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2105, 2014

Does Direct Operator Billing Make Sense?

By |21 May, 2014|Tags: |

Does Direct Operator Billing Make Sense? With the global increase in the usage of smartphones and the desire to purchase goods and services online, it has become evident that mobile operators must act quickly to consider the changing needs of their customers. Some mobile operators [...]

705, 2014

The Paradox of Mobile Operator Innovation

By |7 May, 2014|Tags: |

The Paradox of Mobile Operator Innovation These are exciting times where the rate at which new technologies become available increases exponentially. For every new trend a mini industry is formed whereby the bloggers and conference organisers have a field day surfing the crest of the hyped wave. A range of [...]

105, 2014

A Connected Telco

By |1 May, 2014|Tags: |

A Connected Telco We have been involved in the telecommunications API space longer than most; we started in this space long before we ever knew we were actually there! SOAP interfaces with XML markup languages for internal and third party communications between systems some 10 years ago. It has been [...]

904, 2014

Driving New Revenue Streams with API Management

By |9 April, 2014|Tags: |

Driving New Revenue Streams with API Management Are your Voice and SMS margins experiencing significant pressures?  Would new revenue streams sound interesting?  If so, it may be time to start thinking outside the box as mobile operators begin to shift from being mobile service providers to mobile service innovators. It [...]

304, 2014

WebRTC, what is it for?

By |3 April, 2014|Tags: |

WebRTC, what is it for? Having attended the recent WebRTC Summit conference in London I’m still not sure of the role this technology will play in future services. Within the operator community I see a couple of very polarised views. Firstly, all the core network people, well versed in the [...]

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