We are an experienced team of marketing professionals who have been involved in all aspects of the industry from SS7 to VoIP, Policy Control to Customer Experience Management, from 2G to LTE. Today we're helping our customers target new opportunities in 5G, the IoT and smart technology. When you work with us, you’ll be working with a team that understands your business.
We offer a complete suite of marketing services to help startups and growing companies in the telecoms, ICT and IoT domains. We help define strategy, messaging and value propositions, backed by all the capabilities needed to design and implement campaigns to reach your target market. We pride ourselves on our ability to understand what you do, so we can make an immediate impact.
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Recently, Ofcom told us that, given that the country’s 5.2 million SMEs in the UK constitute 99.9% of UK businesses, account for 60% of private sector employment, and 47% of business revenue, “High quality communications connectivity is essential to their ability to participate in and drive the digital economy.” No argument here.
A few weeks back, we scoffed at BT for being a little bit sniffy at the immediate commercial credibility of Open Radio Access Network (RAN). Well, we can’t claim sole credit, but at least one US company has broken cover and shown how limited that perception is.
Earlier this month, the UK Government announced some results of its 5GTT (5G Testbeds and Trials) Programme—which it says is its nationally coordinated programme of investment in all things Fifth Gen, which started two years ago with a claimed £200m of taxpayer support. Absolutely accepting that this is far from over, what should industry be making of what seems to have “succeeded” so far?