Monthly Archives: September 2011

Almost a quarter of internet traffic infringes Intellectual Property (IP) rights.

That’s right! To be exact, 23.7% of internet traffic infringes IP rights, according to a recent study commissioned by NBC Universal. So as telecom networks continue to grow their capacity to supply ever more broadband to an insatiable consumer, via 4G … Continue reading

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New partnership in Mexico between a major telco (Movistar) and a Brazilian Bank (Itaú).

The card payments market in Mexico is gearing up towards a more innovative environment after years of dominance by the large traditional banks. Last week it was announced that a Brazilian bank (Itaú) is partnering with Telefonica‘s Movistar brand in Mexico to … Continue reading

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Brave new world.

Rogers Communications (a major telecom player in the Canadian market place) has recently applied for a Bank license with the Canadian financial regulator. This is a visionary move by this Canadian carrier to take a lead in the mobile payments … Continue reading

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