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.
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.
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.
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.
Active Endpoints, Inc. (Waltham, MA), the process automation company, announced Tuesday that one of Europe’s telecommunications operators, Tele2, has gone live with a ActiveVOS process application that integrates its core billing and provisioning applications.
Comcast Corporation (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), one of the nation's providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services, Monday announced Metro Ethernet services as part of an ongoing strategy to expand its portfolio of business services to meet the requirements of larger customers. Targeted at mid-sized businesses with 20 - 500 employees, Comcast’s Metro Ethernet services provide access to the Company’s next-generation fiber optic network that provides businesses with high-bandwidth needs and often multiple locations.
Oracle today announced the general availability of Oracle Communications IP Service Activator Release 7.0, a key component in Oracle's Converged Fulfillment for Business Services solution. Deployed by many of the world's leading communications service providers (CSPs), Oracle's Converged Fulfillment for Business Services solution enables CSPs to create, launch and fulfill highly-differentiated, converged business services including connectivity, data, voice, video and Cloud services.
Actelis Networks, a global supplier of Ethernet over copper solutions that is accelerating everything for service providers, today announced at TIA 2011: Inside the Network that Broadband Accelerators (BBAs) already are helping US service providers deliver high-speed Internet services to residential subscribers who’ve traditionally had little to no access to high-speed Internet services. BBAs allow incumbent carriers to deliver broadband services with greater coverage area to residential subscribers who typically have been underserved or unserved.
AT&T Inc plans to launch a wireless security srvice for consumers next year to help combat a big rise in cyber attacks on mobile devices, a top executive said.
As more people use smartphones like Apple Inc's iPhone and Google Inc's Android-based devices to download Web applications, John Stankey, the head of AT&T's enterprise business, said he had seen a big spike in security attacks on cellphones.
"Hackers always go to where there's a base of people to attack," Stankey said in an interview ahead of the Reuters Technology Media and Telecommunications Summit.