The way in which consumers access and consume TV and video is changing at such a rapid pace that telcos have a real opportunity to play a more significant role beyond mere delivery.
European Communications discusses the latest telecom trends with telco executives, analysts and topic experts viainsightful analysis, Q&As and opinion pieces.
- 23 August 2012
By 2020 there will be more machines than people connected to networks.
- 22 August 2012
Everything Everywhere followed up the news that it had been given a head start in the UK’s 4G race with the surprise announcement that it was creating a new brand.
- 21 August 2012
The UK regulator has given Everything Everywhere permission to use its existing 1800MHz spectrum to deliver 4G services, much to the chagrin of its rivals.
- 16 August 2012
European operators will be watching with interest how US mobile operator MetroPCS fares following last week’s announcement that it was launching the world’s first commercial Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service.
- 15 August 2012
Leigh Bennett is the man charged with delivering the network and IT infrastructure for the most connected Olympic Games in history.
- 14 August 2012
With the country still basking in the glory of the performance of its Olympic athletes, UK telcos are hoping the feel good factor will leave them with a legacy of their own.
The first signs are good.
- 09 August 2012
A 5.3 percent year-on-year increase in revenues from its American subsidiary helped Deutsche Telekom to stabilize its half-year results.
- 08 August 2012
Half-yearly revenues and profits at Swisscom fell as the company’s conservative approach continues.