SDN set to increase presence among telecoms

16 April 2014 by RCR Wireless News

SDN continues to be a major force among many companies, including telcos.

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Deloitte Webinar: Digital Transformation: a Bit-Wise Evolution for the Telecommunications Industry

Deloitte Webinar: Digital Transformation: a Bit-Wise Evolution for the Telecommunications Industry

16 April 2014 by Deloitte

In this presentation, we explore digital transformation – from definition to impact, and from strategy through execution with the growing use of digital channels, including web, mobile and social. These channels are becoming paramount in the investment decisions that corporations are making to better engage customers, and the telecommunications industry is no exception. Join us to learn [...]

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Workforce: Ericsson, Mobetize, Brightstar, others see executive changes

Workforce: Ericsson, Mobetize, Vdopia see executive changes.

16 April 2014 by RCR Wireless News

Workforce: Ericsson, Mobetize, Vdopia see executive changes. 

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Google reportedly adds camera to smart contact lens technology

16 April 2014 by Martha DeGrasse

Top stories: Carriers cooperate with device makers to prevent smartphone theft Wireless carriers and smartphone makers will enable “kill switch” technology on handsets, but users may have to download the app to enable it. Read More Motorola Solutions to sell enterprise unit to Zebra Technologies The breakup of the former Motorola continues with news that [...]

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Chipmakers focus on MU-MIMO for Wi-Fi

16 April 2014 by Martha DeGrasse

Quantenna’s 10G Wi-Fi chip Hot on the heels of Qualcomm’s MU-MIMO announcement, Quantenna Communications says it is at work on the next generation of Wi-Fi chipsets, the world’s first 10G Wi-Fi chip. The company says the first 10G Wi-Fi chipsets will be available in 2015, including support for MIMO configurations up to 8×8. “Quantenna’s 8×8 [...]

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Reader Forum: ‘Freemium’ models and sponsored data – giving the people what they want?

31 March 2014 by Thomas Vasen, VP of Product Management and Marketing, DigitalRoute

Following on the heels of increasingly common, albeit still fairly new “freemium” service offerings, AT&T’s recently announced sponsored data service launch has been unusually controversial.

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Reality Check: Enterprises need to gain control of app environment

Reality Check: Enterprises need to gain control of app environment

25 March 2014 by Fernando Alvarez, VP Mobile Solutions Practice Leader, Capgemini

Today, applications are as personal as the mobile handset is to end users, and their usage continues to explode. Gartner predicts that by 2017, more than 268 billion mobile apps will be downloaded

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Reader Forum: Making 2014 the year operators optimize network data

24 March 2014 by Sethu M, President, SAP Mobile Services

In many respects, 2013 was the year big data truly came of age. The term itself evolved from industry jargon and into the vernacular of the American consumer, as corporations and government

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Reader Forum: Network monitoring in the age of big data

24 March 2014 by Andy Huckridge, Director of Service Provider Solutions, Gigamon

When it comes to keeping customers, user experience is the most important consideration for carriers today. However, it is often the case that speeds and bandwidth are not equally shared among customers.

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Analyst Angle: M2M services set to dominate revenue stream

Analyst Angle: M2M services set to dominate revenue stream

19 March 2014 by Morgan Mullooly, Analyst, Analysys Mason

The “Internet of things” promises to usher in a new wave of technological evolution. In a few years’ time, billions of things – cars, utility meters, TVs and even furniture – will be linked

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From Our Editors

Mobile drives need for better security, says Wedge Networks 17 April 2014 Kelly Hill

Mobile ads take center stage: Google, Facebook, Twitter and Telefonica 17 April 2014 Martha DeGrasse

AT&T threatens to forgo 600 MHz spectrum auction 17 April 2014 Dan Meyer

Carrier Wrap: Sprint signs WiMAX death warrant: 2015 17 April 2014 Dan Meyer

LatAm News: UNE-Tigo merger approved in Colombia; TIM to bid in 700 MHz auction 17 April 2014 Roberta Prescott

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Commentary

Reader Forum: WhatsApp deal shows the power embedded in wireless networks 07 April 2014 by Cassidy Shield, VP Marketing, Alcatel-Lucent IP Platforms

Analyst Angle: What we can learn from Nokia X and Firefox OS 03 April 2014 by Ari Lopes, Principal Analyst Latin America, Informa Telecoms & Media

Analyst Angle: Managing M2M’s big data will be an all-tech-on-deck exercise 02 April 2014 by Fedor Smith, President, Atlantic-ACM

Reality Check: The 10 most important events of the first quarter 01 April 2014 by Jim Patterson, CEO, Patterson Advisory Group

Reader Forum: Wireless network security – a cautionary tale 31 March 2014 by Paul Nguyen, President, CSG Invotas Global Security Solutions

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