In this new world, ‘smart pipes’ – as opposed to dumb ones – are learning to play the game and are becoming part of the ecosystem.
With so many devices being added to the IoT ecosystem, there is a need for a layered architectural approach, writes David Eden of Tata Communications.
The playbook has changed. Telcos now have to look at their business as a service, suggested Huawei Consulting principal consultant Nigel Bruin.
Indonesians spend an average of 60 minutes per day on their apps, and tend to prefer free apps even though they take longer to install, according to the Mobile Apps Market Study on Indonesia.
The SEA video-streaming space is heating up, and PCCW’s Viu is just the latest to enter an arena crowded with regional players iflix and Hooq, and even US giant Netflix. What is its plan?
For 'Big Three' operator Celcom Axiata, the launch of its three new OTT services carries one simple message: 'We don’t want to be a dumb pipe.'
A national plan by the Government and telecommunications operators in Indonesia to stave off a ‘foreign invasion’ by actively encouraging local OTT apps has got off to a slow start, with the three having been approved only after three months.
Internet TV service iflix continued its telco play by landing a deal with Celcom Axiata, which would allow the Malaysian operator to offer iflix content to its more than 12 million customers.
Vuclip has appointed Kingsley Warner general manager of its Malaysian operations, ahead of its Vuclip OTT service launch in the country.
Vuclip has released the findings of its Global Video Insights 2015 Survey that shows the video consumption habits and device preferences of Malaysian consumers.