iBASIS is pleased to announce its new, exclusive module, InVision™ SIP, which provides critical business insights by extracting VoLTE and SMS over IP roaming KPIs from the GRX/S8 stream.
During the months of January and February 2022, Kaleido Intelligence surveyed nearly 100 respondents across tier-1 operators around the world on their 5G roaming plans to learn more about their commercial and technical requirements.
When your market is in a tough place, like the roaming market has been over the last 21 months due to COVID-19, you can do one of two things: either flex down with the market and hope to survive, or prepare during the relative silence to come out of the crisis stronger.
Thank you to those who joined iBASIS and Kaleido Intelligence for a webinar highlighting the tangible benefits roaming analytics can deliver for operators roaming business units. Download the new white paper to learn more.
Virtually held at GSMA’s WAS#13, iBASIS hosted the VoLTE & 5G Roaming Roundtable with experts from Kaleido Intelligence, Positive Technologies, and RoamsysNext, in addition to perspectives from Verizon Customer Group, and Reliance Jio.
In July 2020, 5G Americas considered that 5G will likely be one of the most significant technological and societal disruptors of the upcoming decade and stated concerns in relation to 5G NSA/SA vulnerabilities through their downgrades to SS7 and Diameter signaling.
Virtually held at GSMA’s WAS#12, iBASIS hosted the VoLTE & 5G Roaming Roundtable with experts from Kaleido Intelligence, ROCCO Strategy, the VoLTE Roaming Taskforce, Verizon Customer Group, and Reliance Jio.
As with the previous generation of wireless technologies, the goal of roaming is to keep seamlessly connected to a network, wherever you are. This is also the case for revolutionary 5th generation wireless communication technology, or simply called 5G, but this time it is much more complicated.
The 5G transformation has reached a critical phase. 5G is the fifth generation wireless technology and also known as the fastest, most reliable and lowest latency technology ever. Yet, there are multiple scenarios determining how 5G rollouts will take place, including use of a Stand Alone (SA) or Non-Stand Alone (NSA) architecture.