With Mobile World Congress (MWC) just around the corner – again – DisruptiveAsia caught up with Openet CEO Niall Norton for a regular catch up about MWC, 5G and the meaning of life
Sapio surveyed 1500 consumers in Brazil, the Philippines, UK and the US on their views on trust of mobile operators and digital service companies.
Openet said its Openet’s policy control system will provide Iridium's Iridium Certus broadband service with real-time network and usage management controls.
All operators in all countries know that there will need to be a period of transition between 4G and 5G, before true 5G mobility can be realised.
Could the eSIM bring us a global service provider?
In this age of instant gratification, we expect culture to change overnight and it doesn’t. We expect the telco mindset to be replaced by a cool digital culture and it isn’t.
In this piece Martin Morgan, VP Marketing at Openet, reflects on what a recent survey tells us about the telecoms industry’s progress towards digital transformation.
With operators likely to face ‘teething issues’ during the transition, how can they continue to maintain subscriber experience while trying to meet the promises of 5G?
The winners of Telecom Asia’s 11th Readers’ Choice & Innovation Awards have been announced, with a total of 24 awards being presented to 12 firms during a gala awards ceremony.
Last night, the winners of the inaugural Women in IT Awards Ireland were unveiled at a gala ceremony in Mansion House, Dublin
Partnerships will be key for telcos of all sizes taking advantage of the trinity of open source software, DevOps and microservices.
In order to become digital service providers, CSPs need to run their businesses in a manner that can compete against OTTs Google, Netflix and Spotify.
An event includes anything from calls, texts to data and social use on smartphones, to any interaction between connected devices.
Openet’s Jon Ross looks closely at how mobile operators can build on consumer trust to provide a range of digital services.
It turns out that consumers actually do want to buy digital services from their mobile operators.
Operators have several advantages over the big internet players, namely their direct access to the customer and delivery channels.
This shift in consumer attitudes creates an big opportunity for mobile operators.