We know that necessity is the mother of invention, but it’s also frequently the driver for bipartisan policy-making. For years, broadband inequity and digital gaps in both rural and urban communities were acknowledged but not addressed. But the pandemic changed that – in a big way. Chip Pickering, CEO of Incompas, recently provided Telecom Review with some insight into broadband and the blueprint for its success.
Telecom Review recently visited with Michael Wheeler, EVP of NTT’s Global IP Network in order to get an update for the industry on NTT. They are working on initiatives that will further grow NTT’s business.
Sabey Data Centers offers coast to coast data centers for today’s technology environment. Telecom Review recently visited with the Executive Director of Sabey Data Centers, John Sabey, to provide a company overview for our readers. As the top ICT publication for the wireless and wired communications industry, our readers are among the most knowledgeable in this business environment.
PROSE, the spinoff of Rosenberger Technologies' antenna and wireless product portfolio, was announced in early 2022. We connected with Vick Mamlouk, Senior Advisor at Rosenberger Technologies, to shed light on the essence of this new brand, their current business environment, and the growth outlook within the wireless industry.
Telecom Review recently visited with Vic Bozzo, Chief Revenue Officer of SONOC, to give our readers a feel for how their platforms are performing for the industry.
Since 2016, Nokia has taken a series of steps to enhance CSP network enterprise operations, including re-architecting its software applications to make them fully cloud-native and deployable in any cloud environment, edge, public or private.
Telecom Review had the opportunity to conduct an exclusive interview with Börje Ekholm, president and CEO of Ericsson, to discuss further Ericsson’s vision of the future and what they consider key for progress, among other interesting insights.
Service Management & Orchestration evolves the service layer of traditional OSS using intent-based orchestration, standard models (e.g., YANG) and closed-loop control to fully automate services across hybrid domains. With a real-time, end-to-end view of the entire service and a single interface into the BSS layer, service providers can achieve a zero-touch operational model that is essential for new multivendor digital services, including highly dynamic 5G and IoT offerings.
Brett Feldman at Goldman Sachs recently completed an interview with John Stankey, CEO of AT&T. Below is a transcript of that interview.
MTN GlobalConnect, a digital wholesale and infrastructure services company, is investing in an end-to-end digital ecosystem offering advanced digital solutions to businesses in Africa. Leading the journey is General Manager of Wholesale Mobility Kedar Gupte, who is driven by the market opportunity in a mobile-first economy. Telecom Review Africa had the chance to talk with him and learn what MTN GlobalConnect is planning for the digital wholesale mobility landscape of Africa.