Insights, Predictions

#1 – Mobile Edge Computing will go on hyper scale dating

Edge computing in the telecom world has been maturing in recent years but no major deployments have yet taken place. The B2B demand is now here as enterprises are showcasing edge computing use cases. The enterprise customers are now asking for private network solutions where edge cloud is a necessity. As many enterprises have started to transfer their systems to be run on public […]
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Published December 11, 2020 in , .


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#2 – 5G will be open for Business

So far, 5G has been made available to consumers in many parts of the world with, if not revolutionary, then at least substantially improved user experiences. 5G for the enterprise markets, on the other hand, has so far been an attractive but elusive promise that seems yet to materialize.  However, we believe this will change […]
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#3 – eSIM and global IoT: finally meant to be

eSIM/eUICC offers substantial benefits to enterprise IoT customers in terms of flexibility and increased ease of multi-country IoT deployments. However, adoption has been somewhat slow since the ecosystem around eSIM was not sufficiently developed in the first years after the standard became available. Recently, the technological and commercial capabilities have been maturing, making it easier […]
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#4 – When classic revenues stagnate, find different seeds to cultivate

Adapting to a new industry standard of flat revenues, Operators are venturing outside of the connectivity service space to find new revenue streams. Operators are exploring monetizing in-house capabilities, embracing new partnerships and/or acquiring to diversify their services. But there is no magical and simple solution to this complicated problem, instead Operators need to address […]
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#5 – Smart buildings kicking in doors

Already with a foot (and fiber) in the door, many operators have turned to smart buildings and homes as a promising vertical to offer connectivity and smart services beyond their existing offerings. Despite digitalization slowly entering the building, real estate, and construction space, those companies have historically been conservative in their adoption of technology backed up by comfortable margins – until 2020 and CoVid-19. With the new age of working and an increased focus […]
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Published December 11, 2020 in , .