Technology has been the fuel that has powered the telecommunications revolution. Without it we would be still be using basic telephone services, with no mobile phones and without the Internet.
The Future of Copper - The death of copper access networks has long been predicted, but in many countries they remain alive and well and in fact still reign as the dominant access technology. Why hasn't fibre with all its alleged benefits taken over?
The Case for VoLTE - Despite the introduction of LTE with its heavy focus on improved mobile broadband speeds, mobile operators still rely on voice and SMS services for a large part of their revenues (roughly 70% globally). Many existing networks, however, have not implemented voice over LTE but rely on fallback to the 3G network - why is this so, and what is the case for introducing voice over LTE (VoLTE).