At the LTE World Summit, telecoms.com heard from Mike Thelander, CEO of Signals Research, who has first hand experience of LTE through his drive testing of the TeliaSonera LTE network supplied by Ericsson in Stockholm.
Telecoms.com caught up with Konstantinos Halkiotis, RAN integration principal engineer at Greek operator Cosmote, at the recent LTE World Summit and got his thoughts on the future.
At the LTE World Summit in Amsterdam, telecoms.com caught up with Seizo Onoe, SVP and managing director of the R&D strategy department at NTT DoCoMo, and got his views on LTE deployment.
Bill Payne, vice president of mobile broadband at Motorola, talks with telecoms.com about the maturity of the LTE ecosystem and expected commercial deployments of the technology on a wider scale in late 2011.
Here we talk to Kim Kyllesbech Larsen, director of technology services and international network economics at T-Mobile and get his thoughts on sweating existing operator assets and for how long that can be done.
At the LTE World Summit in Amsterdam recently, telecoms.com got to speak with Stephen J Bye, vice president of wireless at US cable carrier Cox Communications about his plans for LTE.
Telecoms.com recently attended the mBlox m-ticketing seminar for the public transport sector, which took place at the London Transport Museum.
Thomas Mann, head of distribution at Swedish railway, SJ, talks to telecoms.com about the company’s m-ticketing solution implemented in the autumn of 2008.
Tobias Friman, manager of Swedish consultancy Centigo, talks to telecoms.com about his work as project manager with SJ (Swedish Rail) to deploy an m-ticketing solution for the railway.
Andrew Bud, chairman of mobile transaction firm mBlox, talks to telecoms.com about the delivery of tickets to the mobile phone and considers a future where consumers can pay for their ticket online or even have it charged to their phone bill.
Lori Sylvia, Executive Vice President of Marketing for over the air (OTA) software firm Red Bend talks to telecoms.com about app stores, device management and the Red Bend software portfolio.
Sanjeev Verma, co-founder of network equipment and femtocell manufacturer Airvana, talks about the growing interest in femtocells both in the consumer and enterprise spaces, and the changing role of femtocells from providing coverage to providing new services.
Larry Socher, global lead network practice at consultancy Accenture, talks about the proliferation of smartphones, backhaul, and the explosion in user generated content.
Richard Stone, solutions manager for performance mangement firm Compuware,talks about measuring the end user experience, the growth in mobile data services and how the operators should data management.
Rory Buckley, CEO of mobile data services firm Acision,talks about how operators make money from data, the explosive growth of mobile data services and the importance of flat rate data pricing.
Angelo Morelli, global executive director for new product development and innovation at consultancy firm Accenture,talks about the ‘IP jungle’, innovation, and the challenges around the delivery of digital content.
Sybren van Bentum, head of product management at carrier services and value added service provider iBasis, talks about voice interconnection, signalling, and IMS.
Moray Rumney, lead technologist, and Renaud Duverne, wireless R&D market initiative manager with test and measurement firm Agilent, talk about the success of packet data, the growing complexity of devices, and the challenges involved in testing over a range of spectrum frequencies.
Benoit Jouffrey, VP of digital life management at value added service provider Gemalto, talks about user generated digital content and enabling consumer services across a wide range of devices.
The telecoms industry is beginning to see signs of economic recovery and can look forward to sustained, slow revenue growth in 2010, according to analyst research released by Informa Telecoms & Media.