To provide you with the best possible customer experience, we're transforming your digital journey with us. Recently Optus Wholesale launched a new, easy to use self-service portal leveraging ServiceNow™.
The rollout of the nbn™ is forcing Australian business to rethink their network design. From November 2018, nbn™ will commence the disconnection of Special Services – these services delivered over the copper network, once exempt from disconnection will begin expiring in stages from November 2018 until 2022.
Now more than ever, it’s important that MVNO’s explore growth opportunities and new revenue streams. We attended the MVNO World Congress last month, where major industry players discussed the trends that will shape the MVNO sector. Three trends dominated were 5G, eSIM and IoT.
A growing number of households are now looking for a sustainable home connection to run a home office or stream TV and music. Recent research from Venture Insights found that consumers are increasingly being attracted to wireless broadband services in place of fixed connections.
This year’s Optus Spark – our annual conference bringing together service providers and experts to shed fascinating insights on not only the future of technology, but the impact these innovations are going to have on the day-to-day lives of every Australian
This year’s MVNO World Congress re-enforced the significant trends and opportunities for Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) to heed and help them make a difference in the mobile arena. From the burgeoning Mobile Virtual Network Enablers (MVNEs) capability to emerging market segments such as Digital Service Provision, Internet of Things (IOT) and Global Connectivity.
In today’s global and increasingly connected markets, telcos are vital partners to business. Companies – like Optus and Singtel – have moved up the value chain by providing the infrastructures that keep core operations and services running.
Only a few years ago, robotics and artificial intelligence seemed like technologies from a far flung future taken straight from the latest sci-fi movie or novel. That future is now reality, with both playing central roles across a range of day-to-day instances.
With the Internet of Things (IoT), the future has officially arrived and what a wonder it is. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Networking and IoT are set to transform corporates, consumers and everything in between.
We’ve all been there. It’s the end of a long week, and you can finally sit down to catch up on your favourite TV shows using Video On Demand (VOD) services such as Stan and Netflix. Relaxed, you press the play button with anticipation. However, anticipation turns quickly to frustration. The stream is buffering and taking a lifetime to download. You question: why it is taking so long? The answer could very simple: demand.
MVNOs are on the verge of a new dawn in mobile network technology with plastics sims soon to be outmoded by embedded sims (eSim) – and the impact will be far reaching. Optus Head of Marketing & Strategy Wholesale John Castro gives the low down on how MVNOs can get Tsunami ready...
This year’s Mobile World Congress in February was the biggest and buzziest in 30 years. It drew a record 100,000 people, with crowds converging on 100 halls set over more than 9000 sq m. From its humble origins in London in 1987, MWC was held in Cannes for a period until crowds grew to 34,000, forcing it to move to Barcelona in 2006.