Mobile Broadband Strategies
Daily Insight | December 6, 2013
Australian operator Telstra continues to push the mobile network envelope. It announced its pilot of LTE-Advanced achieved data download speeds of 300M bps across its live 4G network.
Network Transformation Strategies
Perspectives | November 12, 2013
Samsung produces some of the world's best smartphones, but the company is also a potent mobile infrastructure supplier with deep experience supplying bleeding-edge technology to South Korean mobile operators that operate the most advanced commercial networks anywhere in the world. The company has the potential to displace other players, but what has to happen for it to succeed?
Keys to 4G Success
Perspectives | November 8, 2013
U.K. operator EE’s recently announced plans to address the connectivity needs of small business users show it intends to hold its lead in 4G, specifically by customizing offers and playing up its coverage advantage. EE’s rivals will need to respond quickly to keep up.
4G Customer Experience Imperative
Perspectives | October 18, 2013
Customer experience management (CEM) took center stage at this year’s TIA show. But can seeing the world through the eyes of customers really help operators differentiate and generate more revenue?
Solving the Data Profit Puzzle
Perspectives | September 20, 2013
Although AT&T was one of the first operators to report connected device numbers in its quarterly metrics reports, it wasn’t until recently that it at last pulled what it believes are all the right levers to turn its sales of connected tablets from a trickle to a flood.
Perspectives | May 16, 2013
What if every mobile operator, no matter how obscure their spectrum holdings, could be assured that even the most popular devices would work seamlessly over their networks? Qualcomm’s RF360 aims to make that vision a reality.
“krehbehn: Lack of 860/2.6 GHz iPhone supercharges 1.8 refresh & provides near-term pain for operators vested in 860/2.6 http://t.co/DLLEWRup #ygmb”@Ken Rehbehn | January 24, 2013