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.
Remote Monitoring and Control 2011 will focus on advancements for the monitoring and management of distributed equipment and facilities, remote assets, infrastructure, automated process and device networks. End users and industry experts will speak on SCADA, remote networking technology, security (cyber and physical), control, automation, onsite and back-up power, M2M, emerging wireless technology, telemetry and condition monitoring.
Palo Alto, CA:
Members and guests of our Executive Forum are invited to participate in this 2-hour lunch discussion about the current set of tools and requirements for mobile analytics within the context of their large potential value for improving wireless networks, customer loyalty, marketing efficiency, devices and user experience.
Mountain View, CA:
Augmented Reality, which overlays virtual information on top of the real world, has attractive commercialization prospects. Imagine looking at a street of restaurants with Yelp ratings superimposed, or a tourist walk through Paris with historical data superimposed on buildings or coupons and adverts appearing over businesses in response to stated preferences or a search.
Redwood City, CA:
Politics aside, what are the business opportunities for White Spaces? Who will win the technology markets? What will it do to broadcast and cellular businesses? Will it be like the 700MHz auction, where the incumbents just extended the status quo, or like Wi-Fi where an entire industry sprang out of the ether? Our Entrepreneur forum will discuss just where the opportunities lie.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and Spa,
“Harnessing Disruption: Global, Mobile, Social, Local,” will focus on how the confluence of global networks, mobile devices and apps, social networking and geo-location is creating huge new markets and businesses, while promising enormous social advantages.
Disruption is only the precursor to creation. Come join us in discussing, explaining, sharing and illustrating the many ways powerful global networks, ubiquitous and equally-capable mobile devices can support breakthrough new applications that create whole new industries.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday handed businesses such as AT&T Inc. a major victory by upholding the use of arbitration for customer disputes rather than allowing claims to be brought together as a group.
By a 5-4 vote, the high court ruled that an AT&T unit could enforce a provision in its customer contracts requiring individual arbitration and preventing the pooling together of claims into a class-action lawsuit or class-wide arbitration.
Verizon acknowledged this morning that its 4G LTE network was not working for users across the U.S. after complaints trickled in overnight about a nationwide outage, according to a Computerworld news report.
Verizon Wireless posted two updates acknowledging the outage to its Twitter account.
The first update stated, "We're aware of an issue with #4G #LTE connections & our network engineers are working to resolve quickly. Will update here."
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Monday filed with the FCC a study by former FCC official Uzoma Onyeije questioning the existence of a spectrum crisis. The paper, entitled "Solving the Capacity Crunch: Options for Enhancing Data Capacity on Wireless Networks," suggests alternative solutions to auctioning broadcasting spectrum to help alleviate mobile broadband congestion. Onyeije concludes that "the impending 'spectrum crisis' is not real.
Chilean telecommunications operation Empresa Nacional de Telecomunicaciones SA, or Entel, will pursue a nearly $2 billion investment plan through 2013, The Wall Street Journal online reported today.
According to daily newspaper Diario Financiero, The Wall Street Journal reported, the company's president Juan Hurtado said that Entel will focus its investments in the mobile broadband sector. Broadband has seen "explosive growth" in recent years, Hurtado said.