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    Cisco Claims Rapid SDN Strides

    Jatinder Singh  – Cisco’s brilliant execution strategy at the fore again. Read this post to understand how Cisco will drive the SDN wave into the most integrated end-to-end solution play across the enterprise and carrier space, and its published family of 800 APIs will stand it in good stead. LightReading India for full story:  

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    Robust Growth Ahead for SBC, VAS and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS): Dell’ORo Group

    Dell’Oro Group, the trusted source for information about the networking and telecommunications industries, reported that spending in voice core key growth segments, LTE and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) Core, will continue to increase over the next five years. Revenue projections for the SBC and VAS markets reveal a greater than ten percent compounded annual growth…

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    GSMA Joins Affordable Internet Coalition

    By: eGov Innovation The GSMA, an association that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, has joined the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI), a diverse global coalition of over 50 members committed to driving down the cost of internet access in developing countries via regulatory and policy reform. The GSMA said it will work closely…

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  • Telstra Teams with Telkom Indonesia

    By: Dylan Bushell-Embling Australia’s Telstra and Telkom Indonesia have teamed up to provide network applications and services (NAS) in the Indonesian market. The two operators plan to incorporate a new joint venture in Indonesia targeting companies operating in or connecting with Indonesia. The proposed JV will act as the exclusive NAS provider in Indonesia for…

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  • South Korean 5G Internet Move to Increase Download Speeds

    By: Justin McCurry South Korea’s already impressive internet speeds are about to pull even farther ahead of the rest of the world with plans to introduce a next-generation 5G wireless service capable of downloading full-length films in a second. The country’s science ministry said on Thursday it would invest 1.6t won ($1.5bn) with local firms…

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    4G Driving Data Usage but not all Markets Reaping the Rewards

    By: Calum Dewar Digital pioneers are seeing a positive impact from 4G but Europe is still struggling, says a new report from GSMA Intelligence. The rapid migration towards 4G-LTE in the world’s most advanced mobile markets is driving a surge in data usage, with 4G users typically consuming twice as much data per month as other…

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    Who’s Paying For Your Free Airport Wi-Fi?

    By: Alex Konrad Ten years ago McCarran was one of the first big U.S. airports to give away Wi-Fi. Today the airport is in the process of deploying one of the first systems to beam Wi-Fi outside the terminal to fliers stuck on board arriving and departing aircraft. Airports aren’t offering Wi-Fi because it’s suddenly cheap–it’s…

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    Verizon Publishes First Transparency Report

    By BRIAN X. CHEN Verizon Communications on Wednesday published a transparency report describing when and why it receives requests for customer data, like phone records or emails, from law enforcement and government agencies. Verizon is the first major phone carrier to publish a report of this kind — other carriers, like AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile US, have…

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    Telecom NZ Wins 700 MHz Spectrum Bid

    Telecom New Zealand has won the bid for the final 2×5 MHz lot of 700 MHz radio spectrum, the government announced. Telecom chief executive Simon Moutter said the fourth lot of spectrum will help improve the speed and capacity of Telecom’s 4G mobile network, including in the less densely populated areas. Telecom bid NZD 83…

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