Telco in 20 sits down with Scott Bicheno and Iain Morris of the Telecoms.com podcast to have an awesome conversation about the public cloud and telco.
Ep 26 – Avoid vendor lock-in with TM Forum Open APIs
TM Forum’s Open APIs are giving telcos a way to build IT solutions that are easier and cheaper to deploy, integrate, and upgrade. It’s time to change your thinking about the best way to build applications.
EP 24 – What’s up with Totogi?
Here’s the latest on Totogi, the telco software darling built specifically for the public cloud – 80% lower TCO, anyone?
Ep 23 – DynamoDB: A tier 0 database
AWS’ Rick Houlihan tells us why flexible and scalable NoSQL databases are a great fit for telco.
The Telco CEO Transforming the Industry
WaveMax to Launch World’s First WiFi6-5G Shared Network in NY
Accelerating Automation and Innovation for Digital Service Providers
MWC 2021, el año de las paradojas
TelcoDR chief sees ‘seismic shift’ on public cloud at MWC
Ep 17 – The Software Series: LastMileXchange
LastMileXchange’s cloud-based access quoting solution shines a spotlight on how the public cloud can transform telecom.
TelcoDR bullish public cloud can dominate MWC
TelcoDR participará en el Mobile como uno de los mayores expositores
Consultant buys Ericsson’s MWC floorspace to host ‘cloud city’
TelcoDR scoops up huge public cloud space at MWC
TelcoDR contrata un amplio espacio dedicado a la nube pública en MWC Barcelona
TOTOGI: The new ant at the picnic
Who doesn’t love a great underdog story? I love to hear about innovative, brave startups taking on the status quo, upsetting a top dog, and coming out ahead. This story is exactly that …
Part 1: Siebel vs. Salesforce
Who doesn’t love a great business story?! The battle for the CRM market waged between Siebel and Salesforce was epic. And the objections Salesforce overcame will sound totally familiar to you telco execs.
Part 2: The Nails in Siebel’s Coffin
There were fundamental flaws in Siebel’s strategy. Learn why Salesforce was destined to win and Siebel was destined to lose – and how this applies to telcos’ journey to the public cloud