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  • New Zealand telecoms infrastructure provider Chorus is collaborating with Nokia to deploy an open access infrastructure supporting on-demand service fulfilment and assurance for Layer 1 optical services.

    Chorus will trial Nokia's wavelength service solution as part of the operator's “one open access network infrastructure” project.

    Chorus plans to develop an open platform it…

    Telecom Asia News on Friday, 25 May 2018
  • The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has published a white paper which identifies its Wireless Roaming Intermediary eXchange (WRIX) specification as a way to help IoT devices to seamlessly “talk” to each other when they travel across borders and onto new networks.

    The aim of the paper is to “provide a framework for IoT roaming, demonstrating the value and opportunities to enhance the…

    Telecom Asia News on Thursday, 24 May 2018
  • Capacity has an exclusive piece out on the future of Reliance Communications' international arm, Global Cloud Xchange. Apparently there are three bidders at the table, but everything is on hold until the future of Rcom's other assets is out of limbo. But after years of false starts, I suspect the endgame is finally here.

    Capacity says that one of the bidders is a carrier, one is a…

    Telecom Asia News on Thursday, 24 May 2018
  • Operators providing residential network services can reduce technical support calls by up to 30% by implementing digital channels for customer care, according to a new white paper by device management solutions provider Incognito Software systems and research firm Analysys Mason.

    A study by the companies found that digital transformation of home network customer care can also reduce…

    Telecom Asia News on Thursday, 24 May 2018
  • Akamai and Japanese financial giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) have announced plans to offer a new blockchain-based online payment network.

    This hyper-scale payment network, powered by a newly-developed blockchain architecture, is designed to be capable of processing more than one million transactions per second at latencies of less than two seconds per transaction.

    Telecom Asia News on Thursday, 24 May 2018