Carrier Billing Comes to Spotify in New European Markets

Customers in Germany & Italy Can Subscribe to Spotify Premium Using Their Mobile Phones

San Francisco, CA

Boku Inc., the global leader in direct carrier billing, today announced new carrier partnerships in Germany and Italy to power carrier billing on Spotify. This is an expansion of Boku’s existing global partnership with Spotify that first launched in the United Kingdom and includes every major carrier in Germany and one of the leading Italian mobile operators. With these new agreements, nearly 90 million mobile subscribers across these markets will be able to purchase Spotify Premium subscriptions using their mobile phone number without the need for a credit card.

US Signal Offers Direct Access to Console Software & Interconnection Platform

Console’s platform enables customers to bypass the public Internet and directly connect to a global ecosystem

Grand Rapids, MI,

Kacific First Service Powered by Newtec Dialog Multiservice VSAT Platform

Satellite operator will use platform to start its affordable connectivity service in the Pacific

Singapore and Sint-Niklass, Belgium

Leading satellite operator Kacific Broadband Satellites and Newtec, a specialist in designing, developing and manufacturing equipment and technologies for satellite communications, today announced they have agreed on a cooperation for powering Kacific’s interim services using Newtec Dialog to be deployed and to provide affordable satellite broadband connectivity in the Pacific.

Drum Selects Epsilon for Co-Location Services to Support Real-Time Communications

Drum’s Cloud-based web meeting platform will use Epsilon’s co-location services to deliver IP and WebRTC-based communications and collaboration tools

Epsilon, a privately owned global communications service provider, was selected by Drum, a leading telco apps developer, to deliver co-location services to support the growth of its browser-based Drum web meeting platform. Drum web meetings combine WebRTC with CSS3 and HTML5 to deliver a meeting platform. Drum offers users instant access to flexible browser-based communications and collaboration tools inside a web meeting.

Massive MU-MIMO Technology Tested to Increase Spectrum Capacity by 1,000x

Current telecommunications technology is constantly improving. With every generation of wireless network, carriers make improvements to meet data demand, speeds increase, and new capabilities and applications of mobile networks arise. Cell towers, with a few antennas per base station, have been the backbone of the industry, standing as points of reception and transmission of data on radio airwaves. Today’s top-of-the-line 4G wireless networks’ base stations have the capacity to communicate with up to four users at a time on a given frequency.

TIA Says FCC Set-Top Box Rules will Stifle Innovation

Calls for New Approach to Standards Setting if Rules Move Forward

Arlington, VA 

Telenor Connexion launches ARTS Data Analytics Tool for actionable IoT Insights

Demo at Hannover Messe

Specifically designed for IoT devices, ARTS collects and analyses Big Data and provides customers with actionable and detailed insights. ARTS delivers results for optimized operations and maintenance, improved service delivery and increased revenues.

Telenor Connexion today announced the expansion of its IoT solutions offering with the release of its new Big Data Analytics tool: ARTS (Advanced Real-time troubleshooting ToolSet).

The Linux Foundation’s Jim Zemlin To Keynote ITS America 2016 San Jose Day Two “Infrastructure of Things”

Jim Zemlin, executive director of The Linux Foundation, will take center stage at ITS America 2016 San Jose on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. PDT, as the keynote speaker for day two of the event, “The Infrastructure of Things.”

Defining Big Data in Telecom Applications

“Can you hear me now?” If you’ve watched television anytime in the last decade, you’ll likely recognize that catchphrase from the “Test Man” commercials Verizon ran constantly in the early 2000s. Today, communications service providers (CSPs) continue to throw money at advertising or any other method that gains them market share – and it isn’t cheap. In fact, telecoms spend hundreds of dollars to acquire just one new customer.

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