Price and quality are not the only tools MNOs can leverage to introduce more differentiated offers. They can help, but there are much more powerful ways to evolve existing solutions and introduce new services that are targeted to specific user segments.
MNOs, MWC, IP Centrex, VPN
IN services generate significant revenue and enable key network capabilities, but how will they evolve to meet the challenge of new networks and service delivery models? Download our white paper today to explore the issues and to understand the opportunities.
VoLTE, 4G, B2B Services, IN Services, 5G
Why have telcos consistently failed to understand the needs of SMBs*? That’s the question posed in a new report by industry analysts STL. However, our work with MNOs and MVNOs over the last decade or so suggests a very different story. We’ve seen telcos – both large and small – succeed in this market. So, in this article, we explore – and explode - a few of these myths. Telcos can absolutely understand and succeed with SMBs – here’s why.
*or SMEs, if you are European!
MNOs, SME, MVNOs, SMB
VoLTE may have only recently been launched in many countries but, already, some MNOs are looking ahead to the next generation – VoNR. What might that mean for the evolution of voice services? Where are we now, and where are we headed?
MNOs, VoLTE, 4G, 3G, 2G, 5G, VoNR, ViLTE, 3GPP
5G will create new demand for highly specific services and service capabilities from verticals.
To support this, MNOs need an agile service delivery framework that provides robust, real-time capabilities, and which can be shared with external services and across network slices, on-demand. How can MNOs achieve this?
MNOs, IoT, B2B, 5G, URLLC, API