6 ways an enterprise can benefit from a private mobile network

Analysts estimate that 40% to 60% of corporate communications take place inside a building. With corporate voice communication picking up, employees don’t want to feel burdened under intercom connections and prefer mobiles to serve for both personal and professional purposes.     Furthermore, as existing in-building coverage solutions are difficult to install, a Private Mobile…

Omoco and WX3 form an alliance for the Swedish market

Omoco has recently partnered with WX3, which provides voice and video services over IP (VOIP) to its customers, in Sweden. Together, we will offer a complete communication network solution to a multitude of enterprises in the country. So far, our technology is being used in rural communities with little or no network connectivity in remote…

Macro v/s Micro Network Solution – An in-depth comparison

Are you living or working in an area where there is no network connectivity? Do you find yourself wondering that why are mobile network operators not extending coverage to your area? Read along to understand what, are the challenges that MNOs are facing due to which they might never be able to furnish such areas…

AfricaCom 2016 – Bridging the connectivity gap

AfricaCom held at Cape Town is the largest and the most influential tech event hosted by South Africa every year ! It is the meeting place for those driving Africa’s digital transformation. The event which took place from 7th-9th November this year,  saw participation from around 10,000 decision makers and network solutions providers from across…

Omoco @ SCWS 2016 – Building new connections!

SCWS 2016 Americas held at Dallas, Texas from 31st Oct – 2nd November, was a power-packed event. Major players in the telecom industry came together to discuss and explore path-breaking network solutions. We are proud to have been featured among them! At SCWS, our GSM network-in-a-box solution piqued a lot of interest in big thinkers…

Breaking the telecom monopoly

10 years ago, if you wanted to become a telecom operator you needed very deep pockets and a lot of connections within the government at the highest level. The cost of acquiring spectrum was exorbitant in addition to the high capital investment required to deploy the network sites. The process of licensing was & still…

Indonesia Diaries – Connecting Hinua

Indonesia is a widely spread archipelago of over 17000 islands with 82,190 villages. Out of these almost 20,000 villages receive only weak network signals & 8000 villages receive absolutely zero network coverage. One such village was Hinua in the sub district of Kalumpang in the province of West Sulawesi, Indonesia. A BTS system was deployed here almost 2 years ago. Out of…

Micro Mobile Network in Health Care -5 questions every CTO should ask

Health care access, affordability, and quality are key considerations all around the world. There are well-established disparities based on income and geography, and the high costs of health care present affordability challenges for millions of healthcare players and companies around the globe. Analysts at Gartner forecasts that 6.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in…