It’s been dubbed ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’ for good reason: the Internet of Things – combined with the growing globalization of business – is a disruptive and transformative force. This week we continue our long history of attendance and we return to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and we’ve got plenty of things to share and industry shifts to evaluate.
In case you haven’t already downloaded “The BICS Report”, do so now and find out what are the main drivers shaping the wholesale telecom industry in 2018.
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…
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