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  • December

    Australia nears peace in Telstra dispute 18 December 2009

    The government company building Australia’s National Broadband Network is close to agreement with the incumbent, Telstra, about working together

  • France hopes new 3G licence will cut prices 18 December 2009

    Iliad’s Free Mobile has won the fourth 3G licence in France, and the French regulator hopes the competition will reduce prices

  • Russia’s SkyLink plans national expansion 18 December 2009

    Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent are to supply equipment for SkyLink’s planned GSM network across Russia

  • Create and innovate without artificial barriers 17 December 2009

    Rick Whitt of Google comments on proposals by the US FCC to introduce legal safeguards for the nature of the internet

  • Delivering voice services over data-IP networks 17 December 2009

    Carriers have invested in NGNs and are forging ahead with migrations, new interconnections and new opportunities

  • Industry needs to make an impact to reduce carbon footprint 17 December 2009

    China Mobile chairman and CEO Wang Jianzhou believes the telecoms industry must start at home

  • Reaping the benefits of the digital dividend 17 December 2009

    Refarming the analogue TV spectrum will stimulate the LTE market and bring improvements to mobile broadband

  • Egypt plans $1bn broadband boost 16 December 2009

    Egypt’s communications minister Tarek Kamel is planning to announce a $1 billion project to boost broadband access to attract offshoring industries

  • Interview: Eetu Prieur of Elisa 16 December 2009

    Elisa, the pioneer of GSM services back in 1991, has refarmed its old 2G network to deliver mobile broadband

  • KPN plans fibre to Netherlands homes 16 December 2009

    Netherlands incumbent KPN is planning to install fibre to 30-60% of Dutch homes, following trials in ten cities

  • América Móvil to invest $850m in 2010 15 December 2009

    América Móvil is to invest $850 million in its Mexican network, TelCel, in 2010 — where it already has a 72% market share

  • ATC to buy India’s Essar towers for $400m 10 December 2009

    American Tower, the US company that operators passive infrastructure for mobile phone operators, is to buy a controlling stake in the tower business of Essar in India

  • Mexico to close spectrum auctions mid-2010 10 December 2009

    Mexico is to run two sets of spectrum auctions in the first half of 2010, according to the regulator, Cofetel

  • S Africa’s Cell C to spend $660m on HSPA+ 10 December 2009

    South Africa’s third operator, Cell C, is to install HSPA+ with services up to 21 megabits a second at a cost of $660 million

  • Interview with Huawei's marketing VP Kevin Zhang 09 December 2009

    Huawei at 21 begins the next phase of development in growing global market

  • Bouygues picks Alcatel-Lucent for LTE trial 09 December 2009

    Alcatel-Lucent has won its 19th deal for long-term evolution with a contract from Bouygues Telecom in France for trials in 2010

  • Interview: Kevin Zhang of Huawei 09 December 2009

    21-year-old Huawei's next challenge is to help operators everywhere transform their networks for the IP world

  • Interview: William Yeung of City Telecom 09 December 2009

    William Yeung is leading City Telecom on an ambitious drive to become Hong Kong’s largest fixed IP provider

  • Telefónica to spend $1.14bn in Brazil 09 December 2009

    Spanish telecoms giant Telefónica is to invest $1.14 billion in Telesp, its Brazilian operation, to develop broadband internet services

  • BSNL cancels $6.8bn Huawei tender 07 December 2009

    India’s BSNL appears to have turned down an order to Huawei to expand its GSM operations in part of the country, as other parts of the project are also being challenged

  • China Unicom to invest $265m in Tibet 07 December 2009

    China Unicom, led by Lu Yimin, is to invest $265 million on developing its infrastructure in Tibet

  • Deutsche Telekom loses case on fibre access 04 December 2009

    The European Union’s supreme court has upheld a ruling by the European Commission that Deutsche Telekom must allow competitors to have access to its optical fibre broadband network

  • Indian start-up Uninor seeks $1bn 04 December 2009

    Telenor’s new Indian mobile operator, Uninor, has launched services and announced plans to raise $1 billion from local lenders to fund expansion

  • Nextgen wins deal for first NBN backbone 04 December 2009

    A private carrier, Nextgen Networks, has been selected in preference to Telstra or Optus to build the first part of Australia’s National Broadband Network project

  • Court approves $769m Nortel-Ciena deal 03 December 2009

    A US judge has blocked a move by Nokia Siemens Networks to stop the sale of Nortel’s optical operations to Ciena. The deal will now go ahead

  • Tata-Quippo seeks funds to buy Aircel towers 02 December 2009

    Tata-Quippo, a holding company which owns mobile phone towers in India, is negotiating private equity support for its bid to take over Aircel’s passive infrastructure

  • Goldman to advise Australian broadband project 01 December 2009

    Australia’s National Broadband Network company has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs to advise it — on potential issues such as the purchase of existing operators’ local loop networks

  • November

    Clearwire in Mexican WiMax deal 30 November 2009

    US WiMax pioneer Clearwire is planning to expand south of the border into Mexico via an agreement with a local media company, MVS

  • Telefónica to appeal network share decision 30 November 2009

    Spanish incumbent Telefónica is to appeal against a decision by its regulator to impose conditions for the sharing of ducts and other infrastructure

  • Telenor goes to NSN for 3G in Sweden 27 November 2009

    Telenor has balanced an order to Huawei for its Norwegian 3G network with a deal to Nokia Siemens Networks for a 3G upgrade in its system in Sweden

  • Interview: Wei Zaisheng, CFO of ZTE 26 November 2009

    Operators in North America and western Europe could be missing out on finance from Chinese banks, says ZTE’s CFO

  • Mexico sets guides for frequency auction 24 November 2009

    Mexico is planning to auction 3G mobile frequencies in 2010, offering the chance of competition for Carlos Slim Helú’s América Móvil

  • South Africa’s Telkom to build mobile net 24 November 2009

    After disposing of its investment in South African mobile operator Vodacom, the incumbent, Telkom, is planning to spend $800 million on its own mobile business

  • BSNL plans $2.1bn military fibre tender 23 November 2009

    BSNL is to build a $2.1 billion optical fibre network for the Indian defence forces in exchange for the military giving up bandwidth for commercial 3G services

  • Aircel plans $5.5bn India investment 20 November 2009

    Ananda Krishnan’s Aircel in India is planning to spend $5.5 billion on expanding operations across the country. It already runs services in 18 of India’s 23 regions

  • Deutsche Telekom to buy Strato for €275m 20 November 2009

    Deutsche Telekom is to buy rival operator Freenet’s web-hosting operation for €275 million, as shareholders in the German incumbent approve a move to merge fixed and mobile operations

  • DoCoMo needs terminals for 2010 LTE launch 17 November 2009

    NTT DoCoMo plans to launch commercial LTE services in Japan in late 2010, but is concerned both about the availability of terminals and about the lack of other operators launching services around the world

  • Starhub to push HSPA to 42 megabits in 2010 17 November 2009

    Singapore’s Starhub plans to double mobile broadband peak speeds to 42 megabits by 2010, deferring the likely date for the introduction of LTE services to 2012-13

  • Comms must help tackle climate change 11 November 2009

    China Mobile’s Wang Jianzhou believes the industry must address climate change

  • Interview: Rob Conway of the GSM Association 11 November 2009

    Aim for 50 billion mobile connections by 2025, GSMA’s Conway tells the industry. Rob Conway has helped turn the GSM Association into the most influential organisation in the industry, representing the interests of its 800 operator members

  • Globe Telecom plans $500m upgrade 10 November 2009

    Globe Telecom in the Philippines is boosting its capex plans for 2010 by 25% over what was originally planned. The group is planning to borrow up to $105 million to cover the increase

  • Vodacom to reduce capex by $134m 10 November 2009

    Vodafone-controlled Vodacom is focussing its capex in its South African base and cutting back expenditure from other sub-Saharan countries

  • Clearwire partners to invest new $1.5bn 09 November 2009

    Sprint and most other backers of Clearwire, apart from Google, are to invest a total of $1.5 billion in their merged WiMax project, preparing for competition from LTE operators

  • Top 12 companies set rules for LTE voice 04 November 2009

    Companies have set out the way that they want 4G LTE networks to carry voice

  • Bell Canada starts 21meg mobile broadband 03 November 2009

    Bell Canada has launched its HSPA service, three days ahead of the launch by rival operator Telus

  • Indonesia operator to spend $2bn in 2010 03 November 2009

    The Indonesian incumbent operator is increasing its capital expenditure by 15% in 2010 to $2 billion, more than two-thirds of which will be spent by the mobile business, Telkomsel

  • October

    Juniper rebrands and launches new services 29 October 2009

    Juniper Networks has rebranded and launched a blizzard of new products and services in what the equipment company is calling “a new approach to networking”

  • LTE services from 15 networks ‘by end 2010’ 29 October 2009

    There will be 15 LTE networks in commercial service by the end of 2010, and a total of 42 networks in 21 countries have already committed to the 4G technology, according to the industry’s suppliers

  • Juniper and Dell in next-gen alliance 27 October 2009

    Dell and Juniper Networks have announced an agreement to work on virtualised data centres and ethernet-based systems including a common network management platform and network operating system

  • Military delays India 3G auction 26 October 2009

    Delays by the military mean India has reduced the amount of 3G spectrum that it plans to auction, and has put back the auction date by six weeks — and no auctions will be held at all in two of the country’s 22 regions.

  • ZTE ‘to invest $1bn in Nigeria’ 26 October 2009

    ZTE is to invest $1 billion in telecoms support services in Nigeria, according to Nigerian sources, quoting ZTE executives, who were in the country for discussions with local operators.

  • Platform crew call for better services on rigs 22 October 2009

    Many offshore oil and gas platforms lack basic personal communications access. But there is a huge opportunity for telecoms companies to offer modern internet-based services on board rigs

  • Time to get smarter: CEM use aids smartphone adoption 22 October 2009

    The average monthly data received and sent by handsets will reach 1.6 exabytes by 2014

  • Verizon's Seidenberg says net neutrality threatens investment 21 October 2009

    Supercomm speech the day before FCC's expected net neutrality ruling

  • SK Telecom in 5G project with Bell Labs 19 October 2009

    South Korea’s innovative operator SK Telecom is linking up with Bell Labs, owned by Alcatel-Lucent, to focus on new generation communications research, including technology beyond 4G and LTE. The companies could — but don’t — use the term “5G”.

  • White papers on the broadband revolution 16 October 2009

    Global Telecoms Business publishes leading-edge white papers on rival technologies for fixed broadband access

  • Construction starts for EASSy Africa cable 14 October 2009

    Construction is going ahead of the EASSy submarine cable along the east coast of Africa, with the cable already on board ship and installation ready to start. Neotel, one of the partners in the project, says landing points are also being built

  • Construction starts for EASSy Africa cable 14 October 2009

    Construction is going ahead of the EASSy submarine cable along the east coast of Africa, with the cable already on board ship and installation ready to start. Neotel, one of the partners in the project, says landing points are also being built.

  • Cisco to buy Starent for $2.9bn 13 October 2009

    Cisco has continued its telecoms acquisition programme by buying mobile services company Starent for $2.9 billion or $35 a share — compared with the closing price of $29 a share before the deal was announced.

  • September

    Matt Bross joins Huawei 30 September 2009

  • Huawei recruits Matt Bross as global CTO 30 September 2009

    Matt Bross, former BT group CTO and architect of its all-IP 21st century network, is to join Huawei as global CTO at the start of October. Bross left BT after a corporate restructuring earlier in 2009

  • China pulls ahead of US in broadband connections 21 September 2009

    China has increased its lead in broadband connections over the number two country, the US, in the past 12 months

  • Mobile voice and data roaming trends 19 September 2009

    Margrit Sessions analyses new types of international mobile data and voice roaming products

  • Interview: Erwan Ménard of Hewlett-Packard 08 September 2009

    Hewlett-Packard has recruited former Alcatel-Lucent executive Erwan Ménard to run its unified product and consulting division, CMS, directed at the telecommunications and media industries worldwide

  • August

    BT to outsource local loop upgrade 21 August 2009

    BT’s Openreach local loop business is to outsource much of its installation, support and maintenance under a contract put at £1 billion. The deal appears to be related to Openreach’s plans to upgrade UK’s local loop infrastructure to fibre.

  • Interview: Clive Dorsman of Carphone Warehouse 21 August 2009

    Despite the legacy name, Carphone Warehouse now runs 1.4 million customer IP network, one of the biggest competitors to BT in the UK. CTO Clive Dorsman explains how starting late helped the group to avoid the problems of replacing legacy networks

  • Africa to benefit from high-capacity cables 14 August 2009

    Over the next two years new submarine cables will connect Africa to the internet as never before

  • Interview: Dan Hesse of Sprint 14 August 2009

    Sprint CEO Dan Hesse is working with three wireless technologies — and even iDEN, the system acquired with Nextel, has new life with a $50 prepay offer. But now he’s looking to 4G services, using Clearwire’s WiMax network as an MVNO

  • Interview: Nick Lambert and Taj Onigbanjo of C&W 14 August 2009

    Growth in African connections will create investment boom. Cable & Wireless executives Nick Lambert and Taj Onigbanjo are trying to persuade global investors that there are huge opportunities in Africa once new cables connect the continent to the global internet

  • Interview: Adrian Dilworth of Vodafone Qatar 02 August 2009

    Vodafone’s new operation in Qatar went from zero to IPO in barely six months, thanks to some bold decisions by the team to find a new way to do things — decisions that may find application in other parts of the empire, CIO Adrian Dilworth tells Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • July

    Interview: Sanjiv Ahuja of Eaton Telecom Infrastructure 24 July 2009

    Sanjiv Ahuja, former CEO of Orange, has assembled a team of senior executives from companies such as Celtel and Vodafone who are planning to buy up operators' existing infrastructure in order to share it between competitors

  • Interview: Matthew Key of Telefónica O2 14 July 2009

    Matthew Key, the head of Telefónica's European operations outside Spain, is at the centre of the new agreement to share masts with Vodafone in four countries. But, he tells Alan Burkitt-Gray, he's adamant that no deal should adversely affect the service or experience customers receive

  • June

    Australia takes the first bold step to build a national fibre network 19 June 2009

    If you want to build a digital economy you need fibre to the home. Paul Budde comments on Australia’s strategy to fund a $35 billion national fibre network, which the government believes will deliver massive social and economic benefits. The network will be build by a huge private-public partnership, funded through government bonds

  • Embracing the next generation — economically 19 June 2009

    Evolution, not revolution, is the key to a successful IP migration. Co-sponsored feature: Genband

  • EU wrestles with rules on state aid for broadband 19 June 2009

    The European Commission is considering where and how governments can support the installation of broadband in areas that are badly served. John Pheasant and Suzanne Rab point out that there are inconsistencies in their draft rules

  • How to succeed in turbulent times 19 June 2009

    Telecoms is not without it challenges, but is better placed than many, writes Sean Collins. Companies that innovate to reduce their costs will be better placed for improved times

  • Industry needs to work together and learn from IT’s example 19 June 2009

    Telcos at the crossroads, says Trudy Norris-Grey. Companies should learn from the IT industry and work together to embrace new technology. Otherwise telecoms will become an expensive connectivity industry and all of the value will go elsewhere

  • Interview: Brian Higgins of Verizon Wireless 19 June 2009

    Equipment from two leading vendors will be compared this year when Verizon Wireless tries out its first LTE systems in two US cities. The company hopes for commercial roll-out in 2010, says Brian Higgins, who is heading the development of innovative services

  • One for all 19 June 2009

    A seamless service experience achieved with a core network strategy and migration steps using the principle of ‘always best connected’, write Manfred Schmitz and Karsten Knüttel. Co-sponsored feature: Detecon

  • Refarm spectrum for broadband now, or wait until LTE arrives 19 June 2009

    Third generation mobile technology on the 900 megahertz band will play a major role in extending the reach of mobile broadband and internet services, but it is not the only evolution path for mobile operators, writes Catherine Viola

  • The path to a new world of services 19 June 2009

    The GSM Association’s PathFinder project allows operators to use their installed base of subscriber phone numbers to link users to data and a wide range of new services, explains Michael O’Hara

  • The time for unified communications is now 19 June 2009

    Sprint’s employees have been testing the benefits of unified communications across the company’s US offices — saving an expected $6 million a year in local phone charges alone, plus millions in PBX costs and power costs. And that’s before counting better productivity and effectiveness. Co-sponsored feature: Sprint

  • Three key challenges as WiMax grows up into a credit-crunched commercial reality 19 June 2009

    WiMax operators and vendors are convinced they can succeed in competitive mobile broadband markets, reports Caroline Gabriel from the WiMax Forum’s annual conference. Operators are working together on interoperability and roaming trials and they are driving down equipment prices

  • View from underground: mind the communications gap 19 June 2009

    The Olympics are coming to London, but don’t expect to be able use your mobile phone when you’re on the UK capital’s underground rail network, complains Michael Flanagan — even though call revenue would repay the investment

  • May

    Interview: Ron Spears of AT&T 01 May 2009

    AT&T Business Solutions has not been seduced by desires to offer IT to giant multinationals, says CEO Ron Spears. Its own network is key to all it does, but he tells Alan Burkitt-Gray that the company is expanding network-based applications

  • Interview: Boris Nemsic of Telekom Austria 01 May 2009

    Telekom Austria's CEO Boris Nemsic explains the challenges of running a fixed network plus a range of mobile businesses across eastern Europe, while preparing for the task of becoming CEO of VimpelCom

  • Interview: Scott Durchslag of Skype 01 May 2009

    Stand by for Nokia top-of-the-range phones with built-in Skype, so owners can make national and international calls for a fraction of the prices charged by mobile operators. Skype COO Scott Durchslag tells Alan Burkitt-Gray about the company's bold new plans

  • Interview: Rhonda O'Donnell of Freshtel 01 May 2009

    Freshtel is an Australian company that is pioneering VoIP-based services not only in its home market but also around the world, particularly in Asia and Europe. Alan Burkitt-Gray asks CEO Rhonda O'Donnell about how she sees the company developing

  • Interview: Bob Switz of ADC 01 May 2009

    Bob Switz has reshaped equipment maker ADC since he moved from the CFO's office to become CEO six years ago. After four significant acquisitions there are more he'd like to make, he tells Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • Interview: Bhaskar Gorti of Oracle 01 May 2009

    Look to the software industry for the real innovation among telecoms vendors, says Oracle's Bhaskar Gorti. Operators are moving to standard architecture and opening up their networks, he tells Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • Interview: Greg Brown of Motorola 01 May 2009

    Greg Brown is co-CEO of Motorola, in charge of the broadband equipment side of the business and sharing responsibility with the head of mobile devices for restructuring one of the industry's famous names. He talks to Alan Burkitt-Gray about the challenges ahead

  • Move your phone service, keep your number, but who makes the money? 01 May 2009

    Now that India has announced two providers for the biggest mobile number portability project so far, the pressure is one for other countries to offer similar flexibility to customers — but the technology should allow operators, as well as the portability service companies, to make money from extra services, writes Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • Building a business case for mobile unified communications 01 May 2009

    Mobile Office is a powerful value added service for 3G and WiMax networks, writes Jon Doyle. Co-sponsored feature: CommuniGate Systems

  • Interview: Dan Powdermaker of Arbinet 01 May 2009

    International voice services are an essential part of any operator's service mix, but competition and the financial crisis mean that wholesale margins are tiny. Dan Powdermaker of Arbinet offers service providers a one-stop-shop to address this challenge. Co-sponsored feature: Arbinet

  • Planning for the upturn: recession strategies for telecoms operators 01 May 2009

    Rupert Wood looks at what telecoms companies need to do to survive the recession. They're healthier than companies in many other industries, but the downturn will create change and opportunity

  • Competitive and regulatory implications of mobile banking in developing markets 01 May 2009

    The rise of mobile banking in emerging markets is going to create challenges for regulators as they ponder whether to allow one provider to dominate or look for alternatives such as interoperability, writes Jamie Anderson

  • Driving mobile penetration and usage in developing markets 01 May 2009

    Operators wanting to increase business in developing markets should recognise a number of key factors that can help to drive up penetration and usage among poor people, write Jean-Paul Evrard and Ronan Moaligou

  • You can save money by sharing networks — but do get it right 01 May 2009

    Margaret Rice-Jones thinks network operators are right to talk about strategies for network sharing, but warns that it has to be planned and managed carefully

  • How telcos can capitalise on the opportunity for data centres 01 May 2009

    The data centre industry remains one of the few bright spots in a time of economic downturn, says Cesar Bachelet. There are great opportunities for telecoms operators

  • March

    Cablers install new links as quakes cut lines 01 March 2009

    The submarine cable industry is still doing well, as isolated nations demand high-speed internet connections and operators demand resilience on data highways from the effects of earthquakes and ships dragging their anchors

  • Interview: Saad Al-Barrak of Zain 01 March 2009

    Zain CEO Saad Al-Barrak has led the company through more than six years of rapid growth from its Kuwait home to the biggest operation in Africa and the Middle East. Now he's set to take over Palestine's Paltel

  • Interview: Holly Kramer of Telstra 01 March 2009

    Australia's incumbent operator Telstra is about to start marketing bundled Microsoft software over its broadband network to business users. Telstra director Holly Kramer explains that this is a bold experiment for both companies

  • Interview: Pekka Ala-Pietilä of Blyk 01 March 2009

    Blyk gives 16-24-year-olds free calls and texts if they agree to receive ads. CEO and founder Pekka Ala-Pietilä is talking to operators worldwide about selling them the technology to run Blyk-like services

  • Market realities that shape BSS and OSS 01 March 2009

    If service providers are to embrace the promise of the mobile broadband era, the costly tax of proprietary integration must be eliminated in favour of the internet based open standards model, says Richard Hallett

  • Survival of fittest will decide suppliers' future 01 March 2009

    Vendors are coming under severe pressure from new competitors and from the changing needs of operators. Klaus von den Hoff conducted a global survey of telecom CTOs and reports their views on the challenges ahead

  • How Zain built 70% share of Iraq market 01 March 2009

    Following our interview with the Zain group CEO, the head of the mobile operator’s operation in Iraq, Ali Al Dahwi, explains the challenges of building a team and a business to the point at which it is market leader. Interview by Jamie Anderson

  • Mobile broadband to reach 1bn connections 01 March 2009

    We’re entering the era of broader and broader mobile broadband, says Michael O’Hara: in three years, there will be a billion connections around the world, and operators and regulators are moving towards networks with peak rates of 100 megabits a second

  • Russia provides speedy link from Europe to Asia 01 March 2009

    Russian operators are looking for new ways to generate growth — including fast links between networks in Europe and those in the Asia-Pacific region. Rodion Levochka, director of Rostelecom, explains his company’s strategy to benefit from the opportunity

  • January

    Interview: Didier Lombard of France Telecom Orange 01 January 2009

    Didier Lombard has rebranded France Telecom as Orange worldwide. Now the CEO is set for his next challenge: a three-year programme starting in March 2009 to integrate the company's operations globally so that fixed and mobile services are seamlessly linked. Interview by Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • Energy conservation motivates the next round of wireless competition 01 January 2009

    How can the industry make mobile broadband networks universal while minimising environmental impact? The answer is to be found in the new wave of competitive activity. By David Wang. Co-sponsored feature: Huawei Technologies

  • Interview: Ben Verwaayen of Alcatel-Lucent 01 January 2009

    The merger of Alcatel and Lucent two years ago has not worked. Now, the founding management team has been replaced by former BT boss Ben Verwaayen who is restructuring the company and focussing it on key areas — and listening to the customers and the employees. Alan Burkitt-Gray asks him about his plans

  • Interview: John Killian of Verizon 01 January 2009

    Nearly three years after creating Verizon's international operations out of the old MCI company, John Killian continues to build up assets and is taking the company into professional services

  • Interview: Graeme Ross of KPMG 01 January 2009

    It's tough for many, but the recession means that telcos should be looking harder at ways to improve their performance and drive efficiencies and innovation, Graeme Ross of KPMG tells Alan Burkitt-Gray

  • Outsource through the recession 01 January 2009

    Telcos are being squeezed, writes Matthew Vallance. They have invest more to acquire new customers and must help existing customers find the best deal. Many are now telcos looking to external specialist business process outsourcing companies with deep understanding of the global telecoms industry

  • Change and more change as industry heads towards the mobile internet 01 January 2009

    As the Global Mobile Suppliers Association celebrates its first 10 years as the representative organisation for mobile suppliers worldwide the president, Alan Hadden, looks at the tasks for the next decade

  • Rise of the virtual network challenges network providers to serve customers 01 January 2009

    View from the top: Today's network is a strategic asset that allows companies to displace costs in other areas, such as corporate travel or fuel for service fleets, and reap the benefits of more efficient and greener resource utilisation, writes Sherry Charles

  • Operators face billing challenges as they launch new services 01 January 2009

    There's a growing need for future-proof billing systems as operators offer new services in a bid to increase average revenue per user, says Orga CEO Rainer Neumann