A recent study conducted by Juniper Research, renowned experts in telecommunications markets, suggests that operators are poised to tap into revenue growth opportunities by targeting enterprise markets, particularly cellular IoT. Despite significant investments in 5G networks, operators have struggled to monetize consumer adoption of 5G, failing to command substantial price premiums over 4G services.

Alianza, Inc., the leading cloud communications platform for service providers, today released a new Omdia Research report, “Reinventing Core Communications: Strategic Imperatives for Growth.” The report offers a transformation roadmap for service providers as they face increasing operational complexity, network costs, and revenue pressures that are creating hostile market conditions across the telecommunications industry.

By the end of this decade, the global number of 5G connections is expected to surge to 5.5 billion, positioning 5G as the leading mobile technology by 2028. This forecast comes from the latest research released by the GSMA. Despite a significant phase of investment in the 5G network already behind us, the mobile industry is set for continuous financial commitment towards enhancing this technology in the coming years.

The cellular Internet of Things (IoT) market is set to undergo a significant transformation, thanks to the advancements in eSIM technology, as highlighted in recent research conducted by Omdia. The adoption of eSIM is expected to skyrocket, driven by the GSMA SGP.31/32 specifications, offering unprecedented efficiency, flexibility, and choice to enterprises across the globe.

In a comprehensive analysis conducted by MedUX, a connectivity testing firm, Berlin emerged as the front-runner in providing the best 5G experience across major European cities. The study, which encompassed extensive testing in cities such as Barcelona, Paris, Lisbon, Milan, Porto, Rome, Madrid, Munich, and London, highlighted Berlin’s superior performance in data and over-the-top (OTT) experiences, alongside its impressive overall score of 4.69 out of 5.

Malwarebytes™, a worldwide pioneer in real-time cyber protection, has collaborated with non-profit partners Digitunity and Cybercrime Support Network to share the findings of “The Demographics of Cybercrime” study. According to the research, cybercrime does not affect everyone equally.   The research, which surveyed over 5,000 people in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany, explains how people experience cybercrime throughout the world and shows how demographics affect the frequency of attacks on people, as well as their emotional reaction to becoming a target.   According to the data analysis, underprivileged groups facing societal stigma, such as those with lower incomes and lower education levels, feel less comfortable about their online experiences, and are more likely to be targeted. They are also more likely to be attacked and report  greater emotional strain while reacting to cyberattacks.   According to the findings of the study, particular groups report a higher chance…

Orange, a French multinational telecommunications corporation, has extended its 5G test program in the 26 GHz band. This initiative was launched in 2019 to focus on testing the capabilities of frequencies for industrial use cases in France.   A consortium consisting of Orange, Nokia, the railway company SNCF and the academic facility Institut Mines – Telecom (MIT), has been given a grant from the French government to trial 4.0 industrial applications over 5G using the 26 GHz spectrum. The grant will allow the consortium to develop an existing pilot that Orange performed for eighteen months at the Rennes train station in France, while working with the French state-owned railway company SNCF and Nokia.   As part of the project, Orange will provide network services and Nokia will provide technological connectivity offerings, including private networks, while MIT will focus on data hosting using edge computing.   This project puts emphasis on…