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11/22/2022· Telecommunication

Revenue Boost For Automotive Industry From Cellular Connectivity Outweighs SEP Licensing Costs

By: Keith Mallinson

The automotive industry is being revolutionized by continuous cloud connectivity, autonomous driving technologies, drive train electrification and shared mobility. These transformations are being facilitated in part by the standardized cellular technologies now commonly implemented in “connected vehicles” or “CVs”.

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9/4/2022· Telecommunication

Long Live The Revolution In 5G: With SA, 5G-A5dvanced, 6G, Virtualizatio4n, O-RAN And Competition Among Industry Standard Computer Hardware Platforms

By: Keith Malinson

Change will be huge but gradual over the next decade. With 5G yet to make its mark beyond eMBB, a second wave of growth including widespread implementation of IoT using 5G SA, and with mMTC and eURLLC including enterprise deployments, will have major impact commencing around 2025.

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6/20/2022· Telecommunication

Spectrum Auctions: Okay For Some, But Not For Others (Analyst Angle)

By: Keith Mallinson

A recent op-ed in the Wall Street Journal by Paul Wolfowitz, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and former President of the World Bank, controversially suggests that auctioning spectrum for 5G is detrimental to the U.S. and helps Huawei. While spectrum allocation is an important issue in industrial and economic policy, high auction fees do not appear to have impaired U.S. development and deployment of 4G or 5G.

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3/22/2022· Telecommunication

Global Standard Setting At 3GPP Endangered With Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine (Analyst Angle)

By: Keith Mallinson

It took the industry 30 years to consolidate mobile communications developments into a single 4G standard with the introduction of LTE and the demise of WiMAX. That attainment—also in 5G—should be cherished; but it is imperiled by geopolitical developments.

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12/3/2021· Telecommunication

Modest SEP Royalties On Smartphones Have Declined And Licensing Is Stabilizing

By: Keith Mallinson

Aggregate royalty payments for licensing cellular technology standard-essential patents (SEPs) in smartphones have remained in modest single-digit percentages and have declined since 2013. This defies purported concerns that the stacking of patent royalties paid to multiple licensors have led to or would lead to unreasonably high aggregate rates on mobile devices

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10/25/2021· Telecommunication

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Compliance In The Wake Of Facebook v Duguid

By: Ray Horak

In the context of the Facebook v Duguid decision, considering all the issues it addressed and didn’t, clarified and confused, honest and conscientious actors have to be freshly concerned about TCPA compliance. That means checking all the boxes, doubling down on all the right things, and identifying and plugging all the holes in your call center operations.

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8/26/2021· Telecommunication

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) - Facebook v Duguid: It Ain't Over

By: Ray Horak

Not particularly surprising to those of us who work in the TCPA domain or are impacted by it, the published articles, blogs and such are mostly, if not all, written by attorneys in the defendants’ bar. I reckon those in the plaintiffs’ bar like to keep their opinions, musings and strategies to themselves until the litigation process begins. I provided some TCPA background and context in a previous article, TCPA: Facebook v Duguid, but will repeat some of that here to refresh your memory.

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6/18/2021· Telecommunication

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) - Facebook v Duguid: Punctuation Matters

By: Ray Horak

The decision of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in the matter of Facebook v Duguid has been perhaps the single most anticipated in the realm of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), at least in the last decade or so, and all over a punctuation mark - a comma, to be exact.

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9/21/2019· Telecommunication

Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Compliance: A Checklist

By: Ray Horak

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was passed into law in 1991. At the time, consumers were plagued by sales calls which it seemed always came at the most inconvenient times...In an effort to address a growing number of telephone marketing calls and certain other telemarketing practices...

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6/13/2019· Telecommunication

Rumplestiltskin, LLP: The Dark Side of Dialers

By: Ray Horak

Most of us know, at least in general terms, about the restrictions on unsolicited telemarketing calls to consumers and the national Do-Not-Call (DNC) list designed to end those annoyances...or opportunities, depending on your perspective. Just to refresh your memory, the TCPA states "It shall be unlawful for any person within the United States, or any person outside the United States if the recipient is within the United States—(A) to make any call (other than a call made for emergency purposes or made with the prior express consent of the called party) using any automatic telephone dialing system [ATDS] or an artificial or prerecorded voice

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