MVNO Architecture Sessions (1) – Going from “Thin” to “Thick”

Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) architectures are often described as thick or thin as if there are only two acknowledged architectures accepted by the industry. In reality for any sizeable MVNO there is a range of decisions that need to be made depending upon the strategy being adopted and their approach to the market. One Read more about MVNO Architecture Sessions (1) – Going from “Thin” to “Thick”[…]

Getting Small and Medium Size MNO’s on the LTE Path

Small and Medium size Mobile Network Operators (MNO’s) have a commercial and operational challenge when launching 4G LTE network services largely due to the limited population, relatively small subscriber base, and the likelihood that these MNO’s just invested and rolled out 3G networks. Compounding these challenges is the uncertainty of whether subscribers will migrate to Read more about Getting Small and Medium Size MNO’s on the LTE Path[…]

Virtual Networks: The Power of the Intangile

By Andreas Hipp Founder and CEO, Incipio Member of the Advisory Team, HOT TELECOM Almost from the beginning of human time (or humanity), virtual things have been part of our day to day life, evolving at a fast pace during the Homo Sapiens era around 30,000 year BC. From then on, our cognitive abilities allowed Read more about Virtual Networks: The Power of the Intangile[…]