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November 2017 | By Faiz Alam
The Making of a dollar by processing 10 MB (Platformers) Vs 100 MB (Telcos)
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The Making of a dollar by processing 10 MB (Platformers) Vs 100 MB (Telcos)
 

The remarkable part is not just the volume, but the value. Telcos typically make $1 by processing 100 MB of data, while a Platformer such as Alibaba generated 10 times more value for the same amount of data processed. Although some would argue that for the money spent on Alibaba customers also got products, while for a Telco the earning comes purely from data consumption. But there is an analogy as for Telcos the products are packs and plans, and they do have shops and deliveries.

 

 

Faiz Alam 
ICT & Sustainability Professional

 

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April 2017 | By Faiz Alam
Transformation of CSPs to Platform Providers
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Transformation of CSPs to Platform Providers
 

Everyone who needed a SIM is more or less having it, and in order to grow further, OpCos need to transform themselves from being just a Communication Service Provider (CSP) to a Platform Provider, offering any application to run on one of their network slices, accessible from any device, and from any location – fixed or mobility.

 

 

Faiz Alam 
ICT & Sustainability Professional

 

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