Coleago Consulting CEO Stefan Zehle discusses the implications of the EC’s decision to give more spectrum for 4G services.
Hear industry trends, the latest research and significant product launches discussed with topic experts in question and answer format.
- 05 November 2012
Vladimir Mitrasinovic, SVP and general manager of EMEA at TOA Technologies, explains why field service management is one of the most influential customer care tools in an operator’s arsenal.
- 22 October 2012
Brian Cappellani, Sigma Systems’ CTO, discusses the effects that M&A activity has on telcos' back office operations.
Eurocomms.com: What is your assessment of the current telecoms M&A activity happening in Europe?
- 08 October 2012
Gordon Mansfield, executive director of small cell solutions & RAN delivery at AT&T Mobility, was appointed chairman of the Small Cell Forum last month.
Eurocomms.com: What are the main challenges facing operators rolling out small cells in Europe?
- 01 October 2012
Informa senior analyst Tony Brown discusses why operators will have to offer a whole range of new content and applications within their bundled products to keep subscribers happy.
Eurocomms.com: Why do you believe the days of the old-style triple- or quad-play bundles are numbered?
- 10 September 2012
Neil Downing, VP of enterprise solutions and sales operations at Interoute, discusses enterprise cloud and his company’s recent tie-up with Unisys
Eurocomms.com: What is the biggest challenge facing cloud providers currently?
Neil Downing: The biggest challenge many cloud providers face today is how they integrate their networks.
- 13 August 2012
Cathal McDaid, security consultant at AdaptiveMobile, discusses the security threats surrounding the M2M space.
Eurocomms.com: Why should operators be concerned about security threats to the M2M space currently?
- 06 August 2012
In July, the ITU approved new standards concerning the Internet of Things and M2M.
Dr Bilel Jamoussi, Chief of the ITU-T's Study Groups Department, explains what they are and the impact they will have.