Tag: Communications

What to do about start-ups

What to do about start-ups

Written by on October 27, 2015 in Opinion with 0 Comments

In the communications industry our opinion of telecoms operators tends to change, a lot. One day, we will sigh and, head bowed, condemn operators to the dark path of bit-pipery. We will blame the siren of data that they seem to be hell-bent on making into a commodity. We will point to the greater agility […]

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What is communications anyway?

What is communications anyway?

Written by on January 12, 2015 in BillingViews, Opinion with 1 Comment

Facebook is fast becoming YouTube’s main competitor. The number of video posts showing up in users’ timelines is up 360 percent since this time last year. This is interesting but is already causing unforeseen problems. Operators, already hurting from OTT players driving more and more data over their networks, are being squeezed even further. Some […]

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Europe’s net neutrality ruling is in no one’s interest

Europe’s net neutrality ruling is in no one’s interest

Written by on April 8, 2014 in BillingViews, Guest Blog with 1 Comment

EU parliamentarians voted last week for a far reaching net neutrality law that will bar telecom operators from charging extra for delivering faster services.   According to the press release issued by the European Parliament, “MEPs want clear rules to prevent internet access providers from promoting some services at the expense of others…internet access should […]

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