The Internet of Things is driving a lot of IPX conversations at the moment. Ericsson may have downgraded their forecast from 50 billion to 26 billion connected devices by 2020 – but that’s still a lot of billions – and it’s already 2016. For mobile operators, the opportunity is huge.
There is an important date in the diary for mobile operators. Much has been written about April 30th 2016 as it will usher in a new set of regulations designed to make the roaming experience feel more like home. As the argument goes, the subscriber will no longer face an
This years LTE world conference was a nice mix focusing on high level LTE network developments combined with very useful customer cases explaining the unexpected issues when rolling out new services. The conference was co-located with connected cars, so naturally there was a huge attention on M2M as well. For
Although services are starting to be provided using IP exchanges, the market remains at an early stage. That’s partly to do with the relative novelty of such exchanges and partly to do with operators’ reliance on traditional technologies such as global roaming exchanges. Further to that, we live in a
Increasingly “me too”, IPX solutions need innovative applications to make the difference The IPX world has come a long way from 3 years ago, when there was little agreement about what was an IPX, via 2013 when almost every week brought a new announcement of the launch of an IPX.