White papers

Delivering profitable mobile broadband

In many developed markets, mobile broadband experienced continued strong growth in 2008 and competes with SMS for the best selling service after voice. However, traffic and resulting costs are becoming so high that operators need to take action in order to manage profitability. The rules known from the mobile voice business no longer work: Broadband […]
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Published February 11, 2009.


In the news

Ny Teknik: För eller emot tidig 4G-premiär

Mobilexperterna formerar sig i två läger. För eller emot en tidig lansering av 4G. För är förstås de svenska operatörerna Telia, Tele2 och Telenor, som redan bestämt sig för att köra igång nästa år. Med starkt stöd från leverantörer som Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks och Huawei förstås. Read full article
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Published January 29, 2009.


In the news

Ny Teknik: Internet avgör telekom-racet

Mobiloperatörer – glöm egna tjänster och att “äga kunden”! Det är internet användarna vill ha och inget annat. Den operatör som först förstår detta vinner, anser telekomräven Bengt Nordström. Read full article
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Published December 10, 2008.


White papers

UMA catalyses convergence revenue battle for mobile operators

Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) has been a conference and presentation fixture in various forms for many years, but little has so far materialized. Now, the convergence winds of change are fast approaching storm force, whipped up not least by the strong advances of Voice over IP on the one hand and the fixed-mobile substitution trend […]
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Published October 6, 2005.


White papers

Weighing in: VoIP over WLAN for Europe

VoIP over WLAN has received considerable press coverage lately. In this white paper Northstream concluded that VoIP in general constitutes an evolution of the way operators implement the services, rather than a revolution of user behavior. The document examines VoIP over WLAN in further detail to determine which use cases are expected to generate revenue […]
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Published August 31, 2005.