Mobile Backhaul Pavilion

@ CTIA Super Mobility 2014

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014
End Date: 
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Backhaul is the glue that binds local access points to carrier networks. The all new Mobile Backhaul Pavilion at the CTIA 2014 show will bring together wireless and wireline technologies at North America’s largest telecom show in a way that has never been done before! Expect to see the latest technologies exhibited – from next-gen IP/Ethernet wireline to microwave backhaul solutions.
 
The Mobile Backhaul Pavilion will congregate those companies servicing the spectrum of carrier backhaul needs. By working and showcasing in one designated area, exhibitors make a powerful statement about the growing importance of mobile backhaul solutions.

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Baidu boosts location-based platform with new services, $10 million investment

Data shows more people access the Web via mobile device than computer

Reuters

By Paul Carsten

BEIJING (Reuters) - Baidu Inc launched on Wednesday a service that helps retailers advertise on the smartphones of nearby users as China's dominant search engine company expands its location-based technology to drive growth.

Baidu currently makes most of its income from desktop-based search advertising and has lagged peers such as Tencent Holdings Ltd in capitalizing on the popularity of mobile internet in China, the world's largest market for smartphones.

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In ABI Research’s profitability analysis, Verizon Wireless beat China Mobile for the first time

ABI Research

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Reuters

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Verizon to slow down speeds for some unlimited data subscribers

Customers on the company's tiered data plans will not be affected

Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Verizon Communication Inc's high speed wireless customers who subscribe to the company's legacy unlimited data plans might experience slower speeds starting Oct. 1, the company said on Friday.

The announcement comes as wireless carriers attempt to shift data-hungry subscribers onto tiered plans, which charge customers for individual data packages.

Verizon will slow services for the top 5 percent of data users who are on unlimited plans in places where the network is experiencing high demand, the company announced on its website.

Smartphone suit against Google plays into rivals' hands

Google argued last week the proposed class action should be dismissed

Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. consumer lawsuit accusing Google of monopolizing prime real estate on Android smartphones will help mobile rivals like Microsoft make their antitrust case with European regulators should damaging secrets emerge in court.

The suit, filed in California federal court in May by two smartphone consumers, said Google requires handset manufacturers such as Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS> to restrict competing apps like Microsoft's Bing search on Android phones, partly by making Google's own apps the default.

Google seen best placed for growth as it transitions to mobile

Google's capital investment budget has topped $17 billion over the past five years

Reuters

(Reuters) - Google Inc <GOOGL.O> <GOOG.O> is the best placed of any company to benefit from the shift to mobile, increased local advertising and wearables, analysts said after the search giant posted its 18th straight quarter of 20 percent-plus revenue growth.

At least eight brokerages raised their price targets on the stock on Friday by as much as $75, to a high of $745.

Google shares were up 2 percent at $593.37 in early trading on the Nasdaq.

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agency is seeking comments on whether it should take a fresh look at distinctions between wireless and wireline

Reuters

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Google acquires mobile service company Divide

Reuters

Google Inc said it has acquired Divide, a company whose software allows corporations to manage the personal smartphones that consumers increasingly use on the job.

In a post on Divide's (New York City, NY, USA) website on Monday, the company said it was joining Google's (Mountain View, CA, USA) Android team. The post did not provide financial terms of the deal and a Google spokesman declined to comment on the terms.

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Reuters

Yahoo Japan Corp has dropped its plan to buy mobile network operator eAccess Ltd from SoftBank Corp in a 324 billion yen ($3.2 billion) deal that was part of a reorganization of SoftBank group assets.

Yahoo Japan, the country's biggest Internet portal and 42.6 percent owned by SoftBank, will proceed with a planned low-cost mobile Internet service using the eAccess (Tokyo, Japan) mobile network, SoftBank (Tokyo, Japan) and Yahoo Japan (Tokyo, Japan) said on Monday.

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