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New internet protocols will leave operators in the dark

New internet protocols will leave operators in the dark

Written by on September 24, 2015 in Opinion with 0 Comments

It started with a throw away line at a recent analyst lunch. “Of course,” said a prominent analyst, “with speedy, operators are looking into a dark hole.” Those of us in the BSS world smiled intelligently and pretended to know what she meant. What she was actually referring to was ‘SPDY’ – soon to be […]

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Ad-blocking by telcos – like bringing a knife to a gunfight

Ad-blocking by telcos – like bringing a knife to a gunfight

Written by on May 27, 2015 in Features with 0 Comments

Recently we have seen a bunch of articles (see here [paid], here, here) suggesting that some mobile network operators – notably in Europe – are considering deploying ad-blocking capabilities in the network, and potentially charging companies such as Google for the right to ‘unblock’ them via some sort of revenue-share agreement. A company called Shine has […]

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