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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.

Opinion: Why getting intimate with customers will help to win wireless wars

By Rob Chimsky, VP Insights at Guavus

The last few years have seen wireless phone services move from luxury items to fundamental communications tools. 

Big data seminar videos now available to view

Videos from European Communications’ latest big data seminar are now available to view, featuring speakers from Telefónica Digital, Deloitte and the DigiWorld Institute. Go to to watch the presentations and extra interviews.

Opinion: Telcos do have a role to play in wearable technology field

By Saverio Romeo, Principal Analyst at Beecham Research

In 2021, Johnny Mnemonic is a data courier.

Q&A: Lionel Chmilewsky, CEO of CBNL

Cambridge Broadband Networks Ltd (CBNL) chief executive Lionel Chmilewsky discusses the latest mobile backhaul trends What key trends are impacting the business case of modern backhaul networks?

European Communications launches managed services quarterly survey

European Communications is today launching its first telco managed services survey to gauge how the industry, and operators in particular, view this key trend.

Click here to take the survey and share your views

LIVE: Reaction to EC’s Connected Continent telecoms reform

Throughout the day we will we bringing you reaction to the European Commission’s reform package for the telecoms market, which was unveiled late on Wednesday afternoon.

Q&A: Telekom Austria’s Director of Regulatory & European Affairs

Michael Jungwirth, Director of Regulatory & European Affairs at Telekom Austria, discusses the single telecoms market and other regulatory challenges.

Opinion: Rich pickings, but what’s next for Vodafone?

By Kester Mann, Principle Analyst, Operators at CCS Insight

Vodafone's decision to exit the US market brings both a huge windfall for its shareholders and a timely boost to its strategic aspirations.

Opinion: Microsoft deal positions Nokia for stronger B2B focus

By Analysys Mason's Alexandra Rehak, Ronan de Renesse, Eva Weidinger