Topic: mobile content providers
Thursday, July 18, 2019
Fierce Telecom is surveying hundreds of service provider experts to learn more about their strategy to evolve TDM networks for the future.
Despite its small cell agreement with Sprint, cable company Cox reiterated it has no plans to enter the cellular business.
Friday, August 10, 2018
Companies have offered glimpses into their connected device strategies, while cities across the country are investing in smart city technologies that leverage the IoT – and those are just a few of the many examples of real-world IoT movements.
Charter offered an argument for regulators that aligned more closely with the wireless industry’s policy positions than Charter’s wired roots.
As the worlds of telecom and media collide, device manufacturers are likely to compete more directly with carriers in the content-distribution space.
The largest U.S. wireless-industry event adopts a broader view as the GSMA teams with CTIA to host the first Mobile World Congress Americas meeting.
AT&T continues to build out its digital media business, and data will play a huge role in that effort, CFO John Stephens said this morning.
Matrixx Software hopes to tap the U.S. market with the launch of a platform designed to help carriers sell digital goods and services to users.
The CEO of Time Warner’s Turner said that his media company is taking a “mobile first” attitude.
Verizon feels no sense of urgency to step up its spending spree in pursuit of building a digital media and advertising empire, according to analysts.