WEEK IN TELCO IT – Mainstream media outlets have been dominated in the last 24 hours by two telecoms-related news stories. As Jeremy Cowan reports, the China-based network systems giant, Huawei is demanding the release from detention in Canada of its CFO. Meanwhile, network operator O2,
Have you noticed how everything is defined as ‘smart’ these days? Cars might be smart, I’ll grant you that, and the roads have the potential to be intelligent. But I draw the line at memory foam.
One of the problems with the Internet of Things (IoT), says Robin Kent, director of Adax, is that not all network operators have figured out how to make money from it. Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now listens again to a voice of experience.
Pangea, a global M2M and IoT connectivity and solutions provider, has announced that Bernie McPhillips is set to join the organisation in April, marking the next phase in its Partner Programme strategy.
Barcelona was the scene of another festival of technology, as the world’s most influential companies, journalists and engineers travelled to Mobile World Congress (MWC). MWC tends to be associated with new handset launches, but this year’s show was about more than just devices.
A new report from Juniper Research forecasted that smart home automation and monitoring devices will grow to over 770 million globally by 2021, representing an eleven-fold rise from just 68 million estimated in 2016.
If there was any doubt over the pervasiveness of IoT then look no further than digital security expert Gemalto’s IoT Outlook 2016, and the stand out revelation that the market will account for some 50% of business revenue by 2020.
On June 23, 2016, the people of the U.K. will vote in a referendum on whether they want the U.K. to remain a member of the European Union (EU) or to leave.
BMC, has announced that O2, the UK subsidiary of Telefónica, is using BMC’s Remedy solution to enhance digital experiences for its 25 million customers and around 7,500 employees.
NetCracker Technology has announced that Telefónica UK, which operates as O2 in the UK, has agreed to extend the use of NetCracker’s Revenue Management solution through a hosted managed services model for two new significant initiatives.
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