In the telecoms and technology industry, we are always looking to predict the future. We want to know how consumer demands and requirements are changing, understand how technology will evolve, and predict the impact these will both have on networks … Continue reading The Future X Network: Enabling a New Digital Era
Although the number of internet users is increasing by the second, according to Facebook – two thirds of the world is still not connected to the internet. “Connecting the unconnected” has become a popular term, thrown about a lot in … Continue reading Are we doing enough to reach the unconnected?
Written by Scott Bicheno Just as with the rest of IoT, the connected home has been the subject of a lot of speculation but little end product. One company that hasn’t been afraid to try some out on its customers … Continue reading Swisscom details its progress in the connected home market
Considering all the tremendous work that goes into textile production, even the most simple cotton T-shirt – produced repeatedly by workers in the East in permanent struggle for decent working conditions and better wages – it makes sense to make … Continue reading How poor working conditions in the textile industry is encouraging use of ‘intelligent’ bins for recycling in the West
London Olympic Games were eagerly expected by the telecoms sector, it would be the first Olympic Games held after 3G networks matured worldwide and the popularization of smartphones and tablets. In many developed countries smartphones are reaching 50% penetration rate, and from now on, any hosting country or city of big global events will need to plan its mobile networks for the surge in voice and data traffic. Huawei has commissioned Informa to run a consumer survey in London during the Olympic Games, to understand visitors’ mobile services usage and overall satisfaction during the event. The sample size was 889 … Continue reading High Customer Satisfaction During London Olympic Games