TIME: a market on the move

Understanding new technology and market trends is crucial to success in the TIME industries. At Arthur D. Little, we can help you develop the strategies and resources you require to capitalise on these emerging trends. We understand the strategy, technology and innovation required to innovate your business model.

Andrea Faggiano

An interview with Andrea Faggiano, Principal in Arthur D. Little’s TIME Practice in Rome, Italy on the results of Arthur D. Little's report on National Fibre Strategies and how governments now need to act on their plans for fibre. [...]

LTE Spectrum and Network Strategies

Strategic Options for Mobile Operators in Dynamic 4G Mobile Markets

The LTE spectrum auctions across Europe are the start of LTE becoming market reality. Operators are focusing on one of two spectrum strategic options: major investments into 800 MHz or smart hybrid multiband solutions with >1GHz spectrum on 1800, 2600 FDD and TDD bands. [...] 

National Fibre Strategies

National economic imperative or just another private industry task?

The socioeconomic benefits of advanced telecommunications infrastructure and services are intuitive, as well as definitive. Arthur D. Little studies have demonstrated the links between advanced telecommunications and the diversity and strength of economies. [...]

For more than two decades, TIME-markets have been exposed to profound changes. The liberalization of the markets, GSM’s triumphant advance and the rise of the Internet which, in turn lead to the "Dot.com"-euphoria, have contributed jointly to the tremendous boom, which the TIME – markets have been experiencing since the 1990s. Still, in the traditional business models, the boundaries of growth have been reached. [...]

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Viewpoints26 August 2015

Mobile payment

Is this the turning point?

Mobile payment has been on the agenda of numerous players across industries for more than a decade. Now, with Apple Pay launched and the markets getting equipped, mobile payment may finally take off, also in developed markets. Most [...]

Viewpoints31 July 2015

High Throughput Satellites (detailed report)

Delivering Future Capacity Needs

Advances in satellite communications technology in recent years have led to a significant increase in throughput delivered from a raft of new ‘High Throughput Satellite’ (HTS) systems. More than a dozen such satellites have been [...]

Viewpoints30 July 2015

High Throughput Satellites (summary)

Delivering Future Capacity Needs

Advances in satellite communications technology in recent years have led to a massive increase in throughput delivered from a raft of new ‘HighThroughput Satellites’. More than a dozen such satellites have been recently launched and [...]

Viewpoints22 June 2015

Connecting the dots

Telecommunication providers as enablers for Smart Cities

Smart Cities are evolving around the globe – each distinct in nature, which implies that these eco-systems are driven by a variety of stakeholders with different ambitions and visions. Arthur D. Little has supported several best-practice [...]

Press Releases21 May 2015

European telecoms could realize €39 billion by re-imagining the network

Challenged by anticpated growth in fixed, mobile and IoT traffic, European operators are devising new technology designs and standards, drawing inspiration from highly optimized technology and business design of their Cloud peers. A new [...]

Press Releases19 May 2015

New Report Highlights Intensifying Battle between Traditional Media Providers and OTT Content Services

Shifts in media consumption are driving significant changes in the content delivery marketplaceOTT (Over-The-Top) content services such as Netflix are challenging traditional TV and radio providersEstablished players should consider [...]

Press Releases12 January 2015

Arthur D. Little launches its observatory of the Belgian Telecom landscape : “A New Deal needed for the Telecom Sector in Belgium”

Arthur D. Little has today released its first study on the Telecom sector in Belgium, commissioned by the five major operators of the Belgian Telecom market (Base Company, Mobistar, Proximus, Telenet and VOO), entitled ‘A New Deal for [...]

Press Releases08 December 2014

EU5 will see €15bn growth in online media revenues until 2017; for traditional media players it is do or die, states Arthur D. Little

The media & entertainment sector in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (the “EU5”) is experiencing a massive digital transformation, which creates a complex and volatile environment for traditional players. With its [...]