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The Shifting Role of Telcos in Silicon Valley

Author: Derek Kerton, Chairman at the Telecom Council   The world’s leading phone companies started showing up in Silicon Valley around the turn of the century. At that time, circuit-switched telecom networks were evolving quickly towards an IP-based upgrade, and Silicon Valley networking companies were becoming increasingly relevant. As the...

MEMBER NEWS: Ericsson report predicts big bucks for carriers from industrial 5G

Ericsson’s report looked at the following industrial sectors – manufacturing, automotive, energy and utilities, public safety, healthcare, media and entertainment, public transport, financial services, retail, and agriculture – and highlights enhanced video, real-time automation, connected vehicles and augmented/virtual reality as major enterprise opportunities. To read the full Enterprise IoT Insights...

The evolution of industrial analytics

IoT integration on the factory floor is taking analytics beyond the reactive towards automated decision-making in real time, with edge computing key to managing the flow of data between devices. To read the full MachineDesign article, click here.  To join the conversation on IIoT, register for our IoT Forum meeting...

MEETING RECAP: TC3 Carrier Connections

Author: Telecom Council Staff Our annual TC3 Carrier Connections fired up telecom attendees last week, as a heat wave washed over our host, SRI’s, Menlo Park Campus. We refreshed our format to fit the shifting industry, the roles of local representatives, and we focused on our 3 membership Forums –...

MEMBER NEWS: KPMG’s Telecom CEO Outlook 2019 – Redefining resilience

As disruption continues to drive the industry, telecom providers enjoy a tremendous opportunity—if they are agile enough to take advantage of it. In today’s climate, global telecom CEOs are realigning their operations to promote resilience, drive growth, and enhance the customer experience. They remain committed to blending product and service...