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Saving subsea through diversity

The submarine cable industry, much like telecommunications as a whole, is reassessing the role of women in this ever-changing market. An aging workforce, stalled innovation and competitive advantages are forcing telcos to pay attention

29 November 2018 | Natalie Bannerman


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    Connecting the world

    29 November 2018 | Natalie Bannerman

    Capacity has rounds up 12 of the stand-out subsea cable projects that continue to keep us all connected.

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    Sending a message to fraudsters

    28 November 2018 | James Pearce

    Fraud in the SMS and messaging space causes damage to the industry in both revenue and reputation. James Pearce looks at what the messaging industry is doing to combat fraud

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    Transform to survive the data and 5G onslaught

    23 November 2018 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    Move services to the cloud, be faster and be simpler: that was the message Alan Burkitt-Gray heard from industry leaders at a Munich conference on operational transformation

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    5G ‘will drive all of Orange’ to transform

    23 November 2018 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    Transformation has started at Orange, one of the backers of the ONAP open networking approach. But it’s 5G that is driving progress, Roberto Kung tells Alan Burkitt-Gray

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    Brexit: we just don’t know, but we don’t need uncertainty

    23 November 2018 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    Industry leaders are worried that the outcome of the UK’s Brexit negotiations are still uncertain, with only months to go. But some carriers are getting ready for big business to move out of the UK to other EU members

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    Autonomous Network and Service 2.0

    23 November 2018 | Bill Tang

    Autonomous Network and Service 2.0 aims to solve structured problems in the telecom industry through architectural innovations, and achieve automatic, self-healing, self-optimised, and autonomous networks through smart networks that are driven by data and knowledge. Sponsored statement: Huawei