Internet of Things; Why Location Matters

The ‘Internet of Things; Why Location Matters’ ebook is essential reading for understanding this potential, from management of mobile industrial assets and crowdsourcing air quality monitoring to targeted mobile advertising, smarter refuse collection and the Smart Home. It is an essential guide for telecommunications businesses to understand how to leverage the location information that will be the key to realising potential revenue streams from the IoT.

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.

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.

Next generation enterprise service delivery – what do service providers need?

With growing emphasis on new data-consuming trends in the enterprise space, such as M2M, IoT, and cloud services operators are being faced with the challenge of how to not only manage the delivery of a new era of services, but to also create new and innovative solutions capable of supplying perennial connectivity and 100% reliability to customers.

Harnessing the IoT opportunity

Operators will prove integral to any and all success achieved by the internet of things (IoT), and operators need to prepare to manage the explosion in traffic brought about by the IoT revolution.

33 live deployments which prove how NFV has crossed the chasm

This Telecoms.com Intelligence whitepaper, in association with Intel, explores the 33 live deployments of NFV in 2015. It also advises on the primary areas being targeted for network functions virtualization and provide three in-depth case studies and exclusive comment from operators explaining their thoughts behind live NFV.

Begin monetising SDN & NFV today

Software-defined networking and network functions virtualization have heralded in a new era of possibility for operators in a telecoms industry becoming progressively more fixated on delivering diverse, converged and cloud-based services. While SDN and NFV certainly have potential, it’s the orchestration of virtual services that will make the potential of virtualization a more tangible reality. […]

Fighting the threat of SIM boxes to A2P SMS revenues

It has long been acknowledged that traditional operator revenue streams are under threat, particularly person-to-person SMS services. Application-to-person (A2P) services, however, are positively thriving, and are forecast to for the next three years at least. Enterprise organisations are increasingly turning to SMS as a means of communicating more directly and intimately with its customers as part of a multi-channel experience.

Tackling the growing threat of DDoS in telecoms

In a digital age, for which telecoms service providers are the life-blood, modern consumers are perennially connected to internet services of one form or another. Be it online or mobile banking, video-on-demand, social media, music streaming services or live news aggregators; large enterprise organisations and telecoms companies are under pressure like never before to maintain a 24 hour a day service availability.

How Ubuntu OpenStack makes the cloud work for telcos and service providers

This ebook explains how Ubuntu OpenStack can help telcos and other providers to deliver cloud-based services to both internal and external customers successfully. If you’re involved in technology, business operations or service design in any organisation that fits that description, this ebook is for you. Rather than going into hands-on technical detail, it offers a valuable overview of the tools that make Ubuntu OpenStack so powerful and – importantly – an outline of their benefits in the real world.

How can smartphones be more powerful AND more efficient?

At MediaTek, we ask always ourselves how smartphones chipsets can offer higher performance while using less power. Generation-after-generation, our systems-on-chip contribute to better user experiences, slimmer device designs and more advanced multimedia features. When we introduced CorePilot™, our innovative technology to assign tasks to each of the processor’s cores optimally, we knew it would enable […]

Monetize IoT Opportunities NOW with Managed IoT Services

The demand for Internet of Things (IoT) services is expected to explode in the next few years. Communication Services Providers (CSPs) must act now if they want to make IoT services a great capitalization opportunity rather than yet another burden on the capacity of their network. Delivering IoT and M2M services requires more than connectivity […]

Empowering the Digital Telco Transformation with Convergent Charging and Policy

In this paper, we will explore the emerging trends that necessitate the urgency for a more agile infrastructure. We will discuss how new revenue opportunities in communication, commerce, health and retail need a more robust framework to manage growth and keep service providers relevant in the value chain. Click here to read this whitepaper.

NFV: The Myth of Application-Level High Availability

When designing Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) solutions, some software providers approach the problem of high availability through application-level redundancy schemes (load balancing, check pointing, journaling, etc.). But application-level high availability by itself doesn’t achieve the goal of five-nines (99.999%) reliability—the standard set by service providers using traditional network infrastructure based on physical equipment

Grey is the new green: Cashing in on the A2P opportunity

Operators the world over should still see significant monetary value in SMS. Recent research indicates that the growth of Application to Person messaging is entering a golden age, a four year window where feature phones still outnumber smartphones globally. A2P messaging has the potential to replenish a revenue stream which many had considered dead for some time.

Adopt a holistic approach to network service orchestration

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technology is re-shaping how network operators instantiate, elastically scale and terminate network services in virtualized network environments. However, even with this increasingly dynamic network, how do you fully realize material business benefits, not just network benefits?

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