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MWC2017: IoT has no compelling need for 5G

MWC2017: IoT has no compelling need for 5G New topics, such as virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI), have gained traction in the past couple of years at MWC, but IoT continues to be a key theme of the industry’s annual get together. In this article, we explore some of the IoT developments from the 2017 event. LTE-M gained ... Read More »

IMS: The Faithful Bedfellow of MNOs Everywhere

IMS: The Faithful Bedfellow of MNOs Everywhere Despite the daily hoopla surrounding 5G, carriers continue to invest heavily in 4G-related technologies, especially IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem). Although it doesn’t have the mystique of 5G, it more than makes up for it by being currently available and not just a faint promise of what may or may not actually happen. IMS ... Read More »

Nokia throws LTE hardware support behind 600 MHz spectrum band

Nokia throws LTE hardware support behind 600 MHz spectrum band Nokia said it has completed prestandard testing of commercial hardware compatible with the 600 MHz spectrum band, which is set to be unleashed by the Federal Communications Commission. The 600 MHz spectrum band support testing is said to have included an end-to-end LTE call using a test device; the use ... Read More »

Veridian Systems SRL and Business Logic Systems Ltd Team up Together to Offer Contextual Engagement Capabilities for MVNOs in Romania

Veridian Systems SRL and Business Logic Systems Ltd Team up Together to Offer Contextual Engagement Capabilities for MVNOs in Romania Veridian Systems, the principal and sole enabler of Mobile Virtual Network services in Romania, have teamed up with Business Logic Systems (BLS), a global provider of digital customer value, lifecycle and loyalty management solutions and services. Announcing the signing of ... Read More »

Digitimes Research: MVNOs growing in Japan due to government easing unlocking rules

Digitimes Research: MVNOs growing in Japan due to government easing unlocking rules The Japan government relaxed regulations on unlocking SIM of handsets in early 2017 and consequently MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) business has been in booming development in the Japan mobile communication market, with several MVNOs expanding retail networks and offering more services to attract subscribers, according to Digitimes ... Read More »

T-Mobile Is Merger Top Dog, While Verizon, AT&T Estimates Cut … – Investor's Business Daily

T-Mobile US (TMUS)  is in the “driver’s seat” with a number of merger options, according to brokerage firm UBS, which also hiked its price target on the wireless carrier firm Wednesday and cut first-quarter earnings estimates for rivals AT&T (T) and Verizon Communications (VZ). UBS analyst John Hodulik raised his price target on T-Mobile to 80 from 63. Merger talks among telecom firms ... Read More »

Virtual Network Operators May Thrive With 5G Network Slicing

Virtual Network Operators May Thrive With 5G Network Slicing The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is a concept that has been around for more than a decade, but with the advent of 5G and network slicing, the virtual operator of the future could look a lot different than it does today. Today, MVNOs like Boost Mobile or Tracfone offer wireless ... Read More »

8 Important Considerations When Switching To An MVNO

8 Important Considerations When Switching To An MVNO Before you make the switch you need to think about a few things. Having good cellular service has become an important thing for most people. We use our phones for everything from keeping in touch to keeping entertained when we have a few quiet moments. It’s pretty great that we have such ... Read More »

Edu Mobile to target students with new MVNO in South Africa

Edu Mobile to target students with new MVNO in South Africa A new MVNO aimed at students, called Edu Mobile, is set to launch in South Africa in the next three months, according to founder Kyle Isaacs. He told Mybroadband.co.za that the MVNO is handling its own systems in-house, but declined to say which network it will use. Its main ... Read More »