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End of an era – 2degrees to shut up shop on 2G
2degrees has announced it's closing down its 2G services on its nationwide mobile network as of March 2018.
Traditional business to stagnate in the wake of 5G
A recent report from GlobalData has uncovered many findings, the most prominent of which being the stagnation of traditional telco business.
Free the network: Four reasons to build your network with SD-WAN
Digital transformation is only as effective as the network that underpins it.
Vodafone shows improved average surf speeds in May
After noticing Vodafone delivered slower average speeds than other ISPs in April, TrueNet have announced a significant improvement in May results.
Schneider Electric: Challenges and trends in colocation
Telco facilities typically have an ideal location, possess digital technology with connectivity in place and own central offices with available space.
New telco laws for advanced Internet: Goodie bag or mixed bag?
The government has announced a reform of the telco act that will affect Internet around the country - but is it good news for consumers?
“The future is rural for telecom operators looking to differentiate”
Speaking at CommunicAsia, Speedcast vice president said telcos need to start focusing on rural services if they want to keep ahead of competitors.
Huawei expands telco partner ecosystem to accelerate digital transformation
Huawei's expanded Telco OS Partner Program is said to stimulate joint go-to-market methods and solutions with partners.
Spark releases ‘Data Lovers’ package for the modern smartphone
Spark has launched two new prepay ‘Data Lovers’ packs to cater for the growing need where users are consuming data rather than minutes and texts.
TUANZ gets behind next phase of Kiwi telco review
“It’s critical that in this very technical review of regulation of telecommunication services, that the voice of the user is heard."
Wedge Networks to provide massively scaled Cylance AI security solution
The two specialist security vendors have partnered to provide an innovative new product range.
Analyst opinion: Future looking rosy for mobile-only operators
As LTE transitions into 5G, the case for going mobile-only could become even more compelling.
Analyst Opinion: Operators make roaming more transparent and affordable
Over the last two years, pricing innovation has started to change the fusty old world of roaming pricing.
"Balance the scales to save the Telco industry"
It’s time for the playing field to be levelled (somewhat) for the mid-sized Telco in Australia, according to Rene Sugo, CEO at MyNetFone.
Analyst Opinion: How will telecoms networks enable IoT?
IoT is a hot topic in telecoms right now, and with good reason - everything is getting connected to the Internet.
What is the biggest telco IT trend to watch in 2016?
Telco IT trends are being driven by a number of factors, including competition, the shift towards digital services and the need for business agility.
How to get ahead in a telco eat telco world
Telco companies are being forced to take drastic action because of competition, market consolidation and customer demands.
Consumer NZ campaign targets telco unfair contract terms
The ban will apply to unfair terms in standard-form consumer contracts used by electricity retailers, telcos, finance providers, pay-TV operators.
Change or die: How the cloud is locking out channel partners
Westcon is wrapping up a number of services and software solutions into product codes that can be sold by channel partners in the IT industry.
The next big player in the cloud computing market: Telcos
Telcos are ready to make money from the cloud – and they don’t mean simply by providing copper or fibre links to other cloud providers.
VoIP-enable your customer’s workforce
VoIP, smartphones and better network connectivity allow cost-effective integrated voice communications for the mobile workforce and offer new revenue opportunities for resellers, says Cameron Beattie, Conversant founder and managing director.