Ceragon Networks restructures to integrate Nera; align operations with market requirements

PR Newswire

Wireless backhaul specialist Ceragon Networks Ltd. today announced detailed plans to optimize its organizational structure following the acquisition of Norway's Nera Networks in January 2011. The new organizational structure consists of three solution groups: Short Haul Solutions, Long Haul Solutions and Projects & Services. These groups will be supported by a global sales organization. Dedicated resources within each group will provide Ceragon with the ability to respond quickly with the best solution and stay close to its customers.

Juniper: Mobiles to become tickets; 1 in 8 mobile users expected to use mobile ticketing by 2015

Mobile bar coded boarding passes and cinemas to lead the way

Juniper Research

One in every eight mobile users worldwide will either have a ticket delivered to their mobile phone or buy a ticket with their phone by 2015 -- over 750 million users -- according to the latest analysis from Juniper Research. This compares with approximately 1 in 20 now (230 million). Ticket delivery will be by SMS, bar codes, mobile web, smartphone apps or near field communication (NFC).

Operator M2M strategy

How big telecom carriers have (and have not) made M2M their business

Alex Brisbourne

Machine-to-machine (M2M) service offerings appear to be on the rise, but there are areas of the telecom market where carriers may not have the infrastructure to support front-end B2B M2M services. In this article, Alex Brisbourne parses out the market and offers some resolution as to where M2M can and should become the business of big carriers, and where it likely will not.

O2 signs smart meter deal with G4S Utility Services

Broadband provider O2 enters smart metering market with multi-million pound agreement

Telefónica O2 UK last week announced that they signed a multi-million pound contract with international security solutions group and major UK smart meter operations service provider G4S Utility Services (G4S) to simplify the remote management and monitoring of the O2 UK’s national smart meter network.

GE to build $40M smart grid center in Ontario

GE and the Government of Ontario last week announced a new $40 million Grid IQ Innovation Center, the first smart grid center of its kind for GE in Canada, to be located in Markham, Ontario. The 200,000 square foot center will develop and manufacture grid modernization technologies and encompass a global testing and simulation laboratory. The building is expected to open in July 2012.

New Smart Grid specs give superior monitoring in electricity supply

ITU G.hnem standard will link comms and electricity networks

New standards that will enable cost-effective smart grid applications such as distribution automation, smart meters, smart appliances and advanced recharging systems for electric vehicles have entered the final stage of approval at ITU.

The G.hnem standards (ITU-T Recommendations) address several smart grid applications such as distribution automation, advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), demand side management (DSM), grid-to-home communications, home/building energy management, home automation, vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-charging station communications.

Neustar to provide mobile digital TV infrastructure for OMVC

The Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC) announced today it has selected digital media ecosystem developer Neustar, Inc., to provide the Mobile DTV Trust Authority with the infrastructure necessary to deliver live, digital broadcast TV content to various mobile video-enabled devices such as mobile phones and portable media players. Neustar's technology enables connectivity across different networks, technologies and applications, and it possesses unique experience developing digital media ecosystems.

Mobile infrastructure market rebounded during fourth quarter

Dell’Oro reports highest growth since 2008

In a recently published report by Dell’Oro Group, mobile infrastructure market revenues increased 33 percent in the fourth quarter of 2010 to $11.2 billion. The report indicates that the market expansion was a result of continued strong WCDMA sales, as well as a pick up in the 2G market. In addition, vendors started recognizing significant LTE infrastructure revenues during the fourth quarter.

Apple willing to develop LTE iPhone for China Mobile

Reuters

China Mobile, the world's largest mobile carrier by subscribers, said on Friday that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs has expressed interest in developing an iPhone based on the Chinese carrier's network standard.

Orange Business Services partners with GDF SUEZ managing information system

Partnership emphasizes telecom provider's ability to manage traditional IT services

French energy group GDF Suez has signed a six-year deal with Orange Business Services for the management of its information system. The partnership includes standard facilities management such as hosting, infrastructure operation and running ERP applications. The partnership will also establish a shared engineering team in charge of developing the Group’s solutions to match the needs of its business units as closely as possible.

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