- March 04, 2010
Competitive pricing may have held onto subscribers years ago, but then the iPhone arrived. Operators will have to prevent mobile churn now with attractive smartphone portfolios and strong mobile data networks to support those devices.
- February 25, 2010
By combining microwave backhaul systems with intelligent routing, one rural wireless operator expects to be able eventually to eliminate all 150 leased T1 lines at its cell sites and save millions of dollars in operating expenses.
- February 18, 2010
Verizon Wireless's approval of a Skype mobile VoIP app for its network may be more PR than substance. But it also signals that wireless operators are trialing mobile voice over IP (VoIP) applications to see whether they can reverse dwindling profits...
- February 15, 2010
Despite a dire economic climate, wireless telecom market revenues reached $215 billion in 2009. Strong smartphone sales could help maintain a rising ARPU trend in 2010, according to a new wireless telecom market review.
- February 11, 2010
Smartphone Wi-Fi capabilities may allow carriers to offload some mobile data traffic in public Wi-Fi hotspots as a temporary fix, not as a permanent solution to the surge in mobile broadband use.
- February 04, 2010
As wireless operators tap into the benefits of Long-Term Evolution (LTE), video delivery to mobile devices embodies the raison d'âtre for next-generation networking as well as its greatest challenge. But LTE is one part of the anatomy, which ...
- January 14, 2010
Wireless pricing models will probably change, but analysts say charging a premium for prioritized traffic won't turn around flat revenue from unlimited mobile broadband plans.
- January 07, 2010
The wireless business model of carrier-device monogamy in the U.S. is unlikely to be broken up by the launch of the Google Nexus One smartphone -- now built for only T-Mobile USA's 3G network but expected soon on other carrier networks.
- December 17, 2009
New deep packet inspection (DPI) software for carrier networks promises a peek into users' individual sessions, marking each stop along the route from base station to application. With this new view, mobile carriers will be better positioned to ...
- December 15, 2009
Telecom carriers looking for ways to stem declining services revenues turned their attention in 2009 to creating a service layer architecture that tightly knits networks to services platforms and makes the most of owning a network.
- December 08, 2009
As Huawei lands contracts across Europe, the telecom equipment provider has yet to score a major deal with any top North American operator. But analysts say that day isn't far off, as the U.S. market becomes a battleground for LTE vendors.
- December 01, 2009
The top 10 telecom industry predictions on business and technology issues from inCode include the death of the smartphone, the rise of the netbook, the challenges of cloud computing and trouble with ARPU and net neutrality.
- November 12, 2009
Standards for transporting data over Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology haven't rankled carriers, but defining a voice-over-LTE standard has been increasingly vital and problematic.
- November 12, 2009
Verizon Wireless and AT&T are two of six wireless operators from across the globe that gave their blessing for the IMS standard for LTE voice and Short Message Service (SMS) transport.
- November 05, 2009
An intelligent telecom service architecture enables carriers to offer more than dumb pipes, and a new Juniper Networks chipset can make new services cost-effective for carriers.