research into the needs of each site’s audience and the marketing needs of customers. Their range and diversity of marketing opportunities will be expanded, including sponsorship of contextual subcategory and category programs on Telecoms.com, full network webinars and content syndication hosted on both sites, as well as network custom videos.
With Amazon and Google launching smart home initiatives, have the telcos missed out on their chance to cash in on this market?
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