Analysys Mason Quarterly Apr-Jun 2019
30 April 2019
Regulators and policy-makers in several parts of the world have started to wonder whether large internet platform businesses may be a new form of utilities.
This comment argues that operators might be wiser to exploit the raw capacity of 5G networks (by aggressively pushing fixed–wireless access, for example) than rely on the illusory promise of price discrimination.
National regulatory authorities (NRAs) in developing markets are often faced with designing their own regulatory regimes and the stakes are high.
This comment, based on our recent series of SD-WAN case studies, explores the strategies of operators and their implications.
Two main events happened in the Italian mobile market in 2018. The combination could split the Italian prepaid mobile market into two segments.
Telecoms software spending will reach USD95.1 billion in 2022 propelled by digital transformation, NFV/SDN-driven network and operations automation and 5G deployments.
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