Network operators like AT&T are making their networks virtual to support increasing demand and new services and open source and virtualisation go hand-in-hand, but operator resistance could impact their move toward 5G-ready networks.
Even the largest cyber security vendors can use all the help they can get.
In coming years 5G adoption is expected to be relatively slow in Europe, similar to the roll out of 4G.
Utilities have traditionally been laggards when it comes to investment in innovative technology.
In a push to boost the country’s internet sector, in June 2017 the Togolese government awarded two new internet service provider licences.
In May 2017, Iflix Arabia became the latest in a line of players to enter the video-streaming market in the Middle East, aiming to capitalise on the region’s ravenous appetite for entertainment, increasing broadband penetration, and demographic demand for digital streaming.
The International Telecommunication Union in 2015 outlined three initial use cases for 5G, the next generation of mobile network technology after 4G.
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For largely political reasons, Huawei’s participation in US telecoms and IT markets has been limited.
Andy Rubin’s new startup, Essential, is launching with a flagship Android smartphone, running a custom OS.
In a demonstration against the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) efforts to scrap net neutrality laws, Amazon, Netflix, Pornhub, Reddit and many other large websites are banding together to promote a day of action on 12 July 2017.
Call it artificial intelligence (AI), automation, machine learning, or cognitive computing, it can now support high-quality customer service, but only for companies prepared to accept that science fiction is becoming reality.
Once upon a time, Sprint was one of the Big 3 service providers in the US, offering not only consumer services, but a solid portfolio of mobile and fixed line network services.
The tiny South American country of El Salvador, despite significant investment in 4G from mobile network operators, is struggling to get subscriptions off the ground.
Telcos in Italy are going to be squeezed by increased competition in coming years.
5G has been on the horizon for some time but it’s getting closer.
Google has teamed up with South Africa mobile operator Vodacom to offer offline YouTube videos with the ambitious aim of changing consumer behaviour.
Cord-cutting — ditching your TV subscription for online services — is gaining momentum, especially in the US and for pay-TV operators the two options are becoming increasingly clear: adapt or die.
Cloud computing continues to get adopted by enterprises of all sizes, in every corner of the globe.
The Israeli telecom market is saturated and growth has been slow in this mature and developed market.
Pay-TV subscriptions in Europe grew by 3.6 percent in 2016, from 215m to 222.6m.
Mobile data traffic in Germany is set to grow rapidly over the next five years due to take up of data-heavy apps.
Uber has become an essential part of a night out for many around the world.
How often do companies communicate with their Internet of Things (IoT) devices?
As network operators embrace digital transformation, cloud billing is becoming an increasingly vital way to compete with the likes of Amazon and Google.
If you ask enterprises, security remains the top IoT deployment challenge.
Whether it’s 5G use cases, proposed 5G spectrum usage, or service usage models implied by 5G, much of what the next generation of wireless promises to accomplish will directly compete with wifi.
Beer brewing predates the production of cannabis, distilled spirits, and wine but while other industries from antiquity have been resistant to change, brewing has been quick to embrace new technologies.
The UK market for Internet of Things (IoT) technology and services is currently under served because of a lack of nationwide networks dedicated to IoT.
What are retailers spending the largest chunk of their IT budgets on?