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CTIA: Deutsche Telekom CEO turns spotlight on data growth
U.S. mobile operators have outpaced their European counterparts in growing data usage and revenues, but operators around the globe face similar challenges in moving from a focus on subscriber growth to growing new service revenues from existing customers. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room ...
.mobi registration opens
Registration for new .mobi domain names opened today to the general public after wireless companies and trademarked entities got their first crack at the new internet suffix over the summer.The new domain has been controversial to say the least with many global carriers and vendors backing the wireless Web-only URLs, while an equal number of players claim it as counterproductive. While the domain...
180Squared targets hospitality with IPTV managed service
180Squared has teamed up with carrier Ethernet provider MBO Video to offer an IPTV managed service, dubbed Cirrus Managed Cloud Solutions. The companies will establish a shared installation of IPTV middleware among multiple entities, beginning with hotels and hospitality providers, while keeping each individualís back-end systems separate. 180Squared, formed in April 2008 to focus on...
2011 Predictions: Sprint becomes the newest LTE operator
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room This is the time of the year that anyone with an email distribution list makes their predictions. Well, I have opinions. And I have a newsletter distribution list. Iím no better than the rest. With that said, here are three predictions...
2Wire finds some big friends, cash
2Wire said today that Alcatel, AT&T and Telmex have acquired a combined 51% stake in the San Jose-based residential gateway and set-top vendor.Under terms of the deal, Alcatel will pay about $120 million for a 25% stake in the vendor while Telmex and AT&T combined will have a combined 26%. Also, Alcatel will have two seats on the new nine-person board of directors; Telmex and AT&T will have three...
360networks to interconnect using Netrake border control
Netrake today announced that 360networks Corp. is deploying its nCite Session Border Controllers to support the security and delivery of its new SIPConnect Service targeting cable operators, ISPs, broadband service providers and VoIP service providers across North America. 360networks has installed Netrake`s nCite Session Border Controllers (SBCs) at interconnection and peering points in its...
3Com acquisition a mixed bag for Huawei
The acquisition of 3Com, announced today by Bain Capital and Huawei Technologies, gives the Asian equipment vendor entry into the U.S. enterprise market. But some analysts say the business poses plenty of challenges for its new owners.ďPrivate equity investors may see some value in 3Com, but we`re not so convinced,Ē said Mark Sue, an analyst for RBC Capital Markets, in a note this morning....
3Com approached by potential acquirers
3Com could become the next company to be acquired by a private equity player or telecom equipment vendor, according to the Wall Street Journal.Silver Lake Partners, one of the investor groups that agreed to acquire Avaya in June, has approached 3Com in recent months, as has Bain Capital, the Journal reported yesterday, adding that Nortel Networks may also be eyeing the company.Nortel was rumored...
3Com buys out Huawei stake in H3C
Chinese infrastructure vendor Huawei has accepted an $882 million bid from 3Com to give up its stake in the two companies IP networking and enterprise router joint venture H3C.Huawei owns a 49% share of the venture and since its foundation in 2003 in Hong Kong has seen the business grow to a 4500-employee company with R&D centers in Bangalore, India; and Beijing, Hangzhou and Shenzhen, China....
3D gets off to shaky start on mobile
The third dimension has piqued the interest of Hollywood for big-screen productions, but there may be a place for the technology on a much smaller screen Ė and not necessarily one attached to special headgear or glasses. Early experimentations are underway to bring 3D to mobile phones, but itís an experience that has a long way to go before it will be in demand, or even consumable.According to...
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