The keynotes at Mobile World Congress are always a chance for heads of the world’s biggest operators to have a good old moan about something or other, and this year was no exception.
European Communications discusses the latest telecom trends with telco executives, analysts and topic experts viainsightful analysis, Q&As and opinion pieces.
- 25 February 2013
Last year was, according to Nokia Siemens Networks CEO Rajiv Suri, “the year of LTE”.
- 23 January 2013
- 16 January 2013
Benoit Scheen is responsible for a large chunk of FT-O’s revenues in Europe and, therefore, navigating the company through some testing times.
- 09 January 2013
Monetising the content that operators are increasingly providing to their customers is of critical importance and the subject of European Communications Q1 2013 survey.
- 19 December 2012
In the first part of our look back at the European telecoms space in 2012, we focused on some of the more challenging events affecting operators.
In part two, we will look at some of the more optimistic events of the past 12 months as we think about how telcos and the communications space will evolve in the near future.
- 12 December 2012
Had a quiet last 12 months? Unlikely if you’ve been involved in European telecoms in any shape or form.
- 10 December 2012
Deutsche Telekom has set out its stall for a return to revenue growth in 2014 with a new programme of investment and cost-cutting measures.
- 05 December 2012
After the flurry of disposals that followed Nokia Siemens Networks’ announcement in November last year that it is focusing exclusively on mobile broadband, it had gone rather quiet on the sale front.