big data

FCC dishes out some humble Pai

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Acting FTC Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen have penned an article for The Washington Post, defending the decision to reverse ISP privacy rules.

Huawei gets cozy with the Kiwis

Huawei has formalised its investment plans in New Zealand after a meeting between CEO Ren Zhengfei and the country’s Prime Minister Bill English.

AT&T signals the end of 5G friendliness

The industry promised us it was going to work together to deliver 5G, and maybe we should be grateful it lasted this long, but AT&T’s latest announcement signals 5G friendliness is over.

Nokia launches AVA cloud service delivery platform

The pre-MWC product launches continue unabated from new, improved Nokia with the unveiling of its AVA ‘cognitive platform’, which claims to bring operator service delivery into the cloud era.

SAP aims new Vora analytics software at telcos

SAP has released new software that it claims will make analytics easier for users of open source Hadoop software and specifically help telcos optimise their bandwidth, reports Business Cloud News.

Intel talks IoT and 5G at IDF 2015

US CPU giant Intel sought to position itself as a key player in the next telecoms eras by focusing on topics such as 5G and IoT at its big developer conference.

Amdocs launches big data suite for telcos

CEM software giant Amdocs has launched a suite of applications designed to give communications service providers (CSPs) greater access to big data and analytics.

Huawei looks ahead at MWC 2015 with 5G, green and cloud announcements

Consumer electronics and wearable tech aside, Chinese giant Huawei whipped up a relative storm in the networking world at Mobile World Congress this week by unveiling an array of new mobile broadband and networking services in Barcelona. At the centre of Huawei’s new offerings were 5G and cloud services designed to help operators better manage the explosion of big data.

Apple, IBM launch MobileFirst iOS enterprise apps

Apple and IBM have launched what they said is the first in a series of iOS applications for enterprise iPhone and iPad users to access IBM’s big data analytics capabilities. The solutions, named IBM MobileFirst for iOS, mark an unprecedented collaboration between the two tech giants.

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