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Connectiva turns transaction experience to mobile analytics
Connectiva, a company known for its ability to collect and make sense of carrier grade amounts of data for telcos – up to billions of transactions a day – is turning turns its analytics expertise to the customer experience challenge . More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
T-Mobile rumored to be swapping throttling for overage fees
T-Mobile may have a memorable Saturday night planned. If documents rumored to have been leaked from the carrier prove correct, T-Mobile is planning to put an end to "unlimited" data plans that currently apply the brakes after the first 200MB of data, knocking users off its high-speed HSPA+ network. More on this Topic Industry...
Ford investigates creating a mobile data network using the cars themselves
A car can already tap into the mobile wireless network: accessing navigation information, connecting to emergency services and even downloading and streaming content to in-vehicle entertainment systems. But what if the car went one step further? Instead of being the end-node of a network like any other smartphone or laptop, what if the car could be used to create a network? What if it could...
FCC frees up spectrum for mobile backhaul
At its monthly meeting yesterday, the FCC issued an order making additional spectrum available for wireless backhaul—a move that should help reduce backhaul costs and make it easier to deploy wireless backhaul in rural areas. Additionally the commission issued a notice of proposed rulemaking seeking comment on additional proposals for making microwave communications more flexible and...
Can Clearwire`s new CEO bring in the cash?
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Clearwire has promoted its chief operating officer Erik Prusch to President and CEO after a five-month search following the departure of former CEO Bill Morrow. Interim CEO John Stanton is stepping down, remaining at the head of...
Light Squared to use CENX Ethernet exchange for backhaul connectivity
Carrier Ethernet exchange operator CENX aims to leverage the same technology it developed to support its Ethernet exchanges (CP: CENX partnership with CoreSite emphasizes connectivity for cloud providers) to pursue new opportunities in the mobile backhaul market, announcing today its first backhaul customer—Light Squared. More on this Topic ...
FCC combining AT&T`s acquisitions into one big, controversial review
AT&T’s critics have gotten their wish. The FCC has agreed to combine its reviews of the operator’s proposed $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile with its proposed $1.9 billion acquisition of Qualcomm’s former Flo TV 700 MHz licenses, giving public interest groups and many operators the coordinated examination they wanted of AT&T’s huge growth ambitions (Unfiltered: Operators want FCC to...
CTO explains Clearwire`s unique flavor of LTE
One of the most confusing parts of Clearwire’s long-term evolution announcement Wednesday was its plan to deploy an “LTE-Advanced ready” network. Clearwire itself stuck the term in quotation marks in its press release as if to imply that it was open to interpretation. In an interview with Connected Planet, Clearwire Senior Vice President and CTO John Saw explained what exactly the mobile...
As U.S. Cellular preps for LTE it sees data growth but subscriber declines
U.S. Cellular performed well financially in the second quarter, boosting revenues and profits, but the Tier II operator continued to lose customers, recording a net loss of 58,000 retail subscribers. U.S. Cellular also experienced what has become a common trend among all operators outside of AT&T and Verizon Wireless: it saw a big migration of customers to smartphones and high-value data...
Q&A: M2M by the numbers -- and by the solution
One of the hottest topics in telecom at the moment is M2M. To separate the hype from reality, Connected Planet asked Dr. Mike Short, vice president of Telefonica Europe, previously a chairman of both the global GSM Association and UK Mobile Data Association to shed some light. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
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