Toyota cars to be "friends" with driver

Reuters

Toyota Motor Corp (Japan) and cloud computing company Salesforce.com Inc (San Francisco, CA) will build a social network service that will enable owners to become "friends" with their cars and get friendly, tweet-like reminders for maintenance checks and other notices.

The deal marks the second tie-up between the world's biggest automaker and a software company in as many months. Toyota and Microsoft Corp last month announced plans to bring Internet-connected services to Toyota's cars across the world.

Average employee uses only 13% of monthly wireless data cap

Xigo (Manassas, VA), the cloud-based solution that simplifies managing enterprise telecommunications costs, conducted a research audit on data gleaned from its base of 250,000 phones under advisement for the month of March 2011. Xigo’s research findings indicate that average enterprise mobile phone users with wireless data plans use less than one-sixth of their monthly cap, and users with voice plans use slightly more than two-thirds of their allotted minutes. As a result, enterprises are paying for considerably more data and voice bandwidth than their employees actually need.

Saxon Infotech, Inc. developing cloud-based mobile telemedicine app

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.

European telecom Tele2 scales with ActiveVOS BPMS

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.

Customer Experience World, London 2011

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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Friday, July 1, 2011

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Customer Experience World Summit is the leading telecom conference on Customer 360 transformation in telecoms focusing on M2M Cloud SDM VAS CEM

HP releases FlexNetwork architecture for data center

Single architecture unifies network 'silos' to increase flexibility for virtual, media-rich and cloud environments

HP Monday announced the HP FlexNetwork architecture, the industry’s only unified architecture for the data center, campus and branch, which enables enterprises to fully harness the power of media-rich content, virtualization, mobility and cloud computing.

TM Forum Catalyst explores monetization and assurance of cloud computing services for service providers

Comptel Corporation, vendor of dynamic Operations Support System (OSS) software, today announced a second phase of its Enhanced Cloud Service Management Catalyst initiative that will explore how communications service providers (CSPs) can develop, monetize and assure a portfolio of innovative and unique cloud computing-based services like hosted video conferencing.

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.
 

EXFO introduces cloud-based network testing

EXFO Inc. announced Monday the launch of EXFO Connect, a suite of cloud-based software applications designed to interoperate with EXFO's smart test platforms. EXFO Connect is intended to help network operators deal with the increasing complexity of network deployments and maintenance, while facing the growing pressure to accelerate and reduce the cost of such deployments.

Verizon acquires Terremark, driving 'everything-as-a-service' global cloud strategy

Verizon Communications Inc. Monday closed its previously announced acquisition of Terremark Worldwide, Inc., growing Verizon's presence in the global managed IT infrastructure and cloud services market. 

Terremark, which will continue to be based in Miami, will help fuel overall Verizon growth by accelerating the company's strategy to provide "everything-as-a-service" to business and government customers globally. 

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