Operators’ data is often siloed, inconsistent, incompatible and incomplete. What can they do to ensure it’s of a high enough quality to enable analytics, AI and automation? By Kate O’Flaherty.
Telia is launching its new City Vitality Insights service across the Nordic and Baltics.
Telefónica's data unit LUCA is integrating artificial intelligence into its analytics as it looks to broaden its big data capabilities.
Deutsche Telekom has inked a partnership deal with United Smart Cities with a view to driving forward its presence in the smart cities space and adopting a Silicon Valley approach to deploying new products and services.
Orange is hoping to boost its Big Data and cloud strategies for enterprise customers after its Business Services subsidiary completed the acquisition of Basefarm Holding for €350 million.
Car makers could evaluate 150,000 kilometres of test drives in a matter of hours through a new software solution from T-Systems.
Vodafone Germany and multinational conglomerate Thyssenkrupp together aim to equip in excess of 1 million elevators worldwide with SIM cards in order to carry out predictive maintenance and reduce downtime.
Telefónica has teamed up with Huawei to build a suite of data analysis tools for enterprises undertaking digital transformation programmes.
Telia has taken part in a $17.5 million funding round for location data specialist Unacast, whose founders helped set up the TIDAL music streaming service now owned by Jay-Z.
Telefónica is bringing its IoT and data analysis technologies to agricultural development projects through a new partnership with a United Nations agency.
Telefónica hopes to improve the experience of its mobile customers after signing a global deal with network testing and analytics company Tutela.
Nokia has added analytics to fixed networks as it bids to help operators anticipate and solve outages in the network before they impact service quality.