Frequency allocation and international regulatory framework top discussions in advance of 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19)
ICT stakeholders convene in Geneva for first ITU inter-regional workshop on WRC-19 preparation
Geneva, 30 November 2017 – Regulators, regional and international organizations, industry players, operators and manufacturers gathered in Geneva on 21-22 November at the first in a series of inter-regional workshops hosted by ITU in preparation for ITU’s World Radiocommunication Conference 2019 (WRC-19), to be held from 28 October to 22 November 2019.
Bigbelly Joins JMA Wireless to Showcase Smart City Platform for Hosting Telecom Infrastructure at Mobile World Congress Americas
Bigbelly, the world leading Smart City Solutions Provider specializing in smart waste and recycling systems, to showcase its multi-purpose platform at Mobile World Congress Americas(September 12-14, Moscone Center, San Francisco), and demonstrate how to leverage their core waste infrastructure as a host for wireless and telecommunications technologies. JMA Wireless will preview Bigbelly's telecom cabinet and its capability as a multi-purpose Smart City platform at its booth (Hall South Stand S.930).
Tata Communications Ltd Now Leveraging Apttus Enterprise Contract Management for Contract Lifecycle Management
Apttus, which provides the first and only platform to combine end-to-end Quote-to-Cash business process automation with behavior applications and artificial intelligence to enable customers to maximize revenue, today announced that Tata Communications Limited, a leading global provider of A New World of Communications™, has successfully implemented Apttus Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM), gaining better business insights and decreasing cycle time for its contracts. Apttus, the world's leading provider of contract management solutions, was a natural fit for Tata Communications globe-spanning business.
Negotiating Telecom? Waiting Can Be Costly
Recently I've spoken with several executives who've stated that they aren't going to be negotiating their telecommunications agreements in the near term because they are in the process of transformation. This is alarming because it translates to a large opportunity cost and smacks of carrier rhetoric.
The reality is, whether your transformation consists of a migration to SD-WAN,
Telcos: Could they be the 'White Knights' of the internet of things?
Buzz around the vast potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) – a huge network of sensors and smart devices, combined with advanced analytics and cloud services to make sense of all the data – continues to build. Meanwhile, a less attention-getting, but equally important, question lingers in the background: who will actually support the complex infrastructure required to connect the multitude of technologies and devices in the emerging IoT ecosystem?