The cost of internet access is still too high for millions of people, but the cost of not having access is also high.
Which news stories grabbed the attention of your peers? These were the most popular Commsrisk articles of last month.
A ship with sensors and drones designed to protect undersea cables will be built for Britain’s Royal Navy.
Last month saw plenty of traffic for articles about CDR analysis, the legality of simboxes, and arrests of fraudsters by police around the world.
Businesses wanting to participate in the six-monthly auction of advertising on Commsrisk should make their bids by 30th March.
AT&T’s woes following the purchase of satellite broadcaster DirecTV for USD49mn in 2015 are representative of fundamental changes in how people consume video.
The beta trial of Elon Musk’s Starlink service is as big a potential threat to terrestrial ISPs as Tesla is to Ford and General Motors.
Chairman Anil Singhvi welcomed the dividend, which comes after shares in the Indian RAFM vendor have reached their highest price since 2012.
The rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during January unexpectedly demonstrated that some things are more important than business.
Racism, sexism, a lack of respect and professional inertia all persist because of a collective timidity when faced by obstructionists.