Multi-billion dollar market opportunities may be lost unless Next Generation Broadband meets Seven Key Challenges

New Strategy Analytics report outlines requirements for IoT Services, Security, FMC, Cloud, Network Slices, 5G and Bursty Video This new report from Strategy Analytics identifies seven challenges that could be ‘show stoppers’ for the key multi-billion dollar markets where Service Providers are looking for revenue growth over the next decade. This report identifies unique requirements […]

Telecoms.com eBook: AI in CEM – the opportunity for telcos

Advances in artificial intelligence presents an opportunity for telecoms operators to entirely revolutionise their approach to customer experience management. Customer service, specifically, comes with a standard cost per user – and every time the customer makes contact to discuss a problem that’s a charge to the operator. Therein lies the problem with the existing model, it isn’t pre-empting customer experience issues.

2016 Cloud VPN Survey Report

This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 200 members of the telecoms industry involved with enterprise-grade telecoms networking today. Included in the report are three distinct areas related to the evolution of VPN technology, including: The role of SDN in providing scaleable VPN services […]

2016 Broadband Outlook report

The 2016 Broadband Outlook report is now available to download This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 600 members of the telecoms industry involved with Broadband today. Included in the report are three distinct sections relating to Broadband technology, including: Digital Transformation Fibre and Next Generation […]

Telecoms.com eBook: Delivering the WiFi Utopia

An increasing number of devices in the home consuming heavier amounts of bandwidth-consuming content are forcing operators to review how they deliver WiFi in the home. Providing a high-speed broadband connection is one thing, but an inefficient home network can cause a substantial bottleneck. This bottleneck has the potential to ruin the user experience, and will be a major factor in future content delivery strategies for operators.

Telecoms.com Road to 5G Outlook 2016

The 2016 Road to 5G Outlook report is now available to download This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 800 members of the telecoms industry involved with 5G today. Included in the report are three distinct sections relating to 5G technology, including: Industry Attitudes […]

Internet of Things; Why Location Matters

We are moving rapidly to an ever more connected world and the opportunities for the Telecommunications industry are significant, from new connectivity offerings based on dedicated IoT infrastructure to participating in the data market and the creation of new applications. At the core, since everything happens somewhere and all the things in the IoT have […]

The Rise of Dynamic Malware: Using Data Science to Prevent Cyberthreats

In the past year, cybercrime has skyrocketed as malware authors continue to gain sophistication. From the front lines of the cybercrime war comes a new white paper that shares analysis from Domain Name System (DNS) data inspections to shed new light on methods to reduce cybercrime.

Visual Guide to DNS Use Cases

This visually stunning guide provides 34 ways DNS can be used by providers to enable a safer and more personalized experience for Internet subscribers. Learn how others in the industry are leveraging their existing DNS infrastructure investment to achieve amazing results.

Telecoms.com IoT Outlook Report 2016

This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 900 members of the telecoms industry involved with IoT today.

Innovation in Communications Services: Breaking With the Past Without Waiting for the Future

Service providers today face rising growth expectations along with competing pressures to reduce operating and capital expenditures. This paper examines a cost effective path toward digital transformation that leverages existing DNS infrastructure. DNS today is moving outside the realm of passive Internet look-up function and into an active, intelligent resource to deliver new, value-added services […]

Accelerating Digital Transformation for Service Providers

Competitive pressures are mounting for service providers, making digital transformation an urgent imperative. This paper analyzes the state of the industry and offers a path for providers to transform in order to meet the ever-increasing needs of today’s subscriber.

33 live deployments which prove how NFV has crossed the chasm – Telecoms.com whitepaper

Since coming to prominence in 2012, the ways in which operators stand to gain from implementing solutions based around network functions virtualization have been well-publicised. After the initial wave of excitement around NFV subsided and the hard work began on making it a tangible reality, the industry is now at the stage where real use-case […]

Telecoms.com Intelligence Annual Industry Survey 2016

Building on the success of our prestigious Annual Industry Survey, the 2016 edition is the largest undertaking we’ve embarked on to date. This year’s survey took in the thoughts and perspectives of more than 1,500 telecoms professionals with a staggering cumulative experience of 24,000 years. As usual we begin with our comprehensive sweep of the […]

Stay in Control: Ring-Fence your Network

In this whitepaper, HAUD discusses the importance of controlling all access points to a network, and not just international messaging gateways. By taking this approach to effectively ring-fence their network, MNOs can take control of each entry point to their network, and level the playing field for both themselves and aggregators to create fairer market conditions.

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