At MWC Shanghai, Telecom Review sat down with a speaker from the event, representing PatAlert, a startup run by AWA in Sweden. Cathrin Johansson, Head of Innovation at AWA, spoke to us about the world of patents and how PatAlert is going to change the way tech companies develop their businesses and manage their patents.
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Telcos are increasingly adopting a customer-centric approach as the world prepares for the 4th industrial revolution. A seamless customer service is now their ultimate goal, and in order to achieve that, improved network quality is, of course, their first recourse. For the network to enable such a great experience, a complete makeover is required.
Intelsat has been able to prove itself as a leading satellite player in the world and in the Asia Pacific region. To know more about the company’s presence in the APAC region, Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with Terry Bleakly, managing director, APAC, Intelsat who highlighted the role that satellites can play in the 5G era. He also explained what sort of challenges Intelsat faces in the region and announced the launching of a new satellite very soon.
Ekinops is a French company serving the world with a product portfolio that consists of two highly complementary product sets. One, marketed under the EKINOPS 360 brand name, provides a single, fully integrated platform for Metro, Regional, and Long-Haul applications up to 400G. The other, marketed under the OneAccess brand name, provides a wide choice of physical and virtualized deployment options for enterprise services requiring layer 2 and layer 3 network functions.
Tan Tian Seng, director, products and marketing at Singtel Satellite discussed in an exclusive interview with Telecom Review how the company is offering its customers a seamless communications experience. He also explained why Singtel Satellite is not involved in the aviation sector and how 5G will change the satellite industry.
The satellites industry can be broader than we think and is a key driver of the digital revolution that is happening today. One of the major satellite players is Newtec. To know more about what the company is showcasing at CommunicAsia 2019 and its involvement in 5G technology, Telecom Review sat with the CEO Thomas Van den Driessche.
5G has taken the tech world by storm, and it won’t be long before telco companies all over the world start scrambling to get a piece of what is now being heralded as the “fourth industrial revolution.” One of the key players in this high speed race is ZTE Corporation, one of China’s prestigious multinational telecommunications companies. We spoke to ZTE’s director of wireless solutions, Summer Chen to give us a clear insight on what ZTE has been working on in terms of 5G technology development and their plans for the future.
After Trump’s numerous attempts to restrict Huawei’s business in the West, he finally built his ‘wall’, the one that has made the Chinese tech behemoth lose its access to the US market.
Iridium is the only mobile voice and data satellite communications network that spans the entire globe. Being in business for over 20 years, Iridium delivers an innovative and rich portfolio of reliable solutions for markets that require truly global communications. Telecom Review met with Bryan Hartin, executive vice president of sales & marketing, Iridium at ConnecTechAsia 2019 to talk about the company’s most recent product, the IC-SAT100.
Ultrafast data rates. High availability. Extreme flexibility. Support for an exponentially larger number of connected devices as compared to 4G. 5G promises all of these features, paving the way for a dizzying array of use cases ranging from smart transport to advanced critical communications to autonomous factories to immersive consumer experiences. Analyst firm IHS Markit predicts that 5G will drive $12.3 trillion of global economic output in 2035, enabling enterprises and industries to improve productivity, reduce costs and open the door to new opportunities.