Videos from European Communications’ latest big data seminar are now available to view, featuring speakers from Telefónica Digital, Deloitte and the DigiWorld Institute. Go to www.youtube.com/eurocomms to watch the presentations and extra interviews.
European Communications is today launching its first telco managed services survey to gauge how the industry, and operators in particular, view this key trend.
Throughout the day we will we bringing you reaction to the European Commission’s reform package for the telecoms market, which was unveiled late on Wednesday afternoon.
Perhaps because it was much more of a surprise, the sale of Nokia’s device business has overshadowed Vodafone’s much larger divestiture of its stake in Verizon – at least from a comment perspective.
BT has unveiled a searchable digital resource of almost half a million photographs, reports and items of correspondence preserved by the operator since 1846.
A host of reasons lie behind Vodafone’s desire to acquire cableco Kabel Deutschland, telecoms analysts believe.
Elie Girard, senior executive vice president in charge of group strategy and development at Orange, has backed up a GSMA report that calls for the simplification of M&A and regulatory activity in Europe.
The GSMA has released a new report that claims to show just how far the European wireless market is lagging behind that of the US.
Security is rising rapidly up the telco agenda as operators and their customers increasingly hold and reveal data that is attractive to the criminal fraternity, but the biggest risk is not perhaps the source you might think.
Operators are still in analysis mode when it comes to Big Data, that most hyped telco topic, and have a way to go before they settle on the most appropriate and profitable way forward.
Three years after launching an “agile IT” initiative at Telefónica Germany, the operator’s CIO Dr Eckart Pech claimed the results have been significant and wide ranging.