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The new network analytics: Making the unpredictable predictable again

In the not-too-distant past, network operators had the insight to understand what was traversing their networks. This not only helped them better engineer and plan for capacity, but it also gave them a plethora of data which helped them create service packages to encourage upgrades and ultimately reduce churn.

21 November 2018 | Kevin Macaluso

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    Artificial intelligence will revolutionise telecoms collections  

    13 December 2018 | Debbie Nolan

    Debbie Nolan, commercial director at Arvato Financial Solutions, explains how artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to help telecoms businesses maximise their collections, tackle bad debt and protect relationships with their most vulnerable customers.

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    Share and enjoy: how to make the most of your 5G spectrum

    23 November 2018 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    As spectrum demands increase, some regulators are looking for ways to share it out. Some newcomers to the mobile industry, including wholesalers, look likely to win access to spectrum too

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    The new network analytics: Making the unpredictable predictable again

    21 November 2018 | Kevin Macaluso

    In the not-too-distant past, network operators had the insight to understand what was traversing their networks. This not only helped them better engineer and plan for capacity, but it also gave them a plethora of data which helped them create service packages to encourage upgrades and ultimately reduce churn.

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    Will blockchain become a stepping-stone for service providers?

    15 November 2018 | Simon Altman

    The market size of blockchain in telecom this year has reached $46.6 million, and that number is projected to grow to $993.8 million by 2023.

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    How do you encourage and inspire more females to choose careers in tech?

    31 October 2018 | Kristine Olson-Chapman

    Well, there are a number of potential answers to that - but last week one of the thing that attendees from Facebook, TalkTalk Business, Zayo and Telstra had in common was supporting a panel at the Capacity Europe event on 'Empowering Women in Telco'.

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    Moving Towards Autonomous Driving Networks

    30 October 2018 | Sponsored Content

    Throughout history, we have never ceased in our pursuit of greater productivity. With each new industrial revolution, from industrialisation and digitalisation to today's focus on robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), we have seen giant leaps in terms of our industrial efficiency.

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    He-Man and SD-WAN – become the master of your network

    01 October 2018 | Chris Gilmour

    Whilst He-Man was a master of the universe, us mere mortals may have to lower our goals. The network is a mini-universe for network managers, but much to their dismay, they often don’t have the control or visibility over it that they’d ideally like.

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    Facing the big 5G

    21 September 2018 | Jon Baldry

    With the recent release of the latest 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) 5G New Radio (NR) standards and the first true 5G networks potentially coming online in 2018, 5G-ready transport networks continue to evolve into semi-unmapped territory.

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    A centralised Wifi marketplace could revolutionise mobile data usage

    18 September 2018 | Dan Klaeren

    These days, it seems the only thing more important to travellers than their wifi access is the suitcase containing their clothes.

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    Don’t let cybersecurity exploits threaten your customer experience

    09 September 2018 | Ricky Chau

    Cybersecurity today is a critical business enabler. Without the right approach to managing risks, organizations will be handicapped when it comes to delivering great customer experiences. By Ricky Chau, Vice President, Enterprises, CenturyLink Asia Pacific

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    Quantums are weird, but they could be the key to protecting your data

    30 August 2018 |

    Einstein thought it was spooky, but carriers and equipment companies are using a property of quantum physics to send encryption keys down fibre. BT and Telefónica have already demonstrated it on live networks, writes Alan Burkitt-Gray

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    Critical role of telecommunications providers in protecting the smart homes of tomorrow

    27 June 2018 | Gagan Singh

    Gagan Singh, senior vice president and general manager of mobile at Avast, examines the role of telcos in protecting the smart homes of tomorrow in the advent of IoT