In this section our experts share their recommended industry articles, whitepapers and other useful resources that tackle the latest trends and insights that are influencing the telecommunications industry. Find out what’s inspiring innovations in next generation telecommunications technology today.
Introduction to thought leadership and innovation at PCCW Global
At PCCW Global we are delivering the newest technologies in the hardest to reach markets. We are developing new services for service provider and enterprise markets in the in some of the most diverse and unique telecoms markets around the globe.
When the innovation is in the network everyone benefits. Our active membership of the GSMA Forum and I3 Forum is helping us to shape the future of IPX. We are committed to expanding our extensive on-net IPX coverage and launching innovative new products and applications over our global IPX platform and we are the first in the industry to offer High Definition Video Conferencing Calling over IPX.
We recognise that for many service providers in expanding markets, the ability to launch innovative services in a rapid timeframe is a real differentiator. We offer a range of hosted, cloud-based solutions for operators such as Cloud Computing, Managed Voice and Hosted Video solutions that help service providers take advantage of the latest technology and move up the value chain quickly and cost-effectively.
Latest recommended resources
A PCCW GLOBAL REPORT: High-Definition Video Calling: Driving the Next Evolution in Video Communications
"The video conferencing market is growing and is showing itself to be a valuable traffic driver for the carrier industry. The next evolution in video is delivering point-to-point HD video calling from network-to-network and this means partnering, interconnecting, and working together as an industry to define a future that is rich in service with a foundation in quality.”
Marc Halbfinger, PCCW Global CEO
IPX moves beyond theory to become a new market reality
Although IPX specifications have been around since at least 2007, the concept is finally seeing widespread adoption and is a lively discussion point for network operators around the world, writes Carlos DaSilva.