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European Communications discusses the latest telecom trends with telco executives, analysts and topic experts viainsightful analysis, Q&As and opinion pieces.

Q&A: Thierry Zylberberg, Orange Healthcare CEO

Orange Healthcare CEO Thierry Zylberberg discusses the latest m-health trends.

Opinion: Fragmented Europe is ripe for consolidation this year

Vinjeru Mkandawire, M&A reporter at Mergermarket, highlights the key findings from its latest Global M&A trend report

Opinion: Operational models must and will change in 2014

By Bengt Nordström, CEO of telecoms industry consultants Northstream

Group mobile operators have enjoyed huge profits from built-up global operations. However, this cannot be relied on anymore due to the saturation of mobile markets.

Q&A: Casper Malig, CEO of T-Systems UK

T-Systems UK chief executive Casper Malig discusses the hot topics in the enterprise market. What are the most pressing needs of the enterprise market in 2014 that you are trying to address?

Christmas and New Year news round up

To kick off 2014, European Communications has rounded up the major stories from the Christmas and New Year period.

Managed Services seminar videos now available to view

Videos from European Communications’ latest managed services seminar are now available to view, featuring speakers from Informa Telecoms & Media, Vodafone Netherlands, Amdocs Services, and MDS.

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Q&A: David Noguer Bau, Head of Service Provider Marketing at Juniper Networks What stage do you believe SDN is at now – hype or reality – and how will it evolve over the next 12 months?

Mozilla Europe founder dreams of challenging “sub optimal” Android, iOS

Four months after the Firefox OS launched in Europe, Mozilla Europe’s founder Tristan Nitot is keen to push the platform onto bigger and better things

Digital gold mines vie for attention as networks return to the big time

It is still fashionable to talk about the digital opportunity that telcos must seize if they are to prosper in an IP-based future where people communicate through smart watches and consume the latest Silicon Valley start-up idea.