Rethink business models or face falling behind, Iskratel tells operators

The Hague, The Netherlands, 12 October 2017 – Operators need to update their business models to offer services for new vertical industries through digital transformation to keep up with the pace of a rapidly evolving market, Iskratel’s CTO said today. Presenting a keynote – titled ‘Building rock-solid cloud solutions on a non-consolidated foundation’ – at SDN NFV World Congress, in The Hague, Damjan Slapar said delivery of this digital transformation would also need to be significantly different to how new network equipment had been installed in the past. The shifting…

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New Iskratel white paper highlights specific use cases for software-defined access

The Hague, The Netherlands, October 9, 2017 – Operators can differentiate their services from over-the-top players’ offerings and create new revenue opportunities if they embrace virtualisation – but this must be done selectively and in the right scenarios. That is the key message of a new white paper published by Iskratel, the leading European infocommunications vendor and solutions provider, ahead of SDN NFV World Congress. Titled ‘Use Cases for Software-Defined Broadband Access’, the white paper examines the concrete applications and use cases where software-defined broadband (SD-BB) can provide operators with…

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Iskratel tackles substandard in-home Wi-Fi in new white paper

Cologne, Germany, and Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 30, 2017 – The “bitter truth” about 802.11ac Wi-Fi – and what service providers can do to improve performance and coverage indoors – has been revealed by Iskratel in a white paper published today. Titled “Maximizing In-house Wi-Fi Coverage and Performance,” the white paper evaluates the advanced technology of 802.11ac, recognizing its benefits but also highlighting several limitations which mean it cannot always deliver on its promise. These drawbacks include a shorter range when compared to 802.11n, reducing the coverage, and high signal attenuation…

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Iskratel expands Partner Program with two new sign-ups

Cologne, Germany, and Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 25, 2017 – Iskratel, the leading European infocommunications vendor and solutions provider, today announced it has signed contracts with two broadband specialists, HFC Technics and Tantec Digital, as part of its Partner Program. The initiative – which already involves a number of companies from Europe, Asia, Africa and South America – provides support across a range of areas to enable companies to grow into market leaders in emerging markets by reselling Iskratel broadband products and solutions. This is achieved through a combination of e-learning…

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Iskratel unveils two new GPON products ahead of ANGA COM

Cologne, Germany, and Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 23, 2017 – Iskratel, the leading European infocommunications vendor and solutions provider, today announced the release of two GPON solutions – the Innbox G22 Optical Network Terminal (ONT) and new software which seamlessly delivers gigabit services over fibre using a traditional cable infrastructure. The DOCSIS Provisioning of GPON software can be installed in a cable operator’s Network Management System (NMS) to bring the benefits of fibre without having to replace back office systems and procedures. Iskratel has already successfully deployed the solution for one…

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Iskratel celebrates 70 years of modernizing telecommunications with ambitious new targets

Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 4, 2017 – Iskratel, the leading European infocommunications vendor and solutions provider, has kick-started its 70th anniversary celebrations, announcing it aims to double its sales revenues by 2020 and expand ambitiously into new markets. The company will widen its offerings both in terms of vertical markets and geographical reach, targeting industries such as transport, public safety and energy. With 500 million end-users of its technology, Iskratel has performed strongly in its core market of telecommunications since it was founded in 1947 and is present in more than…

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