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By Alain Bureau, CEO, Sisteer

Since MVNOs first began to emerge in mobile markets, their impact on host operators has proven so significant that the latter have had to up their game in order to deliver the ultimate wholesale mobile services experience to an enlarged customer base.

The lights have gone out at Russia-based operator MTS’ operations in Uzbekistan, revealing how forays into emerging markets can go disastrously wrong and prompting the company’s director of investor relations to urge other telcos not to invest in the country.

Ken King, director of telco & media convergence at SAS, discusses “Dialing into Telco Data” – a new report launched today.

Eurocomms.com: How much further do operators have to go to get their data management into optimum shape?

By Richard Britton, managing director, CloudSense

The decision by the European Commission last week to give the go ahead to Project Oscar, the UK mobile-payments joint venture, is of great significance to the European telecoms market and is good news for EU consumers.

EE, the new name for the UK’s Orange-T-Mobile JV Everything Everywhere, switched on its 4G LTE network today as it unveiled a host of announcements designed to position it as the go-to brand for superfast digital services.

CEO Olaf Swantee said 4G LTE would be launched in 16 cities servicing 20 million people across the UK by the end of this year.

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.

    

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