Capacity Voice October 2014

28 Oct 2014

Should you provide customers with free Wifi?

The internet has changed significantly over the last few years. It is now an essential part of our society and vital for many of our day-to-day tasks. In fact, it seems that most of us cannot live without it.

21 Oct 2014

IP transit... more than just another "data day" activity for carriers

Although international voice traffic continues to grow, wholesale margins are declining fast in an intensely competitive sector. Colt’s announcement back in May that it was withdrawing 85% of its carrier voice contracts is a perfect example of this trend. With this at the forefront of mind for all carriers, maximising revenues from core telecoms services – voice, SMS and data – is a priority.

14 Oct 2014

How mobile operators can still dominate the cloud

Telecoms firms may be arriving late to the cloud market, but it is not too late for them to dominate the space and win business customers.

07 Oct 2014

Leveraging LTE for enhanced business application performance and availability

Since the first commercial LTE services were rolled out in 2010/11, carriers and mobile communications providers have steadily expanded their coverage areas by focussing on providing new high-speed mobile broadband services in the consumer markets.

03 Oct 2014

The Machiavellian test

“Power can be gained through appearances: people who exhibit behavioural signs of power are often treated in a way that allows them to actually achieve such power,” says a recent academic paper, investigating how leaders communicate. Cheryl Wakslak and Albert Han of the University of Southern California, and Pamela Smith of the University of California, San Diego, performed seven experiments on how the words we use allow us to appear powerful to others.