Last week, the GSMA, an association that supports the deployment of the GSM mobile telephone system, announced the results of a study of more than 4,000 mobile phone users in Singapore, Spain and the UK, which sheds light on privacy issues, particularly relating to the use of the mobile Internet and mobile applications.
Telecom operators hit out at a new European Union proposal that aims to spur investment in faster fiber optics networks by reducing profits generated on copper-based networks, saying it was wrongheaded and would actually stunt progress.
Executives from nearly a dozen companies, including France Telecom (Paris, France), Telefonica (Madrid, Spain) and Telecom Italia (Rome, Italy), came out against the proposal only minutes after EU Commissioner Neelie Kroes laid it out in a speech at an industry conference in Brussels on Monday.
Market research firm Infonetics Research (Campbell, Calif., U.S.A.) on Friday released excerpts from its latest Policy Management market size, market share, and forecast report, which stated that Infonetics expects the global policy management software market to jump 49% in 2011 over 2010, and to hit $1.61 billion in 2015.
The Diameter protocol defines a new network node - the Diameter agent (DA) – which operators can leverage to create a Diameter signaling layer in IP networks. This paper looks at how to improve the performance of 3G, IMS and LTE networks with the Diameter Agent.
Connected Home Americas 2011 offers a fresh, new approach for Connected Home events.
According to the recent report "Mobile Backhaul for Small Cells" by research firm ABI Research (Oyster Bay, N.Y., U.S.A.), by 2016 an estimated 58% of outdoor small cells will be backhauled using wireless techniques.
Samsung Electronics (Seoul, South Korea) unveiled on Wednesday software pacts with Intel (Santa, Clara, Calif., U.S.A.) and Microsoft (Redmond, Wash., U.S.A.) as the world's second largest cellphone maker strengthens its mobile software push.
Samsung has quickly become one of the largest smartphone makers globally, helped by its strong offering of devices using Google's Android platform. Analysts said Wednesday's deals signaled Samsung's aim to lower its exposure to Android following Google's $12.5 billion August acquisition of Motorola Mobility.
Google (Mountain View, Calif., U.S.A.) has thrown its weight behind Tech City, East London's fast-growing hub for Internet companies, by signing a lease for a seven-floor building that will serve as a launch-pad for new start-ups and developers.
The center, due to open in 2012, will house advisers from Google and other organizations that support technology entrepreneurs, the company said on Wednesday.
It will be located close to Old Street roundabout; dubbed "Silicon Roundabout" in an area of London that has already attracted hundreds of new Internet start-ups.
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