The forecasts for the telecoms industry in 2018 have been rather mixed. On one hand, we’ve heard from the Economist Intelligence Unit that in the world’s 60 largest markets, telecoms revenues will fall by 2% next year, while ARPU will also decline. On the other hand, the GSMA has predicted that the IoT will present…
Imagine the scenario. You’re all aboard; your flight is on time and about to take off. You’ve been asked by the flight crew to switch off your mobile phone or put it on ‘flight mode’, but before you do, you go to settings and turn off data roaming. After all, no one wants to return…
The BICS Report offers an overview of the telecoms industry today, highlighting the most pressing concerns and challenges, as well as identifying opportunities for innovation. Eight key focus points are examined, and supported by findings from BICS’ own network traffic and activity.
The BICS Report reveals how the decline in legacy services will be countered by the increase in next generation services and the huge potential of the IoT and the cloud
Digital technology has acted as the catalyst for globalisation, allowing enterprises to reach more customers in more locations worldwide. Mobile technology and infrastructure now support reliable, consistent communication, allowing businesses to maintain a local presence whilst serving a multinational customer base.
Mobile users in Swaziland to benefit from BICS’ Instant Roaming solution including voice roaming, 4G data services, and BICS’ point-of-presence in Johannesburg
BICS, a global provider of international wholesale connectivity and interoperability services, today announced it has closed the acquisition of TeleSign, following the April 25th announcement of entering a definitive agreement to acquire the US-based CPaaS company for $230M. The closing of the acquisition creates the world’s first end-to-end CPaaS provider, bridging the market leading TeleSign cloud communications platform with one of the largest global carriers in the world.