Mobile operators stories
Nokia unveils software to monetise backup batteries
Nokia's new Virtual Power Plant Controller Software turns idle backup batteries at mobile base stations into an asset, reducing energy costs and emissions.
'Artificial Inflation of Traffic' scams skyrocket in 2023
A Swedish report exposes a disturbing surge in Artificial Inflation of Traffic (AIT) fraud, with 20 billion fraudulent SMS messages costing organisations a total of $1.16 billion in 2023.
Adrian Scrase joins GSA to bolster 6G standards development
Adrian Scrase, known for his contributions to mobile standardisation, joins the Global mobile Suppliers Association, bringing his expertise to the development and standardisation of forthcoming 6G technology.
Mobile Tornado expands UK presence through partnership with The Barcode Warehouse
UK tech firm Mobile Tornado partners with The Barcode Warehouse, expanding its push-to-talk services in the national market.
AIS Thailand and Huawei clinch APAC Operator Award at FutureNet Asia 2023
AIS Thailand and Huawei's Autonomous Networks project wins APAC Operator Award at FutureNet Asia 2023, showcasing network automation and intelligence.
Projected surge in 5G NR and LTE small cell RAN equipment spending
5G NR and LTE-based small cell RAN equipment spending to reach nearly USD $3 billion by 2026, says SNS Telecom & IT.
Keysight launches first open RAN testing lab in Europe
Open RAN testing lab consultancy supports mobile operators and network equipment manufacturers in validating Open RAN interoperability and performance.
Mobile operators urged to be more vigilant against cyberattacks
Mobile operators urged to enhance network security following T-Mobile breach, which compromised data of 37 million customers.
Global spending on Open RAN RIC, xApps and rApps to hit $600M
Global spending on Open RAN standards-compliant RIC platforms, xApps and rApps to reach $600 Million by the end of 2025, says SNS Telecom & IT.
Vodafone’s Mobile Virtual Network Operator open for business
Vodafone NZ opens its Mobile Virtual Network Operator platform, with My Republic as its first partner. More consumer choice expected.
Infovista enters strategic partnership for 5G offerings
Infovista has entered a strategic collaboration with PCTEL to co-develop joint 5G network testing use cases for mobile operators and industry regulators.
New Infovista report identifies significant CAPEX savings
A new report by Infovista has found that making modelling more precise in RAN planning and designing can foster major CAPEX savings for mobile operators.
XConnect brings more services to Hong Kong customers
XConnect has expanded its Asia footprint with its expansion into Hong Kong, adding mobile number portability data to its global numbering intelligence.
37% of mobile operators to deploy 5G standalone by 2022
The survey reveals a gradual move away from non-standalone (NSA) deployments, which introduces 5G networks, but are aided by existing 4G networks.
Leading operators to create a global Telco Edge Cloud Platform
China Unicom, Deutsche Telekon, EE, KDDI, Orange, SIngtel, SK Telecom, Telefonica and TIM have created a shared Telco Edge Cloud Platform with GSMA support.
GSMA reveals 2020 GLOMO Awards winners
The awards included 35 categories ranging from 5G leadership to mobile apps, mobile network infrastructure, diversity in tech, and STEAM efforts for children.
Huawei unveils next-generation base station for mobile operators
Huawei has launched its 5000 series base station, which utilises innovative technologies to empower mobile operators to build a 5G-oriented network.
Used smartphones a 'disruptive force' to the global market
Rise of second-hand smartphones disrupts market, with IDC forecasting a leap to 222.6m devices by 2020, shaking up the industry.
24/7 Modica Group a shining light
New Zealand-based mobile software and internet service provider offers Telecom customers another option after gateway closure.
Mobile broadband crucial to operator revenue growth until 2016
Global telecom operator revenues will exceed US$2 trillion in 2012, with 60% going to mobile operators.
Telecommunications 8 Review July 2010 industry voices Qualcomm Its a jungle out there
2G. 3G. 4G. Anyone who has even momentarily lingered around the world of mobile broadband knows it can be a jungle of Gs – or generations – out there.
Stop laying fibre cables NZ, says Exalt
US-based developer and manufacturer of outdoor wireless solutions, Exalt, can't understand why carriers in countries like New Zealand are so fixated by laying fibre cables.