5 Questions with Anuradha Udunuwara, Senior Engineer, Sri Lanka Telecom

Are you ready to drop the ‘hardware mindset’ and prepare for CHANGE? Lets hear from one of Sri Lanka Telecom‘s most senior network experts – Anuradha Udunuwara, Senior Engineer, who has over 16 years industry experience and is now responsible for architect, designing & planning technical solutions. He will be joining the speaker line-up at Telecoms World Asia 2020, held …

5 Questions with Russell Lundberg, CTO of Bangkok Beach Telecom

The team behind Telecoms World Asia 2020 had the greatest opportunity to interview one of the pioneers in the telecoms industry – Russell Lundberg, CTO of Bangkok Beach Telecom. Russell has worked over 25 years in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for Mobile Operators, and is now helping Telecoms and ICT professionals build their own careers. He will also be …

Telecoms World Asia 2020: Interview with Mr. Yi Zhou, Co-founder, MarvelTec Limited

Operators and telecommunication service providers are constantly finding their way into new avenues and territory to increase revenue, but are they up for the uncertainty and challenge ahead? We had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Yi Zhou, Co-founder of MarvelTec Limited, who shared with us his point of views about the state of the telecoms industry, challenges ahead …

[Whitepaper] Mylinex International: A guide for MNOs to thrive and compete in an OTT dominated market

Published by Mylinex International. Summary The Mobile Telecommunications industry has always been an exciting, volatile and dynamic space. With 5G looming in the horizon, OTT players such as Whatsapp,  and Viber replacing messaging and voice, regulatory restrictions and price regulation have all had an adverse impact on top line of the Telcos. Today telcos not only compete with local market …

The End of Video OTT as we know it

The rapid rise in video consumption – good news? Video consumption is going through the roof. According to a forecast published in the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), total Internet video traffic will be 79% of all global Internet traffic in 2020, up from 63% in 2015. This sounds like great news for the video industry, and it should be. But …