The Connected Car – Finally Coming True?

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Automotive, TIME February 2012

The Connected Car – Finally Coming True?

How OEMs Overcome Startup Hurdles and Achieve Competitive Advantage

The vision of the “connected car” or more general “connected vehicle” has been around for some time without significant impact in the industry. [...]

Mobile Vertical Applications - Driving Enterprise Mobility

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TIME, Consumer Goods January 2012

Mobile Vertical Applications - Driving Enterprise Mobility

Mobile applications are having an increasing and significant impact in the workplace. More and more organisations clearly see the value they can bring - whether increasing sales, improving productivity or delivering customer and employee satisfaction - and use is increasing. [...]

Disruptive Threat or Innovative Opportunity?

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TIME November 2011

Disruptive Threat or Innovative Opportunity?

Scenarios for Mobile Voice OTT

Many traditional Telcos are complacent that voice OTT is either a niche technology championed by cash strapped challengers unlikely to cause major upset or an opportunity of modest proportion hampered by poor monetization, inferior QoS and challenged business models. Pending choices both in terms of operator responses, regulatory action and monetization efforts among the OTT players themselves, OTT could remain as it has in the past - an innovative breeze only - or develop into a disruptive force. The mobile voice OTT development scenarios under which these options may result in are outlined in this viewpoint. Whichever the scenario, operators must adjust their strategies to a world of OTT presence. [...]

Major Transformation in CEE TV Markets

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TIME August 2011

Major Transformation in CEE TV Markets

Shake Up Likely to Continue

TV markets in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) are booming, with strong growth in multichannel households, viewing time and revenues. Fuelled by this rapid growth, the rules of the game are changing and competitive pressure is increasing. With digital terrestrial TV (DTT) and over-the-top TV (OTT) on the horizon, who will be the winner of the ongoing platform competition? [...]

Are Suppliers Poised for a Turnaround?

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TIME April 2011

Are Suppliers Poised for a Turnaround?

Arthur D. Little’s 2011 Telecoms Infrastructure Supplier Outlook

After its successful 2008 telecoms infrastructure supplier outlook, Arthur D. Little has again reviewed the performance of leading telecom suppliers and conducted a global survey of chief technology officers (CTOs) for an update on their perspective on sector developments and challenges ahead. Products and services were reviewed in the same three areas as in the previous report: access network infrastructure, core & transmission network infrastructure, core & transmission network infrastructure and services. [...]

Capturing Value in the mHealth Oasis

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Healthcare, TIME March 2011

Capturing Value in the mHealth Oasis

An Opportunity for Mobile Network Operators

mHealth has been hailed as the next major development for mobile networks operators (MNOs), but could it be just wishful thinking from a sector desperately seeking additional revenues to offset margin erosion? While few commercial offers currently exist, mHealth is firmly on the agenda for many MNOs. In this viewpoint, Arthur D. Little assesses the key success factors that lay the foundations for operators to successfully navigate the mHealth minefield. [...]

Arthur D. Little - Exane BNP Paribas report 2011

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TIME March 2011

Arthur D. Little - Exane BNP Paribas report 2011

Super fast broadband: catch up if you can

This tenth edition of the annual Arthur D. Little-Exane BNP Paribas joint report focuses on the prospects of super fast broadband (fiber and cable) in Europe: Are operators about to announce more capex to deploy wider fiber networks to connect homes across Europe?
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The New Reality of Network Cooperation

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TIME November 2010

The New Reality of Network Cooperation

Mobile Network Operators Should Partner While the Window of Opportunity Exists

Mobile operators are increasingly turning to active radio access network sharing, especially on 3G and LTE, in order to manage new CAPEX requirements and to achieve new levels of business performance. Successful deals in infrastructure partnership in many markets are evidence of a new business reality. Market players see significant economic benefits from radio access network sharing. However, the best partnering options are finite and those who move first have the most to gain, while simultaneously limiting options for followers. [...]

FTTH: Double Squeeze of Incumbents - Forced to Partner?

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TIME September 2010

FTTH: Double Squeeze of Incumbents - Forced to Partner?

High-Speed Cable and FTTB/H Networks Deployed by Alt-nets and Utilities Put EU Incumbents Into a Double Squeeze

This paper should be a wakeup call to EU governments and regulators. For ten years, discussions about how to regulate NGA (next generation access) have been ongoing. Meanwhile, the current regulatory policy is failing. Governments and regulators need to support FTTB/H investments now. Otherwise, the fibre gap between Europe and the United States, Asia and now the Middle East will further widen further. [...]

Making Value Management Work, at Last

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TIME August 2010

Making Value Management Work, at Last

How Telecom Operators Can Extract More Value from Their Customer Goldmine

The telecoms industry has reached a turning point and is shifting from a period of exponential growth towards optimisation. While many operators have implemented some form of value management, they have focused too closely on short-term results to capture the full benefits of these programs. Operators now need to implement new techniques and transform their business models around customer value. By doing so, they can generate two to five points of incremental margin and create long-term competitive advantage. [...]

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