AT&T certifies 3G Telit M2M module on network

Telit Wireless Solutions (Raleigh, N.C., U.S.A.), the North American M2M technology arm of Telit Communications, announced on Wednesday that two of its 3G M2M modules have been certified on the AT&T (Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.) network.

Consumers consider mobile payments safer than credit cards

On Tuesday, Javelin Strategy & Research (Pleasanton, Calif., U.S.A.) and PaymentOne (San Jose, Calif., U.S.A.) released a study of consumers' online and mobile purchasing attitudes, which found that by a margin of almost 4 to 1, consumers believe direct carrier-billed mobile payments are more secure than using credit and debit cards for online digital purchases.

Telecom operators need automation in wireless infrastructure

Wireless operators have grown networks to a point past the level of complexity that can be managed and optimized manually.  Today, wireless networks have up to 6-layers at the macro level with additional micro levels inserted in key areas where network capacity is an issue.  In order to manage the complexity of interoperability handoffs and signaling necessary to provide the highest call quality, operators need automation.

Explosion in mobile data brings API hyper-growth

Based on research by ProgrammableWeb, the public API (application programming interfaces) has seen a 400% growth in the past 18 months.  APIs can be big business, especially in mobile apps where the creativity of data mashups is being matched by unprecedented consumer demand for mobile data.   According to Google, the search giant now sees more mobile search queries than desktop queries, the change coming just in the last year.  Ask yourself, how often do you interact with data and web services on a website

Qualcomm forms wireless medical devices subsidiary

Qualcomm Incorporated (San Diego, Calif., U.S.A.) announced on Monday the formation of a wholly owned medical device subsidiary, Qualcomm Life Inc., which aims to connect medical devices wirelessly via cloud-based services so biometric information is accessible by device users and health care providers.

Digi releases cloud-based telehealth application kit

Digi International (Minnetonka, Minn., U.S.A.), a wireless M2M device provider, on Tuesday released the iDigi Telehealth Application Kit - a development kit that allows customers to create cloud-connected medical devices.

Lantronix launches M2M medical device aggregator

Lantronix (Irvine, Calif., U.S.A.), a provider of smart connectivity for electronic devices, on Wednesday announced the launch of a medical device aggregator that allows for the collection of live data from any location to be delivered whenever and wherever is necessary.

Verizon cloud-based identity-as-a-service gets level 3 ICAM certification

Telecom operator Verizon (New York) announced on Monday that its cloud-based managed identity-as-a-service offering has been approved for Level 3 Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) certification. According to Verizon, its Universal Identify Service is the first service with Level 3 certification for online identity protection for federal employees and visitors of government websites.

China Unicom, Telecom ask regulators to suspend probe

Reuters

China Unicom (Beijing, P.R.C.) and China Telecom (Beijing, P.R.C.), the country's second and third largest telecom operators, have asked Chinese regulators to halt an antimonopoly probe and will work towards lowering internet access charges over coming years, they said on Friday.

Insurers implement M2M usage-based insurance policies

How do you feel about paying higher auto insurance rates because a small segment of the population takes unnecessary risks when driving?  Since insurance companies pool risk, you often pay for others’ bad driving habits even if you are a good driver yourself.  In the current personal auto insurance system, good drivers are subsidizing the bad driving behavior of others.

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