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Issue 04(01/2010)

It's all about success! We aim to help you understand the industry better, with operator interviews, success stories and other accounts from industry insiders on what it takes to succeed in the fiercely competitive market.
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Ding Yun, President of Huawei Global Solution Sales Department: Fuelled by technology and QoE expectations, the telecom industry is entering an ultra-broadband age and operators are taking new road in terms of business models. This requires changes correspondingly.

Voices from Operators

How mobile communications can change lives and catalyze socioeconomic development? Where is the next driver for the industry? Jon Fredrik Baksaas, President and CEO of the Telenor Group shared their successful practices.

Digicel has changed the communication landscape in many island regions and truly made a difference for island residents. Brian Finn, Group Commercial Director attributes their achievement to its commitment and understanding of the island markets.

Great wisdom is needed to realize full convergence, debut the first mobile broadband service and sustain a leading position. Luís Filipe Reis, former COO of Sonaecom, shares his willingness to challenge the conventional industry mindset.

Tao of Business

It is estimated that 1000EB of data will be generated each year in this era. An ocean of information will flood networks, necessitating new approaches to network construction and operations. How can operators prepare for the challenges ahead?


Future mobile systems prioritize economical bandwidth provision, but with enhanced end user QoE. An ultra-broadband wireless system must integrate various technologies, and the Three Clouds solution is no exception.

M2M communications is expanding rapidly and generating significant revenues for mobile network operators. Yet, to take a more direct role in the value chain, there are underlying challenges that should be addressed.


Astride the equator in Uganda, Huawei jointly constructed the nation’ s e-government network to assist the Ugandan government enhance its social influence and contribute to continued prosperity.

It can be challenging for telecom operators struggling to keep pace with fast growth in Peru. To meet the demanding communication needs, Nextel Peru is poised to tap the vast potential of 3G and mobile broadband services.

In July 2009, EMOBILE together with Huawei launched Japan' s first HSPA+ network, substantially improved the user experience and fortified its strong brand recognition.

In response to the pressures from surging traffic and network optimization, China Telecom Shaanxi has developed and implemented a whole set of solutions to deal with explosive bandwidth growth.

By focusing on 3G services and introducing IP technologies, Russia’ s MegaFon expanded during the financial downturn, moving toward FMC operations.

"An Intelligent Nation, A Global City, Powered by Infocomm" describes the vision of Singapore’ s Intelligent Nation 2015 Plan (iN2015), and exemplifies the smart country’ s wisdom and commitment in telecommunications.