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Cable: New report predicts 90 per cent of the UK could have 5G by 2026

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Computer Weekly: Consistent service, not speed, key to UK’s 5G future, say researchers

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Consistency over speed

As the UK moves towards new 5G mobile technology, a study at Cambridge Judge Business School urges modest yet reliable mobile broadband connectivity, even if this entails a reduction of large headline speeds. Consistency rather than speed is the key…

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Network cable with Fiber optics light internet concept

Mobile telecoms consolidation

Consolidation in mobile telecommunications leads to higher consumer prices but also higher investment per mobile operator, finds study based on 33 OECD countries over a 12-year period. Consolidation among mobile telecoms operators is an issue that has vexed regulators in…

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Venturing forth: Goshawk Communications

Anyone who has tried to hold a mobile phone conversation on a noisy train knows how frustrating it can be when the other person's voice fades in and out, or there is static, or words seem mumbled due to poor…

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Anyone who has tried to hold a mobile phone conversation on a noisy train knows how frustrating it can be when the other person's voice fades in and out, or there is static, or words seem mumbled due to poor reception in and around tunnels.

The digital revolution in public services

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes on how to do more with less for more. Over four billion people around the globe - more than half the world's population - live outside the formal economy…

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Djemma el Fna, one of the oldest square and market place in Marrakech, Morocco.

Profit sharing

The profit-sharing system of Chinese communications company Huawei is outlined in a Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge. The profit-sharing plan of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei and how it helps boost employee engagement is…

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Profit sharing

Huawei culture

Article on Chinese telecoms company Huawei co-authored by David De Cremer is featured in the Harvard Business Review. The global success of Huawei, the China-based telecommunications company, can be traced to the company’s customer-driven and employee-dedicated culture, according to an…

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Huawei culture

Anne Bouverot, GSMA: Transparency is paramount in organisational change

Director General of the GSMA, Anne Bouverot, stressed the importance of 'transparency' in dealing with staff involved in merged companies when she addressed MBA students in her Cambridge Leadership Seminar. GSMA is the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association - an alliance…

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