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CSPs pivoting to SaaS will see 25% IT cost savings – report

CSPS pivoting to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) can save reduce IT costs by 25% over 5 years, according to new research.

Huawei’s green 5G strategy aims to help telcos obtain energy savings: VP

Chinese vendor Huawei’s green 5G strategy aims to help carriers to build networks with high performance and energy saving at the same time, Daisy Zhu, VP of wireless marketing for Huawei, told RCR Wireless News. “Green is the latest buzz word to make it into...

European carriers urge EU to further support O-RAN

A new report, published by European carriers Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica, TIM and Vodafone, and based on findings from research firm Analysys Mason, called upon policymakers, EU member states, and industry stakeholders to collaborate and urgently prioritize Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN). “Open, intelligent,...

Amdocs White Paper: The Critical role of the sliceable platform in 5G monetization

Caroline Gabriel, Principal Analyst at Analysys Mason, explores optimal 5G business models for operators to achieve the best commercial outcome. Learn why operators should deploy the cloud-native core and network slicing early to achieve the strongest differentiation. Also discover the role of a broad, programmable...

IDC forecasts flat telecom spending this year

Research firm IDC predicts that telecommunications services spending will be about the same as it was last year, due to the mixed impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. IDC expects telecommunication services spending to hit $1.6 billion in 2020, which is nearly flat compared to last...

Nokia White Paper: Best Practices for 5G Transformation

Is your business ready for 5G?  5G is on the horizon, with the first launches due in 2019 and 2020. But 5G is about more than just faster download speeds. Operators need to be ready with carefully crafted commercial strategies to make it a success. This...

Analysys Mason & Spirent Webinar | Automate Your Network Now: SD-WAN & 5G Case Studies

The vision of extreme telecom automation powered by cloud-native virtualized networks is still alive, but the industry has realized it’s going to take much longer than expected. At the same time, providers need to rapidly launch next generation services such as SD-WAN and 5G...

TM Forum finds lack of ‘glue’ challenging telecom’s open source efforts

Has the rash of new open source-focused organizations hindered the deployment of open source solutions or is it just a lack of cohesion? One issue facing the telecommunication industry’s move towards greater use of open source software platforms is the dizzying array of...

Vendors find opportunities, challenges in adopting open source platforms

The move towards open source has had a somewhat divisive impact on the vendor community, with established telecom suppliers now having to share the attention – and budgets – of operators with new entrants. This new rivalry has not gone unnoticed by operators, who...

Telecom organizations boosting support for open source

Organizational support for open source initiatives is easing the integration of platforms into the telecom world. One key challenge for growing the support of open source into the telecommunications space is through various organizations that are looking to either bolster the use of...

Use of open source software growing across telecom

Open source software may still be a new model for the telecommunications industry, but it’s rapidly gaining traction as operators look to mimic computing world. While the open source community has quickly gained ground in the computing space, the traditional telecommunications industry has...

What is open source software?

The term open source when connected to software may today seem like it’s been around forever, but you would be surprised how new of a concept it is. The transformational nature of the telecommunication industry’s march towards a software future should not be...

Nokia looks to take sting out of VNF management

Nokia unveiled a “templating system” it said is based on ETSI NFV, TOSCA and OpenStack specs designed to simplify VNF management and orchestration. The exceedingly complicated process of virtual network function lifecycle management could be gaining some help with Nokia publishing what...

The connected car ‘as-a-service’

In the next five years we will see many new developments in services for the connected car. But what about the connected car as-a-service? While discussing the issue with different companies in this area, which types of services would be most prevalent and would there...

Analyst Angle: M2M services set to dominate revenue stream

The “Internet of things” promises to usher in a new wave of technological evolution. In a few years’ time, billions of things – cars, utility meters, TVs and even furniture – will be linked

2014 Predictions: What’s hot, what’s not – ‘Internet of things’ in the new year

It’s the time of year when we reflect and prognosticate. 2013 was a fantastic year for the “Internet of things,” and 2014 will be better. What’s hot and what’s not for IoT in 2014:

Analyst Angle: Breaking down why tablet users are averse to cellular connectivity

On Oct. 22, Apple announced that it has sold 170 million iPads since the launch of the tablet in 2010. The unprecedented use of tablets at a mass-market level in Western countries has many implications

Analyst Angle: Regulatory support set to boost Brazil’s M2M space

The machine-to-machine market in Brazil looks set to enter a high-growth phase as a result of recent regulatory activity. A history of protectionist telecoms policies and recent

Analyst Angle: Asia–Pacific, Latin America set to dominate LTE launch plans

LTE is out of the experimental stage and is being deployed worldwide. Operators in all markets are in the process of implementing LTE, but the emergence of the Asia-Pacific and Latim America regions is set to

Analyst Angle: M2M is already a $10B sector – SMEs, emerging markets are major growth opportunities

Machine-to-machine is often portrayed as a nascent industry sector. However, operators are already generating strong revenue in this sector, amounting to $10 billion worldwide in 2013, and

Telecom Analytics: CIOs help carriers face challenges; big data spending to hit $114B in 2018

As telecom operators face increased competition not only from other carriers but also from over-the-top players, RCR Wireless News takes an in-depth look at what chief information officers (CIOs) can do to help telcos become more competitive. The recently released feature report explores CIOs’ greatest challenges and...

Analyst Angle: LTE progress in the US is a cause for concern in Europe

The European mobile industry has been accustomed to being at the forefront of developing and deploying mobile technologies, but the recent realization that operators in the United States have established

Analyst Angle: M2M success for Latin America service providers

Editor’s Note: Welcome to our weekly Analyst Angle section. We’ve collected a group of the industry’s leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. Service providers in Latin America that focus on five strategic initiatives will find success in...

Analyst Angle: Mobile data and broadband will drive LatAm telecom revenue to $167B by 2017

The telecom market in Latin America continues to show positive trends in most of the mobile and fixed key performance indicators (KPIs) which will drive retail revenue up to $167 billion by 2017.

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