Capacity Voice

19 Oct 2015

Establishing an impactful baseline energy reduction

Today, many data centre owner-operators, particularly in the wholesale sector, are deploying primary power and cooling strategies that offer substantial energy savings, improvements in Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), and in some cases, the ability to run on their own “micro-grid” in order to achieve a baseline energy reduction.

09 Oct 2015

The Preševo One Stop Centre, Serbia

TSF co-founding Director, Monique Lanne-Petit shares her experience in the Preševo One Stop Centre, Serbia

09 Oct 2015

BaaS: Giving operators the A2P advantage

It is fair to say that in 2015 mobile operators are under pressure. A trend of declining revenues when network investment costs to satisfy consumer demand are skyrocketing puts strain on operators to maximise their profits. It’s a competitive environment and the advent of disruptive OTT players poses a significant challenge to traditional mobile services.

05 Oct 2015

Weathering a perfect mobile storm

For many people, the assumption is that the mobile industry is booming. That’s certainly how it looks from the outside. However, look a little more closely and the reality is more nuanced.

21 Sep 2015

How the CIO can drive digital innovation

The IT department is taking centre stage as a key innovator within the business, as the adoption of technologies such as cloud, IoT and big data analytics grows.

17 Sep 2015

Reinvigorating international voice through VoLTE

In early adopter markets VoLTE services have revolutionised the quality of voice services with end users enjoying reliable and crystal clear calls, driving overall usage. In these countries, and further afield, forward thinking operators are now looking to expand the value gained from their investment in IMS by offering ubiquitous advanced communications to users, wherever they are.

01 Sep 2015

Ushering private wires into the 21st century

The financial markets arena is perceived as a technologically progressive space with trades being executed by the thousands each millisecond. However, in the midst of the rapid markets there rests an outdated form of technology: the private wire.

27 Aug 2015

Social-experiment-media

Many years ago I was interviewing a management consultant about how he communicated the need for change internally in organisations. How, I asked him, did he explain the benefit of cooperating to employees? “I say: ‘Your reward is that you get to keep your job’,” he said.

14 Aug 2015

Traditional signalling service takes the connected world back to the future

If you were to talk to your average mobile phone user, 4G LTE access and over-the-top (OTT) applications would be at the top of their list of network and handset demands. We’ve heard for many years now that SMS is in terminal decline, voice calls are dying a slow death and that an all-IP network has taken over.

03 Aug 2015

A unique set of challenges: Optimising today's networks to offer next-gen services

CSPs have long since accepted that they must continually optimise their networks for maximised utilisation and ultimately profitability, but ‘next gen’ services, such as the combination of video voicemail and instant messaging alongside voice, come with their own unique set of challenges.