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  • Costing methodology for Next Generation Networks
    The increasing deployment of IP-based fixed and mobile infrastructure in combination with the still unanswered search for data monetisation have intensified the pressure on the industry to review its costing methodologies for both regulatory and commercial cost analyses.
  • The state of the global mobile consumer, 2013
    Mobile’s reach is greater than ever, and its continuing adoption is driving not just consumer behaviors but also business strategy. More and more companies are declaring that they are going mobile first. Yet what is mobile?
  • Myanmar: The next Asian telecommunications greenfield?
    Apart from the potential wealth to be generated from its large reserves of natural resources, the telecommunications sector in Myanmar is poised for a boom after decades of poor connectivity. However, it is also important to bear in mind that long-term returns are not guaranteed even though Myanmar has a large population and low telephony penetration rates.
  • Understanding the bring-your-own-device landscape
    The rising use of personal technologies for work-related activities has coined the phrase Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD). It is a trend that has potential to bring substantial benefits to enterprises, but can equally present considerable risks and implementation challenges.
  • The state of the global mobile consumer
    The importance of mobile connectivity in our lives is growing each year. While the simplicity of a single device may be desirable, consumers are acquiring an increasing number of devices whose utility is a function of their ability to be connected.
  • Airwave overload: Addressing spectrum strategy issues that jeopardise U.S. mobile broadband leadership
    While the U.S. is the current global mobile broadband leader, its status is not assured as other countries continue to invest in innovation and development.
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