Edwin Yapp looks at Malaysia’s recent spectrum reallocation and ponders what it means to consumers, while laying out challenges for operators.
Malaysia’s No 4 mobile operator U Mobile is No 1 in one area: It has taken the lead to launch WiFi calling, reports Lum Ka Kay.
Michael Lok of Ruckus Wireless looks at how the wireless experience will change in 2016, and in the coming years.
Digi responded to Maxis’ callout to discuss 4G LTE claims by calling it a ‘social media gimmick,’ saying that its own main objective is to give consistent network coverage to its subscribers.
The number of VoLTE (Voice over Long-Term Evolution) connections is anticipated to reach two billion by 2020, rising from an estimated 123 million in 2015, according to a new study from Juniper Research.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that OTT voice providers are expected to see an increase in their service revenues by 2020, reaching over US$10 billion and representing a fivefold increase over the next five years.
Ericsson has announced the addition of a new functionality, WiFi calling for multi-device, to its existing WiFi calling solution, which would allow operators to extend voice service coverage from smartphones to millions of WiFi-only devices such as tablets and personal computers.
Is Uber a technology or transport company? What about GrabTaxi? To the Jakarta Transportation Agency, it does not matter, says Karamjit Singh.
Most Malaysian mobile operators are expected to offer WiFi calling services to their customers by the end of 2016, according to Sebastian Barros, vice president of solutions for Ericsson Malaysia and Sri Lanka.
Malaysian mobile operators have a golden opportunity to differentiate themselves from the competition, but only if they can capitalise on new business strategies and avoid price wars, according to Ericsson.