Operators have to make the shift to digital

Operators have to make the shift to digital

CloudSense chief executive Richard Britton says that operators must evolve their business models for the digital world 

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Recycling: What Goes Around Comes Around

Recycling: What Goes Around Comes Around

CompareMyMobiles.com managing director Andrew Beckett talks about how to keep the recycling industry on the straight and narrow

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Speakers’ Corner: Long odds on operator epiphanies

Speakers’ Corner: Long odds on operator epiphanies

David Hilliard, chief executive of Mentor, specialist in telecoms execution challenges, explains why crucial plans from the networks will either fail, or only work at a great cost

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Speakers’ Corner: How to kill a mobile ‘golden goose’

Speakers’ Corner: How to kill a mobile ‘golden goose’

David Hillard, CEO of Mentor, specialists in telecoms execution challenges, says UK operators are being left behind by their global counterparts when it comes to providing the best customer experience

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Speakers’ Corner: Collective inertia is real enemy of LTE

Speakers’ Corner: Collective inertia is real enemy of LTE

David Hilliard, CEO of Mentor, specialist in telecoms execution challenges, looks at what operators can do to accelerate the evolution of mobile internet

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Speakers’ Corner: The high-stakes ‘Phoney Wars’

Speakers’ Corner: The high-stakes ‘Phoney Wars’

Guy Burkill, QC at UK patent barristers Three New Square, gives his view of the legal battles between smartphone manufacturers over technology patents

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Speakers’ Corner: A service industry failing punters

Speakers’ Corner: A service industry failing punters

Stephen Maxwell is chief commercial officer at ANOVO. He discusses how customers are being let down by insufficient after-sales processes and how the industry can improve in this area

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Speakers’ Corner: Apps will guide buying decisions

Speakers’ Corner: Apps will guide buying decisions

Manufacturers' battle for hearts and minds is now focused decisively on the mobile application market, says Ian Ralph, director of GfK Business and Technology, and the fight to differentiate product has become much more difficult

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Speakers Corner: LTE fix for operators hobbled by 3G

Speakers Corner: LTE fix for operators hobbled by 3G

Weimin Ying is president of LTE product line at Huawei Technologies. He discusses operators' issues migrating to LTE networks, and ways around the obstacle of major capital expenditure

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Speakers’ Corner: After the net neutrality blame game

Speakers’ Corner: After the net neutrality blame game

“The only way to do this is to divide available capacity between the many users accessing the mobile internet”

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