This week I’m taking part in TelecomTV’s annual DSP Leaders World Forum. I’ll be participating in two ways: a panel and a talk, both available March 9.
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Read about how one of the biggest telcos out there is reaping the rewards of moving to the public cloud .
What stops so many people from even starting cost-saving projects is the dreaded DOUBLE BUBBLE.
In November 2019, Vodafone announced they were moving their entire data analytics to Google Cloud. TelcoDR wondered: how much were they spending and how much did they save?
Take a look at the biggest headlines from 2020, plus predictions for 2021. Here’s a good question: will telco get to the public cloud before Elon Musk puts people on Mars?
You’re wasting a massive amount of money, time and effort on maintaining your private on-premise kit – don’t be sentimental about it!
In this 10-minute talk I delivered at GSMA Thrive North America in October, I unpack why telcos need to migrate to the public cloud – the massive savings opportunity.
The advantages of moving to the public cloud are obvious. But there will be resistance. It’s time to reconsider. Step 1? Stop looking at your telco as an IT company.
At the end of last month, cloud-pioneering operator Rakuten announced the rollout of its ultra-high-speed 5G service. Exciting news, right? Not if you believe some voices in the telco sector.
In this paper, I talk about the power of the public cloud for telcos and layout the four clear steps you need to take to trigger your transformation.
Get rid of your customizations and move to multi-tenant SaaS software or be left in your competitor’s dust.
Find out how telcos can control public cloud spending and avoid leaving money on the table. Featuring cloud economist and snark-master Corey Quinn.