Uber Outlawed in London: The War against OTT continues
Opinion
October 18, 2017

Uber Outlawed in London: The War against OTT Continues

Like me, you might have recently read that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and the Transport Authority of London…
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Opinion
October 5, 2017

Still not Invested in WebRTC?

Last week, during my morning Twitter routine, I came across market research on WebRTC. The article points out: “The application…
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Voice-first
Opinion
April 4, 2017

Voice Assistants, an IoT Opportunity for Carriers

We clearly live in a screen-based world. We spend our days clicking, typing, or swiping on our smartphones, our desk…
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phonealive-2
Opinion
February 22, 2017

The Disappearance of the Phone Number?

Let’s face it, phone numbers are very much alive. In fact, I believe that people are just not ready to…
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hbhotel
Opinion
February 6, 2017

Don’t Let Marketeers Shape the Future of Enterprise Communications

Email as we know it is more than 25 years old. We spent the first part of the last 10…
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Opinion
November 3, 2016

Trump, ABBA, and European OTT Policy

“They gave me a defective mic,” Trump told reporters just after the first presidential debate in the US. He went…
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Opinion
October 27, 2016

A Truly Fixed-Mobile Converged Solution

You might be thinking that fixed mobile convergence (FMC) is hardly a hot topic nowadays and wondering why I’m writing…
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Opinion
September 20, 2016

The Carrier Cloud Means Security

Are you as hooked as I am on Mr. Robot – you know the TV show that has been making…
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it aint necessarily so
Opinion
September 8, 2016

It Ain’t Necessarily So

This refrain from the famous Gershwin song just keeps popping into my head. Maybe it’s because I’ve been talking to…
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The Low Hanging Fruit For Network Providers
Opinion
September 6, 2016

The Low Hanging Fruit for Network Providers

  You’re probably going to balk when I now name the fattest, ripest and juiciest fruit on your tree: namely…
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