August was the third most popular month in the history of Commsrisk. The top story was unchanged since July, probably because the mainstream trade press were so slow to cover it.
Brain Krebs is normally a decent researcher of cybersecurity topics, but he let himself down when launching a scattergun attack on US mobile providers.
Customers of the Kenyan monopoly are being held to ransom after they unwittingly bought discounted prepaid tokens from crooked employees.
After negotiating the sale of WeDo to Mobileum, Rui Paiva has agreed to represent the new Iniciativa Liberal party in this year’s election for the Portuguese National Assembly.
There was plenty of good and bad news during July, leading Commsrisk to set a new all-time record for monthly visitors. These 10 articles received most attention.
Many readers will have known Santhosh Gopalan, a widely respected telecoms professional who passed away on the morning of 23rd July.
History tells us plenty about the reasons tech businesses fail, but telcos are in great danger anyway.
The base price for the RAFM market share leader is roughly equal to their annual revenues, but could rise by another USD27mn if performance targets are met.
Rob Durran steps up from General Manager to CEO of XINTEC, whilst co-founder Sean Killeen switches his focus to business development.