International telecoms consultancy Cenerva announces global training deal to tackle regulatory issues in emerging markets London, 1 May 2018. Cenerva Ltd, an international telecoms consultancy with clients in over 50 countries, has acquired the Interconnect Communications (ICC) Training/TRMC (Telecoms Regulatory Master Class) assets from InterConnect Communications Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of Telcordia Technologies Inc.) [...]
Communications consultancy Cenerva today launched its innovative Flexi Support regulatory/ policy service The dynamic global ICT landscape creates an increasingly broad range of mission critical regulatory challenges for the ICT industry. Policy-makers and business leaders are under intense pressure to keep pace. Cenerva can help. Through its global network of over 150 regulatory, technical and [...]
Communications consultancy Cenerva today published its report on Over The Top (OTT) services. The growth of OTTs in this decade has been spectacular. Consumers all over the World use communications services like WhatsApp and Skype, and stream or download movies and TV programmes from Netflix and Amazon every day. This growth has far reaching consequences: [...]
With over 15 years of consulting experience, Laurasia Associates and Atlantic TM have merged to form an exciting new ICT regulatory and policy practice, Cenerva. (cenerva.com). Through our highly experienced leadership team and global associate base of over 150 experts, Cenerva brings best practice regulation to emerging markets, including: OTT/ IoT, Cyber Regulation, Competition & [...]
James and H at the Cenerva stand at the GSR in Nassau, where Cenerva met with regulators and operators from across the globe. The impact of Over The Top services on the telecoms industry, and the appropriate regulatory response, were the hot topics of the conference.
Cenerva works with telecoms regulators and operators on a wide range of policy issues. Here, in the first of a monthly series of policy papers, we summarise our views on the challenges arising from regulating for quality of service
Mobile operators must shorten the time they take to process a mobile number portability (MNP) request for porting a phone number to the customer's new operator to a maximum of two calendar days, instead... Read more: http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1185641/new-mnp-system-speeds-up-process.
Mobile phone customers in PNG given flexibility to retain their numbers when switching to other networks
Customers of mobile communication service in Papua New Guinea will be able to retain their mobile numbers when switching to other network operators of their choice. This will be realised when the National Information and Communications Technology Authority (NICTA) concludes the process of introducing mobile number portability in the country. NICTA Chief Executive Officer Charles [...]