The most “traditional” element of telecoms is undergoing radical change. New entrants, new spectrum and broadband policies, and growing breadth of customer needs are changing the industry landscape.
5G / public networks are no longer the “lead actor” in solving enterprises’ challenges, and consumers demands continue to evolve. FTTX, Wi-Fi6/7 and new satellite + HAPS technologies are increasing network options and diversity.
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Deployment of digital twins by telcos runs significantly behind some verticals as they have less compelling use cases. However, they
The transportation and logistics sector is one of the most promising industries for private LTE and 5G networks, as well
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There is now a valuable but specialised opportunity in building out fibre to support small 5G cells in high value
Wi-Fi will retain its preeminent position for enterprise in-building connectivity, despite hype about 5G. New Wi-Fi 6/6E/7 generations are game-changers
There is a proliferation of reports on the potential technologies and use cases that will be part of the 6G
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the severity of the digital divide globally, which cannot be solved by large telecoms operators alone.
The emergence of new service providers will challenge traditional telcos and constrain network monetisation going forward.
In this report we update our initial model of the potential financial value of adding analytics, AI and automation (A3)
Telecoms is too important to leave up to traditional fixed and mobile operators. Thanks to the “democratisation” of shared spectrum,
Network convergence is not a new concept and is one that has been consistently explored and often pursued by CSPs
The forces of divergence and convergence have shifted in favour of the latter, with the move to cloud native and
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