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DELTA INSIGHT

Delta Insight is a publication from Delta Partners, bringing relevant insights on the world of telecommunication, media and technology. Delta Insight is written by a team of consultants at Delta Partners and will be at the forefront of up to date topics in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe.


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19/11/2012

With the advent of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, mobile operators across emerging and advanced markets are riding a wave of change. Together with providers in the United States, Asian players are leading what will likely become a new era of data connectivity and technological advances.

 

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19/11/2012

With the advent of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, mobile operators across emerging and advanced markets are riding a wave of change. Together with providers in the United States, Asian players are leading what will likely become a new era of data connectivity and technological advances.

 

To read more, please download the PDF...

  

19/11/2012

With the advent of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, mobile operators across emerging and advanced markets are riding a wave of change. Together with providers in the United States, Asian players are leading what will likely become a new era of data connectivity and technological advances.

 

To read more, please download the PDF...

  

19/11/2012

With the advent of Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, mobile operators across emerging and advanced markets are riding a wave of change. Together with providers in the United States, Asian players are leading what will likely become a new era of data connectivity and technological advances.

 

To read the entire article, please download the PDF...

  

23/10/2012

The increasingly contentious issue of smartphone subsidies is rapidly ascending to the top of CEO agendas, not only because they present a means of tapping much-anticipated yet unrealised data revenues, but more worryingly because widespread use of such incentives is exerting pressure on the bottom lines of telcos – at the very least over the short term.

 

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30/05/2012

Over the last three to four years, three main trends have been shaping the mindsets of investors and telecoms companies – the breakout of the global financial crisis (and its evolution into the European sovereign debt crisis, the increasing saturation of telecommunications markets across the emerging world and finally the uncertainty of data economics).

  

31/01/2012

Whilst traditional voice and messaging revenues remain under pressure, the advent ofmobile data has been declared as the next wave of growth for operators across the world.Although the demand for mobile data seems unlimited, operators face the challenge ofhow to extract value from this potent, but highly complex opportunity. To do so, they mustembrace a journey of transformation to cater for the different economics of data and theimplications this has on the current business model.

 
 
 

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