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With augmented reality and virtual reality pushing connectivity limits, how will 5G be the key to unlocking market opportunities? Jason McGee-Abe investigates
Gary Shepherd, founder and CEO of Next Generation Networks, calls for Telcos to self-regulate and automate
Software-defined networking and network functions virtualisation are set to change the way telecoms operators structure their networks.
This year's list includes CEOs, CTOs, CMOs, research chiefs, regulators, politicians and others leading the telecoms business
Cisco Jasper releases Control Center 7.0, its newest software offering with enhanced IoT capabilities
Google has been fined €2.42bn for abusing its dominance in search, freezing out its competitors.
The Falcon 9 rocket successfully launches 10 Iridium Next satellites into low earth orbit.
TMT consolidation on the horizon, says report, as Kinnevik appoints former Telenor executive to lead Swedish investor in Millicom and Tele2
China Unicom deploys BIC's instant roaming hub for global connectivity.
BT, Intersection, LinkNYC and Primesight develop new digital units for high street deployment.
Telecom Italia unveils its ultra-broadband, reaching speeds of up to 1,000Mbps.
Virtualisation and 5G will give carriers the opportunity to re-invent themselves and move into new services, Jeff Edlund tells Alan Burkitt-Gray
Former CFO Mohamed Dabbour took over the CEO’s role at Millicom Africa from Cynthia Gordon earlier this year. Expansion of mobile financial services is one of his aims, he tells Alan Burkitt-Gray
The enterprise market is at ‘ground zero’ according to Jaymin Patel, the man who heads mobile distributor Brightstar. He spoke to James Pearce about the opportunities it presents for telecoms operators
Russians buy more than 100 million SIMs every year, meaning there is a new annual SIM for every two out of three citizens. MTS’s CMO, Vasyl Latsanych, tells James Pearce his plan to fix this ‘ridiculous’ situation
GlobeNet’s CEO, Eduardo Falzoni, discusses telecom trends and unveils the company’s plans to meet connectivity, IP and security requirements in the Americas