I am happy and proud to announce I am running for a second term at the IGDA LocSIG. It took me a while to settle on a decision. Not because of lack of interest -quite the contrary actually-, but because…
While residential gigabit access has been technically feasible for years, few service providers have included it in their portfolios. It seemed highly unlikely that the customers would be willing to pay for such speeds, let alone actually perceive a change The post Gigabit and beyond: pricing and positioning strategies appeared first on diffraction analysis.
1. Careem has greater religious tolerances than Uber. Careem spreads its services to Muslim countries including Palestine. Uber assisted in breaking the NYC taxi driver’s strike against Trump’s Muslim ban by lowering prices which further ruined the campaign. Show More Summary
Here are a few items from late last week and over the weekend that are worth catching up on before we start the week:... [visit site to read more]
In an interview with Light Reading, CEO of EE, Marc Allera, said the UK runs the risk of falling behind other countries in the deployment of 5G infrastructure. He argued that mobile operators are constantly faced with hurdles to invest, such as landowner charges on rented land. The company is currently rolling out 500 new […]
The trend line in the 5G world is that things are moving more quickly than planners thought they would.
According to a report from Bloomberg late yesterday, GTT is making another key inorganic move. The CEO of Perseus, Jock Percy, has apparently been quoted as saying that GTT will be buying the company for $39.5M.... [visit site to read more]
There was some M&A in the managed network services space yesterday that's worth a look. Netherlands-based Expereo has announced the acquisition of French-based Border 6.... [visit site to read more]
Yesterday Nokia took the wraps off of its next generation routing platform and moved the conversation from the terabit to the petabit.... [visit site to read more]
Ofcom has today published research by Ipsos MORI on how audiences perceive the BBC’s distinctiveness. This is an extract from the executive summary: “Overall the BBC was thought to offer consistently high quality output across its many different services, providing content that participants personally valued. Show More Summary
Network virtualization is on the short list of most vital technologies being developed and implemented today.