The US firm has won another big contract linking analysis of network data to optimization, assurance, and fraud prevention.
The first leak from whistleblower Ed Snowden concerned the mass collection of CDRs from US telcos. Now the Trump administration is quietly ending that NSA program.
The solutions will provide multiple forms of analysis relating to networks, users, performance, capacity, revenues and frauds.
Telcos already have the assets needed to improve profitability, without developing technology. What we lack is the confidence to use those assets, and to manage the risks.
The Q3 2018 DataVisor Fraud Index Report highlights a perennial problem with relying on historic data when searching for patterns.
The new AI analytics brand will be marketed to the retail and fintech sectors alongside telecoms.
Korea’s largest telco uses phone data to counter epidemics. They want other countries to adopt their technology.
Tracking the movement of people improves decision-making after natural disasters or outbreaks of disease. It can also improve commercial decisions too.
The Russian telco intends to almost double the number of workers in its Big Data function.
Does the lack of analysis surrounding opportunity costs represent a wasted opportunity?