Telecoms, tech and IoT marketing insights
One broadband operatore to rule them all? Rome’s attempt to build a national broadband service in a day. Reports on possible Italian state intervention raises less than comfortable memories of Blunders down Under and under-priced manifesto offers.
After a strong year, 5G can pop a few champagne corks. But why is FWA not being invited to the party?
We seem to be ending 2021 on a worrying note again, with a new variant and all sorts of uncertainty in the air. But as a sector--as businesses selling great comms tech and services, and as consumers of amazing ubiquitous connectivity--we’ve actually never had it so good.
6G: The Path to Standardisation. RMA’s Guy Redmill contributes to “Shaping Future 6G Networks” published by Wiley
With a publishing date of 9 December, Shaping Future 6G Networks: Needs, Impacts and Technologies is the latest must-read for everyone interested in “the realistic capabilities of 6G technologies” as well as exploring the societal and technology drivers that are driving the next generation of wireless networks”.
Christmas Is Coming! How about a copy of “Shaping Future 6G Networks” which includes a chapter from RMA’s very own Guy Redmill
Wondering what to buy for Christmas for the telco geek in your life? Look no further than a copy of Shaping Future 6G Networks: Needs, Impacts and Technologies which will be published in early December and can now be pre-ordered from Amazon or direct from Wiley.
A new study by Yole Développement predicts the convergence of a perfect storm of conditions that will finally drive significant growth in IoT over the next two years.
Our sector’s customer service image is changing for the better. But we still have a long, long way to go
In early September, a prominent British computer journalist called Stuart Lauchlan published what some might call a rant but others a heartfelt piece born out of years and years of frustration with Openreach headlined, ‘Broadband Britain can be done, but it needs to stop being so damn difficult to achieve’.
Utilising urban micro-infrastructure, namely street furniture, will have a significant impact in realising the 5G vision in densely populated urban environments. Telefónica Deutschland / O2’s fibre optic-connected streetlight offers an insight into that future.
What’s the frequency, Kenneth? The wrong one, it seems.
The world is on fire, and we can’t pretend it isn’t any more. There’s no need for too much of the ‘Doomwatch,’ but for three days in August, 7 billion tonnes of rain fell on the peak of Greenland—not just the largest amount since records began, but the first time we know of that rain, not snow, fell on the country’s highest peak.
Once upon a time, a pretty sentimental movie called Field of Dreams gave the Millennial generation something of a catchphrase: “Build it, and he will come” (it gets mis-phrased now as “they will come”, as tends to happen to so many catchphrases).