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Telenor's Sandberg Faces 5G, NFV Dilemma
The Digerati  
2/29/2016   1 comment
Norway's Telenor needs more regulatory certainty before it can firm up its 5G strategy.
TT Contest: We Have a Winner!
Mike Robuck  
2/26/2016   17 comments
The latest Telco Transformation contest focused on which service provider was the best at social media engagement.
Digital Operations Transformation Summit, Barcelona
Slideshows  
2/21/2016   37 comments
A host of top level communication service provider executives gathered in Barcelona ahead of MWC16 for the Digital Operations Transformation Summit -- find out what happened!
CenturyLink CTO Hussain Maps Out Virtualization
The Digerati  
2/19/2016   20 comments
DevOps, SDN, NFV are playing key roles in CenturyLink's digital transformation.
When IT Worlds Collide: AT&T's Parisian Provides Insight on Merger
The Digerati  
2/17/2016   16 comments
It was a lengthy IT to-do list when AT&T and DirecTV got the green light on their merger, but CIO Parisian moved quickly.
TT Contest: $250 up for Grabs!
Mike Robuck  
2/16/2016   46 comments
This month's Telco Transformation contest tackles social media engagement by service providers.
BBC's David Butler on IP Video R&D & Virtualization
Telco Transformation Video  
2/8/2016   4 comments
BBC R&D senior engineer David Butler talks about the impact that IP network innovation and SDN/NFV is having on video service creation and delivery.
Network Transformation Tops IoT Poll
Mike Robuck  
2/5/2016   11 comments
Network transformation and addressing security concerns should be top of mind for service providers implementing IoT strategies.
The Burning Platform of African Telecom
The Digerati  
2/5/2016   10 comments
Africa's operators need to overhaul their business models and strategies if they are to succeed in the OTT era.
CenturyLink's Middleton Talks About Prism TV, Gigabit Services
The Digerati  
2/4/2016   19 comments
CenturyLink rolls its FTTH Prism TV service into St. Paul and 19 nearby cities.
Orange's Olivier Ondet Aims for IoT Supremacy
The Digerati  
2/3/2016   8 comments
Orange is too busy making investments in new network technologies and expanding into other parts of the value chain to realize its grand IoT ambitions.




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