Alun Lewis

Alun Lewis

Alun sadly passed away in 2016. He was a journalist in the convergence sector, regularly contributing to most of the UK-based international telecoms publications/websites. Particular expertise in all areas of wireless and cellular, OSS/BSS, telecoms software, service provider issues and strategies. He had a wide range of business clients, from Alcatel, Nortel, HP, Telcordia, Thomson and the TM Forum, to niche start-ups.


He is missed by his many colleagues and friends.

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Smart things need to be, well, smart

Smart things need to be, well, smart

Written by on December 23, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

This article was first provided by Peter Rennison of Cambridge Wireless. The process of providing connectivity and functionality to ‘things’ no longer represents a challenge in the modern digital era. However, this does not mean that these connected devices are necessarily smart or make smart business sense, according to speakers at the recent CW (Cambridge Wireless) […]

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In M2M and IoT, we need perspective

In M2M and IoT, we need perspective

Written by on November 2, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

When it comes to introducing new technologies to any sector, understanding the cultural issues of the business communities involved can be just as critical as the choice of system or vendor. In IoT / M2M, do we need a new breed of ‘digital anthropologist’ to help us navigate this emerging terrain and what skill sets we’ll […]

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