Sunrise Telecom releases new spectrum analyzer to improve productivity for digital video deployment

Network testing and measurement solutions provider Sunrise Telecom today announced the release of a new spectrum analyzer. The AT2500RQ4, a portable CATV spectrum analyzer, is designed to provide enhanced Modulation Error Rate (MER) performance and improve impairment detection in the head end to ensure that operators can eliminate problems in the network before they affect the end customer experience, according to Sunrise Telecom's press release.

South Korea police probe Google over location data collection

Google Inc.'s Seoul office was raided on Tuesday on suspicion its mobile advertising unit AdMob had illegally collected location data without consent, South Korean police said, the latest setback to the Internet search firm's Korean operations.

The probe into suspected collection of data on where a user is located without consent highlights growing concerns about possible misuse of private information as the use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets increases.

Myriad launches mobile social networking services with Telefonica in Latin America

Myriad Group AG last week announced Telefónica Movistar has launched Myriad Social Network Services, marking the first phase of Myriad's 5-year partnership with Telefónica to provide social networking to its 13 mobile operations across Latin America. 



As part of the commercial launch, Telefónica Movistar customers can now, for the first time, quickly access their social networks, viewing all their friends' latest messages while updating their own status across all of their social network communities simultaneously via one mobile screen.
 

Budget increases on online video, mobile video outpace all other online categories, says study

Online video advertising services provider BrightRoll today released its third annual Online Video Advertising Report. The report includes new data that shows planned spending on online video is growing faster than all other online categories, with dollars being re-allocated in large part from TV and display ad budgets.

Monetizing mobile video with policy control

Mobile video offers opportunities for operators to earn new revenue, but strains network bandwidth. Learn how policy control or policy and charging rules function (PCRF) is being used to help operators deliver mobile video effectively.

Rise of e-book readers to result in decline of book publishing business

IHS

Marking a major inflection point, the book publishing industry has entered a period of long-term decline because of the rising sales of e-book readers, new IHS iSuppli research indicates.

Book revenue for U.S. publishers, including both e-books and paper books, will decrease at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3 percent from 2010 to 2014.

This marks a shift from the previous period of 2005 to 2010, when revenue grew slightly. 

Green light for diesel gensets

Mobile network operators go green off grid with diesel gensets

Bringing global mobile communications to communities in remote locations comes at a price, not the least being the cost of providing off-grid power supplies to "last mile" base transceiver stations (BTSs). That the diesel genset, with its track record of reliability and longevity, still remains the most practical solution is indicated by projected off-grid BTS deployment figures for the next two years. What's more, diesel gensets are becoming greener and are set to play a major role in ensuring stable, continuous power supplies -- whatever the weather -- alongside solar and wind power generation systems.

Greenpacket platform enables data offload from cellular to WiFi

Greenpacket, developer of next generation mobile broadband and networking solutions, has enhanced its robust Intouch Connection Management Platform (ICMP) to comply with the 3GPP-defined standard for networking connectivity function, namely the Access Network Discovery and Selection Function (ANDSF). The enhanced ICMP now enables mobile operators to dynamically offload subscribers from congested cellular networks to WiFi networks using intelligent switching rules based on operator's network management policies and controls.

Delivering mobile video efficiently with PCRF: Tekelec one-on-one

Tekelec's recent white paper, "Policy control and mobile video: Options for managing growth" discusses the use of policy control (PCRF) to manage the delivery of video over mobile networks, with an emphasis on balancing the delivery of video to users with the impact on the network. According to Randy Fuller, director of strategic marketing at Tekelec, subscriber choice is a key component of finding that balance. In this Q&A interview, Fuller provides some insights on PCRF and the future of mobile video.

Connected Device Management Asia 2011

Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
End Date: 
Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Jakarta, Indonesia:

Solve your device management challenges & improve your customer’s experience

With the various devices in market such as feature phones, smart phones and tablets along with the fast technological advancement, operators are faced with several challenges. Device Management professionals need to provision new devices, both theirs and open market devices on their network.

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