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Exhibit mobile innovation
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The mobile maze
Our survey explores the key drivers for and inhibitors to mobile services take-up, and the competencies that operators will need to meet customer needs.
Inside Telecommunications Q2 2012
In our latest edition, we look at the bring-your-own-device phenomenon at enterprises, spectrum policy considerations and the global status of LTE rollouts.
Inside Telecommunications: 1Q 2012 trends
2012 has already showcased plenty of new developments. In this issue, we examine LTE pricing, fiber rollouts and new network sharing initiatives worldwide. Learn more.
Managing fixed assets by global telecom operators
As global reporting affects a telco’s ability to manage its assets and new players continue to enter the market, it’s becoming increasingly challenging for operators to stay ahead of the curve. How are telecom organizations responding to the challenges of fixed assets management? Find out in our latest survey
Inside Telecommunications: 3Q 2011
We review key developments in the telecommunications sector over the last quarter ranging from the role of telecoms in cloud computing to the latest M&A activity. Gain perspective on the major trends that will impact the industry over the long term.
Telecom operators and working capital management 2011
In a quest to drive operational and financial efficiency, enhance customer service and boost service and network differentiation, telecom operators are looking to enhance working capital management. But bridging the gap from theory to practice is no easy feat. Discover the strategies that can help optimize your working capital approach.
Enabling the next wave of telecom growth in India
There are more than 700 million subscribers in India, and the overall teledensity has reached more than 60%. With plenty of opportunity remaining, the sector must create a robust policy to prepare for the next generation of reforms. What will India’s growth look like over the next ten years? Find out here.