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#TBT: T-Mo kills contracts, launches LTE; Oracle buys Tekelec; Global LTE momentum … this week in 2013

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! T-Mobile US kills...

#TBT: Sprint, SoftBank pressured on Huawei; T-Mobile launches LTE … this week in 2013

Congress applied pressure to Sprint and SoftBank to avoid Huawei, while T-Mobile USA launched its LTE network … 4 years ago this week. Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines...

Siris nabs Polycom, India awaits $4.00 smartphone … 5 things to know today

5 things to know today... 1. Mitel's agreement to buy Polycom has been derailed by a private equity firm with a higher offer. Siris Capital said its $2 billion offer represents a 13.6% premium to Mitel's offer, which was announced in April. Mitel's offer was...

Oracle: Leveraging network data for monetization

Liam Maxwell, VP of products for Oracle Communications, talked with RCR Wireless News about big data from the network, and how that ties into Oracle's marketing automation service Eloqua and its communications portfolio. In the video below, Maxwell touches on how last year's acquisitions of diameter signalling and...

Oracle: Key takeaways from TM Forum Live

NICE, France – Much of the telecom and wireless world was focused on software last week, as TM Forum hosted the industry in Nice, France. RCR Wireless News was there and had the chance to learn how some of the software industry's biggest players...

Oracle to buy Tekelec

Oracle continues to make its way aggessively into telecom software, this time with the purchase of Tekelec, a provider of diameter signaling and policy control solutions. Tekelec has been privately held for just over a year; it was taken private in January 2012 by...

MWC 2013: Getting a handle on network intelligence

Vendors are scrambling to help network operators figure out smarter ways to manage and optimize their networks, drawing data from various sources in order to make informed business decisions on infrastructure and services and exploring the promise of software defined networks. A barrage of announcements...

SPONSORED: Policy as the innovation engine for ‘ThinkingNetworks™’

Mobile operators can become digital lifestyle providers by extending the reach of policy management “everywhere.” Uploading photos to Facebook, tweeting, downloading YouTube videos, browsing the Web, using applications on your smart phone – they all mean something to a mobile operator’s bottom line. In all...

SPONSORED: Mobile operators can enable personalized ‘anywhere, anytime’ services

There is a lot of talk about how operators should court non-traditional customers, but little information exists on how to actually monetize operators’ assets. Beyond the networks,

Feature Report: Managed Chaos: Diameter to Add Order Across Mobile Broadband Networks

With consumers increasingly tying themselves to mobile networks through smartphones and the hundreds of thousands of applications those devices can support, carriers are in need of ways in which to monitor and insure that the traffic load is handled in a consistent manner across...

Webinar: Policy and Diameter Signaling

Diameter’s role in managing the explosive growth of signaling across an LTE network has more than doubled in not only signaling traffic, but also complexity. Diameter signaling protocol has been adopted by 3GPP and 3GPP2 as the standard protocol for authentication, authorization, accounting (AAA)...

Tekelec sees more opportunities in HSPA+ than LTE in Latin American market

Several Latin American telecom operators are already launching LTE services or trials, and more auctions are scheduled, but LATAM still lags behind some other markets. That’s why the mobile broadband solutions company Tekelec is also increasing HSPA+ rollouts to boost its participation in the...

2012 Predictions: Mobile data to spur innovations

As mobile data matures in developed markets, we expect several significant evolutions in 2012. The biggest for subscribers will be pricing plan innovations, providing new personalized service and cost options. In addition, we forecast rapid cloud service adoption, new content business models and new device segmentation.

Slow spending hurts earnings for equipment makers

Shares of networking equipment bellwether Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) are higher today after the company surpassed Wall Street's forecasts for its fiscal first quarter. The better-than-expected report was a welcome bright spot in what has been a somewhat lackluster earnings season for the IP network...

Reality Check: Diameter routing LTE and IMS use cases

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reality Check column. We've gathered a group of visionaries and veterans in the mobile industry to give their insights into the marketplace.Diameter signaling routers are becoming the central point in 3G, IMS and LTE networks for connecting, translating...

Reality Check: Why operators need centralized Diameter routing

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reality Check column. We've gathered a group of visionaries and veterans in the mobile industry to give their insights into the marketplace.Everyone knows that service providers are dealing with the growth of mobile data traffic. What's not common...

Executive Interview: Tekelec CEO tightens company focus

The new CEO of Tekelec (TKLC) , Ron de Lange, took a few minutes to talk with RCR Wireless News concerning Tekelec's new direction the company will take with de Lange at the helm.It's safe to say that de Lange has some tough...

Contracts: Alcatel-Lucent in Russia; Huawei with TDC; and more

Alcatel-LucentRussia: With State Corporation Russian Technologies to develop and manufacture Long Term Evolution (LTE) components customized for the Russian market. The companies will set up a R&D Center in St. Petersburg operated by Alcatel-Lucent RT that will be fully integrated with Alcatel-Lucent's wireless operations....

Bits & Bytes: Tekelec introduces new CEM; TM Forum awards; and more

AFL has signed an agreement to acquire TCC Group, a leading telecommunications network implementation and integration provider based in Bracknell, United Kingdom. TCC Group will join the AFL global portfolio to provide communications services to the European market.Tekelec, the mobile broadband solutions company, introduced...

@ CTIA: A quick look at announcements

Tekelec, the broadband solutions company, introduced a new machine-to-machine (M2M) service enablement solution for providers to deliver advanced M2M services. Tekelec's solution uniquely combines multiple network functions to give service providers new abilities to scale M2M deployments, prioritize and manage devices and applications and...

Tekelec to deploy policy management solution in 6 countries

Business News Americas | March 9, 2011 | Patrick Nixon Broadband data management company Tekelec (Nasdaq: TKLC) expects to deploy its policy and charging rules function (PCRF) for an additional six countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (CALA) by midyear, Federico Navarro, Tekelec's CALA sales...

Genband picks up Cedar Point for stronger VoIP position

Genband is increasing its position in the cable VoIP softswitch sector, announcing it plans to acquire Cedar Point Communications Inc., a privately held company that provides IP switching solutions for cable operators. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The purchase is the latest...

Bits and Bytes: ORMMA unveils ad specs; ALU introduces alert solution; and more

The Open Rich Media Mobile Advertising (ORMMA) initiative unveiled its rich media advertising specifications and open source code for publishers who want to serve rich media campaigns across all mobile platforms and devices, said the group. The ORMMA initiative was founded by The Weather...

Reader Forum: Net neutrality – all about the consumer

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reader Forum section. In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible,...

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