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A smart path to urban happiness

Middle Eastern governments are putting themselves among the forefront of smart city developments. How can carriers get involved? Gareth Willmer reports

20 February 2019 | Gareth Willmer


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    10 leading 5G projects

    19 February 2019 |

    Projects are the cornerstone of any new technological advancement. They allow us to discover new use cases, fine tune standards and test technologies in real-life environments.

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    Subsea in Latam – the east coast/west coast divide

    18 February 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

    The relationship between OTTs and carriers in Latin America (Latam) is “complicated” says Rafael Arranz, chief operating officer of Telxius, likening the connection between the two to a Facebook relationship status.

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    Edge computing will revolutionise mobile gaming

    15 February 2019 | Jason McGee-Abe

    Mobile gaming has become the largest segment of the global games market and capacity requirements are higher than ever. Edge computing is the key to success, writes Jason McGee-Abe

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    Subsea pushes innovation and close collaboration with over-the-tops

    15 February 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

    Claim your path. This was one of the key overarching messages during Subsea Americas in Florida. The event saw the inaugural launch of Women in Subsea, a new networking initiative chaired by Amy Marks of Xsite Modular and Naaz Bax of Seaborn Networks.

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    5G – still a long way to go

    15 February 2019 | Natalie Bannerman

    5G rollouts are due to accelerate in 2019 and questions around the infrastructure needed to deliver the next-gen mobile technology remain. How is the wholesale market getting to grips and the oncoming swell of data and are we as close as we think to full-scale deployments?

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    It’s the stupid software, stupid

    07 February 2019 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    If you’re running a network on software you need to work in new ways. Alan Burkitt-Gray reports on Ericsson’s expired certificate that brought O2’s and SoftBank’s mobile networks down