Much is said about the potential for 5G and the doors it will open for new opportunities.
Samsung, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Openet have collaborated on a 5G Standalone (SA) Core demonstrating multivendor interoperability.
Will adoption rate of 5G be enough to satisfy operators?
Openet is supporting Telkomsel with its Digital BSS suite to power by.U, which has an end-to-end digital service utilizing a smartphone app at its core.
Openet said it will be providing its real-time charging and policy systems to Evergent, a supplier of lifecycle management systems for video service providers.
There were many articles published and conference speeches delivered just 24 months ago calling out the difference in fortunes of the OTTs and those of the telecoms operators.
As 2019 draws to a close, the telecoms industry enters prediction season with some notable names already declaring what they think will happen in 2020 and beyond.
Cloud based gaming is still in its infancy, but the forecasts look promising.
Technology changes, the arrival of new digital players and the proliferation of more and more digital services have seen carriers invest heavily in transformation programs.
With 5G connectivity almost upon us, Openet is working with customers now to develop ways to monetize the new services that 5G will enable.
Openet today announced a new multi-year partnership with SaskTel, the leading provider in the Saskatchewan province in Canada.
New research suggests some customers are quite positive about operators providing them with more services.
Recently, Japanese tech conglomerate, Rakuten, announced it would roll out 5G services by June 2020, officially entering the Japanese telco market.
Back when the 5G hype began, the enterprise market seemed an enticing opportunity; an alternative source of revenue.
Last month I spent a couple of amazing days at the AT&T Shape event in Burbank Studios in Los Angeles. The focus of the event was 5G and the future of entertainment.
Openet, a provider of Digital Business Support Systems (BSS), appointed former Ericsson executive Per Borgklint to its BoD.
Niall Norton, CEO at Openet, explains why question marks over the operator business case for 5G should be a cause for excitement, rather than concern.
A survey of industrial organisations shows a strong appetite for 5G and the importance of guaranteed Quality of Service.