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Sep 15
2016

EU court bypasses European Commission on termination rates

A national court can set rates for mobile and fixed termination, according to a ruling by the EU Court of Justice in a case brought by Dutch operators against the national regulator ACM. The court must take account of the recommendations from the European Commission on termination, but can vary from these based on the specific circumstances of the…

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Sep 1
2016

Why Operating in Real-Time Matters

The telecommunications market moves rapidly and it seems a day does not go by that you do not see a headline about new mobile plans, new VoIP and OTT apps being launched or a new acronym.  It is a daunting task to keep up with all the market changes and even more difficult trying to remain competitive or lead the market.  So how should…

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Aug 18
2016

IVR Technologies Welcomes R&R Managed Telecom Services to the Talking SIP Ecosystem!

R&R Managed Telecom Services provides turn-key hosted SBC, SS7 ports and LTE solutions for Carriers worldwide. We host the same SBCs that power the networks of AT&T, Verizon and TATA but we specialize in lowering the point of entry so that Carriers of any size can use the most advanced voice switching technologies. R&R has a unique…

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Aug 16
2016

IVR Technologies Drives Rapid Third-Party Integration with the Introduction of the Talking SIP™ Web Service API

The Talking SIP Web Service API is a secure, scalable and extensible interface that has been developed around a RESTful (representational state transfer) interface using the lightweight JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) standards-based data-interchange format to allow service providers to seamlessly integrate the Talking SIP platform into any…

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Aug 1
2016

How mobility as a service relates to the changing face of enterprise mobility

  Managed mobility services, or mobility as a service (MaaS), is an area of enterprise mobility which feels almost hot and cold at the same time: while awareness is low, the opportunity is high. The idea is great on paper. Analyst firm Ovum put together a research report highlighting the six key components of an end to end enterprise mobility…

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Jul 15
2016

Global Mobile Data Revenues to Reach $630 Billion by 2020 - Park Associates

A Parks Associates industry report estimates global mobile data revenue will increase from $386 billion in 2015 to $630 billion in 2020, with most of the revenue growth in the Asia & Pacific region and the rest of the world. North America and Western Europe will see only minimal growth, and in the U.S. especially, alternatives such as…

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Jul 13
2016

Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) market size is forecast to generate USD 89.25 billion revenue by 2022: Global Market Insights Inc.

    Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) market size worth $89.25 billion by 2022; as per a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.  Growing disposable income and growing migrating population, particularly from Asia Pacific, for education and employment is expected to drive the global MVNO market.  Operators…

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Jul 1
2016

Cable MVNOs face major challenges in a competitive market

  The mobile and wireline industries are set to collide as some cable companies appear to be gearing up to launch wireless services. But there's little reason to expect the mobile landscape to be radically overhauled anytime soon. Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA), the world's largest cable TV company by revenue, executed on its MVNO deal with Verizon…

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Jun 15
2016

Global LTE subscribers double to 1.29 billion – GSA

LTE uptake is continuing to grow at an impressive rate as Q1 2016 saw subscriptions worldwide double to 1.29 billion, according to the GSA. Figures released by the Global mobile Suppliers Association suggest LTE is currently growing faster than any other mobile communications technology. Earlier this year the number of LTE subscriptions rose above…

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Jun 1
2016

Wi-Fi Calling and Why Voice Still and Will Matter

There is a tendency for all of us in the communications industry when we think about not just the future but the present of networks and their traffic to, in essence, marginalize, and in some cases write-off, voice communications.  After all, as the world goes all-IP, voice becomes a commodity, the next generation workforce appears…

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