Report: mobile tickets quadruple to 23 billion by 2016

A new report from Juniper Research has found that the number of tickets delivered to mobile phones worldwide will more than quadruple to 23 billion by 2016, compared with 4 billion tickets estimated to have been delivered during 2011.

CloudPassage raises $14 million in funding for cloud security

Reuters

Cloud security startup CloudPassage has raised $14 million in second-round funding, with an aim of helping businesses like Foursquare, StrongMail, and others secure their data in the cloud, the company announced Wednesday.

Calix report finds video streaming drives rural internet traffic

On Wednesday, Calix Inc released a report based on analysis of data aggregated from 45 U.S. communications service providers, which provides new insights into Internet application and usage patterns among rural Americans.

Verizon Wireless to charge $30 fee for upgrades

Reuters

Verizon Wireless will start charging customers a $30 fee for cellphone upgrades, on top of the price they pay for the new device, as the company looks to supplement its income to cover costs.


The change at the biggest U.S. mobile provider follows a fourth-quarter decline in its wireless profit margins, which came under pressure from hefty subsidies it had to pay Apple Inc (Cupertino, Calif., USA) for the popular iPhone. Carriers pay such subsidies because devices like the iPhone help to attract new customers and boost revenue.

Telefonica, Avea to cooperate globally on M2M

Telefónica, through its Telefónica Digital unit, and the Turkish mobile operator Avea, part of Turk Telekom Group, have signed an agreement through which the two companies will develop business opportunities in the M2M (machine-to-machine) sector. The alliance covers technological cooperation, as well as the development of joint commercial and marketing endeavors.

Cinterion powers real-time M2M information system for German train stations

Cinterion, a provider of cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communication modules, announced on Wednesday that its M2M technology is powering Deutsche Bahn’s new passenger information system. Deutsche Bahn, a railway network operator in Germany, is implementing Cinterion’s system in train stations across the country to deliver up-to-the-minute information on departures and delays.

UnitedHealthcare grants $700,000 to California Telehealth Network

UnitedHealthcare has donated $700,000 to the California Telehealth Network to help expand telemedicine training and provide technical support for rural and medically underserved clinics and hospitals in California.

Numerex announces new location-based services platform

Numerex Corp, a provider of machine-to-machine (M2M) products and services, last week unveiled its new Location-Based Services (LBS) platform, which provides enterprises with services for monitoring, tracking and recovering a variety of mobile assets.

Redline expands Shell Oil JV M2M contract

Redline Communications Group Inc., a provider of broadband wireless solutions for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, on Monday announced the launch of a larger, second phase of a major wireless project for Shell Oil joint venture Petroleum Development Oman LLC (PDO). This expansion, which follows the successful deployment of a wireless infrastructure network supporting over 2000 wells, has now been expanded to cover the remaining 3000 wells.

Global M2M subscriber base now exceeds 100 million

According to new a research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the global number of mobile network connections used for wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communication increased by 37% in 2011 to reach 108.0 million.

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