Big data analysis is the next innovative technique that the telecommunications (telecom) sector is deploying. Big data will tame the telecommunications abundance of data, and enable harvesting information “gold” from existing data storage. We know that Big data includes paper as well as innovating new ways of collecting numerous touch-points of data. Telecoms have always […]
Cook Brings In Apple Earlier this year, Tim Cook announced Apple TV+, the company’s long-awaited over-the-top (OTT) video service, would launch this fall. The presentation of the news came in Apple’s typical hype-building fashion. But with news of original programming comes celebrities and with that a new degree of hysteria – even for Apple. The […]
Thanks to ‘all things smart and intelligent’, from interactive fitness trackers and smart thermostats to driverless vehicles and connected smart kitchens, the Internet of Things (IoT) has witnessed increased adoption- to make our lives smarter and more interactive, in the recent years. As the Internet of Things continues to pervade the enterprise and consumer worlds, […]
Though the Internet of Things (IoT) is heralded as a future money spinner for industries far and wide, one analyst says telcos won’t see 5G-related windfalls from IoT any time soon. As reported by RCRwireless, New Street Research partner Andrew Entwistle dumped cold water on the future of IoT and its relationship to 5G wireless […]
Communications and networking might be overlooked by smart cities, missing out on the potential capabilities of partnering with telecoms to build “heterogeneous networks” that deliver service to multiple platforms. The Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) claims — in its latest report titled “The Central Role of Telecoms in the Smart City” — that emerging technologies […]
While Internet of Things’ big money will go to platform services, there’s a massive market awaiting those who can analyze IoT’s messy data.
Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon are quietly going to war with the telecom giants for control of the Internet’s backbone.
Microsoft now commands an impressive one-third of voice traffic through Skype, but it’s traffic that its competitors increasingly want to shed. Is Skype a winning hand in a losing market?