Tag: telecom

Squire and Cerillion partner to simplify charging across hybrid networks

Squire Technologies and Cerillion are partnering to simplify charging across hybrid networks, building on a successful joint implementation for Sure in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. As service providers converge their networks […]

CALVI and Zenith form alliance to help CSPs transform BSSOSS layer faster

CALVI and Zenith alliance focuses on reduced IT complexity and improved customer experience in the telecom billing landscape

OB-BAA 3.0 eases migration to interoperable cloud-based networks

The Broadband Forum has published Release 3.0 of its Open Broadband – Broadband Access Abstraction (OB-BAA) open-source project. Release 3.0 provides: key capabilities to manage SNMP-based Access Nodes via a vendor’s adapters, thus accelerating migration to […]

Gen Z want safety and respect

Microsoft study shows that young workers and customers are concerned about internet civility

Beyond the greenwashing – getting the green light for data centres

Environmental impact is returning to the top of the digital agenda, but optimising data centres can save significant sums of both money and carbon

Virgin Media thinks outside the box

Moves into electric vehicle recharging, and emphasises green credentials

How you can tell your digital transformation is on the wrong track

Too many so-called digital transformation projects are really IT renewal in digital clothing.

UK pricing and packaging update

Price hikes, unlimited deals, limited-time discounts – a round up of what’s happening in broadband pricing and bundling in the UK

Ciena acquires service assurance vendor Centina

Expands its OSS solution, with technology to be integrated into Blue Planet MDSO and BPI

CEE focus: Vivacom is for sale (again), and EQT buys fibre firm Inexio

Investment in CEE continues, with 99% of investors saying they would invest again

Enreach expands UK presence

Buys Midlands-based B2B reseller Network Telecom

Flexible working still a huge opportunity for B2B telcos

Service providers need to consider how they increase their revenues by better targeting homeworking

Gamma results up, targets Europe and UCaaS

Gamma’s results are once again ahead of expectations, thanks to growth in its UK indirect businesses, particularly from higher-margin areas such as cloud telephony (SIP Trunking and Cloud PBX). Half-yearly pretax profit GBP21.7 million (up […]

What B2B telcos can learn from automotive manufacturers

Automotive firms have moved beyond products to experience-oriented service