tw telecom (Littleton, Colorado), a provider of managed services, including Ethernet, converged and VPN solutions for businesses in South Carolina and throughout the U.S., today announced that KEMET Corporation has selected it to provide Gigabit Ethernet Service to connect KEMET's North American headquarters in Simpsonville, S.C., to one of its data centers in Columbia, S.C.
The Professional mobile radio (PMR) terminal market jumped a staggering 25% in terms of unit volumes in 2010 (compared to 2009), according to the latest data from IMS Research.
There has been very strong growth across the PMR terminal market in EMEA, where IMS Research’s latest figures indicate that revenue growth in 2010 was even higher than the 25% unit growth figure. This is seen as great news for the industry following a 2009 that saw huge declines.
Clearwire Corporation (Kirkland, WA), a provider of 4G wireless broadband services in the U.S., and Ericcson (Stockholm, Sweden) Wednesday announced a seven-year, managed services partnership that will transfer the day-to-day management of Clearwire's 4G network to Ericsson and allow Clearwire to realize operational efficiencies and reduce operating costs.
Verizon Wireless (New York, NY) and Medco Health Solutions, Inc. (Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) today announced a mobile application that can instantly guide patients and their doctors to the lowest-cost prescription drug to meet their health needs and help them identify potentially harmful drug interactions. The new Medco Pharmacy mobile app delivers critical information to help Medco members manage their prescription medications.
Research conducted by TechNavio reveals that the Global Wireless POS (Point of Sale) Terminals market is expected to grow at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 17.2 percent. The report, which focuses on Americas, APAC, and EMEA, indicates that the market is currently driven by the decreasing cost of wireless POS terminals.
Saxon Infotech, Inc. (Columbia, MD), a strategic IT services consulting, development and staffing firm, announces today that it is making a significant investment of talent and resources to support and participate in a joint development effort with a major Institute of Technology and Research to develop and bring to market a cloud-based mobile telemedicine application. The company is targeting delivery in the second quarter of 2012.
SES ASTRA, an SES company (Luxembourg), announced today that it has signed a capacity agreement with Telekom Srbija (Belgrade, Serbia) for the Direct-to-Home transmission of the public TV channels RTS Sat and Radio Beograd in Serbia. The channels will be broadcast free-to-air via SES ASTRA’s orbital position 19.2 degrees East starting from June 1, 2011. With Telekom Srbija SES ASTRA has won an important anchor customer for its 19.2 degrees East orbital position in the Balkan region.
VeriFone Systems, Inc. (San Jose, CA), and MICROS Systems, Inc. (Columbia, MD), today announced a solution that integrates restaurant management systems with smart mobile devices, allowing consumers to pay at the table with electronic wallets on mobile phones utilizing Near Field Communications (NFC).
More than 80% of a wireless operator’s energy operational expenses are directly related to electricity consumption, so containing operational expenditures (OPEX) is a top concern for many mobile executives. Wireless operators need innovative green solutions, which can deliver bottom-line savings, without the impact of a major infrastructure overhaul.
Hitachi, Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) Cyber Defense Institute, Inc. (NY, USA), JFE Engineering Corporation (Tokyo, Japan), Sharp Corporation (Osaka, Japan), Hewlett-Packard Japan, Ltd. (Palo Alto, CA), and Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) Tuesday announced that U.S. and Japan companies have been selected as contractors for joint "Project" collaboration supporting a world-leading Smart Grid project on Maui, a Hawaiian island that will serve as the Project site. The Project will be spearheaded by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization ("NEDO").