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Tellabs Outlines Carrier Backhaul Challenge and Opportunity

Tellabs had some scary news for operators at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona as they outlined the detachment of user expectations in wireless which follow Moore's Law versus operator cost which is increasing rapidly. This according to Stuart Benington...

Altair Semiconductor's 4G Chip Bet Pays Off

As wireless markets globally move to 4G, Altair Semiconductor has targeted this newer network standard with a single-mode line of chips which cost less and use less power than mult-mode solutions which have to grapple with 3G and older standards....

Vantrix Optimizes Media Delivery at MWC2013

As audio and video traffic over wireless networks has grown exponentially, operators around the world have struggled to deal with managing the challenge. Enter Vantrix who focuses on bandwidth management and more specifically media optimization according to company execs execs...

Sony Xperia Tablet Z Impossibly Light

This new Sony tablet the Xperia Tablet Z is impossibly thin and light. It feels like an iPad Mini in terms of weight but its much larger. It's a very impressive offering from a company which ceded much of...

Broadcom Has Low-Power GPS Geofencing News and More at MWC2013

Broadcom made some big noise here at MWC with the launch of its 47521 GPS chip which is a  follow-on to the 4752 they announced at the show last year. This new silicon-software solution allows real-geofencing due to its reduced power...

Oracle Not Shy at MWC

Oracle has never been bashful and their communications division seems to be happy to beat it's chest  at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona.  Once the Acme Packet merger solidifies, we can expect them to be even more aggressive. ...

Alcatel-Lucent Pushes Tagline at MWC

Alcatel-Lucent pushes its tagline "At the speed of ideas" here at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona. Carrier equipment companies have long-struggled to enable carriers to rapidly adapt to changing markets and opportunities. This tagline certainly sums up the...

Made it to Mobile World Congress MWC2013

Mobile World Congress moved from the city center of Barcelona last year to a location by the airport meaning the tens of thousands of visitors to the show have a long commute - either by mass transit or cab....

Apple Has 2 Weeks to Fix its 6.1 iOS Update

Apple’s 6.1 iOS update seems to be one of the most challenged updates the company has released as users are complaining of battery drain, 3G and syncing issues. The situation has caused one carrier Vodafone to tell people not to...

Divoom Bluetune Solo Speaker Review

At CES 2013 I had a chance to check out the Divoom Bluetune Solo speaker, a pint-sized gadget which packs a powerful punch of bass for its size. The speaker is round and fits in a  coffee cup taking...

Ferrari By Logic3 Impresses With High-End Audio at CES

At CES 2013 one of the more exciting booths was Ferrari By Logic3 where the company showed off an all-in-one docking system with 350W of audio power. It looks gorgeous and sounds amazing. Yes, it will give Bose a run...

How M2M Saves the Amazon Rainforest

Machine-to-machine technology is generally any sort of grouping of devices where machines talk to machines. When your car tells a central computer you need an oil change and the dealer calls to remind you – that’s M2M in action. Perhaps...

Apple needs an iPhablet

For over 2-and-a-half years, Apple has watched the smartphone competition grow taller and wider and it eventually capitulated on a taller iPhone size with the latest iPhone 5. But it is still way behind when it comes to providing total...

See Blackberry 10 in Action on the Z10

Hold the phone - here is a sneak peak video of Blackberry 10 on the company's Z10 handset. The OS looks solid - perhaps not as intuitive as iOS but everything has a learning curve. Sure the video is in...

xG Technology Scores Another Potential Win

Yesterday I discussed how xG Technology scored with a big $6M win and today the company has announced Cornet Technology has entered into an agreement with xG to resell $5M worth of the company’s products to the government and DoD....

xG Technology Scores Huge Win

The most controversial company I have ever reported on has to be xG Technology. They have a wireless solution which uses unlicensed spectrum in an efficient manner in order to allow service providers to provider service without needing to purchase...

Chinese Government Funds Global Telecom Roll Outs Through ZTE

With global uncertainty the norm, many carriers have struggled to get financing for new infrastructure projects and in fact they have been a bit hesitant to spend on areas other than wireless where ROI is much more predictable. Subsequently, the...

Tomorrow's Cloud, Optimized by Plantronics

Most people think of the cloud as being removed from the local environment because, after all, it requires the addition of a browser to access. But thanks to innovation from the people at Plantronics, the cloud can now reach through...

How Apple Can Slow Samsung Down

Tom Keating at TMC reported today that Samsung is beating virtually everyone at virtually everything. He discusses how they have become the dominant TV maker but this isn’t such big news at this point. What is interesting is the company...

Important Tech News of the Day Dec 14, 2012

Amazon Prime Instant Video app for iOS is out Alcatel Lucent says providing video to devices is a great new revenue opportunity for carriers Google Just Settled a Six-Year Dispute with Belgian Publishers IT spending will pick up in...

The Fiscal Cliff Could Kill Super-WiFi

One of the most amazing turning points in technology advancement has been the US Government’s decision to allow unlicensed spectrum to be used in the form of WiFi. Instead of taking the short-term gain of revenue via spectrum auction, it...

T-Mobile Finally Gets the iPhone

While spending time in a T-Mobile and Verizon store in the same city recently I couldn’t help but notice the customers at the Verizon stores were dressed better and seemed far more affluent. This makes sense as T-Mobile offers cheaper...

In Windows 8, Microsoft Has a Winner

Samsung has a winner with its Microsoft Windows 8 powered ATIV Smart PC Pro 700t (XE700T1C, a device which is part Ultrabook and part tablet in one. I consider it to be the perfect combination of both worlds, allowing users...

Google and Dish Were in Talks to Launch Wireless Biz

Some time back I commented on rumors of a Sprint takeover by Google and at the time many thought the idea was crazy. Fast forward a few years, tens of thousands of Android devices and a Motorola Mobility acquisition later...

Microsoft Surface Needs a Patch Already. Is it Doomed?

Microsoft, are you serious? You want to take on Apple with a tablet that needs a patch already? Microsoft Surface RT has only been available for a few weeks. I asked if this tablet endeavor was Mission Impossible on October...
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