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Neustar Aims to Make Mobile App Development Easier

With over half a million apps in the Apple App Store alone one might argue that developers have all the tools they have to develop compelling applications but what if there was a way to take traditional apps and integrate...

VSS Monitoring Switching Fabric to Reduce Carrier OPEX and CAPEX

A major cost to carriers the CAPEX and OPEX associated with network monitoring and test equipment. Andy Huckridge of VSS Monitoring explains carriers spend up to $300,000 dollars on this test equipment and yet they only use the devices at...

Volubill Helps Carriers Deliver Enhanced Wireless Services

The FCC has a web page dedicated to bill shock and encourages wireless users who haven’t achieved a successful resolution with their wireless carrier to call and complain. The same page explains one in six users has at one time...

Taqua Leverages WiFi, Introduces Backhaul Product at MWC 2012

Taqua has a made a name for itself serving carriers of all sizes with products like the T7000 for wireless and wireline switching, the T7100 for media management, trunking and peering as well as the TCS6100 for small cell and...

Ubidyne Shows Active Antennas Help Optimize 4G LTE

One of the biggest challenges facing the communications industry is lack of wireless spectrum. Wireless carriers are already struggling to keep up with users who download more and more content with ever-faster devices sporting more processors and higher-resolution screens. Just...

AirWatch Highlights MDM in a Post-PC Era

Yesterday Apple CEO Tim Cook showed a chart of how the iPad alone is selling more unites than PCs from any other individual vendor. This is an amazing achievement when you consider the iPad is a few years old and...

How Aricent Group Enables Rapid LTE Adoption

One of the most important companies in the wireless space you may never have heard of is Aricent Group, the product engineering, carrier services and design company which renamed itself last year by combining Aricent and frog (formerly Frog Design)....

How to set your Continent on Fire, Listen to Europe

Last week I mentioned that it is quite hypocritical for people clad in Chinese clothes and buying most of their products from China to single out Apple for manufacturing in the country. After all, if you are upset Chinese working...

Metaswitch Thrutu iPhone App Lets Carriers Become Social Hubs

Earlier this year I came across Thrutu from Metaswitch newtorks - an application development platform allowing carriers to leverage rich social features and provide them as services to customers. In short, this is the exact sort of solution wireless phone...

Speed Freak: Alcatel-Lucent FPE 400 Gbps Network Processor

Alcatel-Lucent has just released the world's fastest network processor the FPE at 400 Gbps which uses half the power and ups transmission speed by a factor of four meaning service providers now have the ability to provide faster connections to...

Skype, the Carrier's Friend?

There are people who believe the Microsoft acquisition of Skype will make Redmond's relationship with carriers much worse but the leading internet telephony software company has been making steady progress wooing carriers. Years back at the CTIA show in Las...

ITEXPO East 2011 Tues, Feb 1, SIP Trunking, Cloud Computing & More

Be sure to get to ITEXPO on Tuesday, February 1st to take advantage of what has shaped up to be a great pre-conference day of networking and learning about communications and technology. First up us Ingate's SIP Trunking Workshop at...

New Service Provider SIP Trunking Workshop at ITEXPO East 2011

I just learned about a new pre-conference workshop at ITEXPO: Making the Case for SIP Trunking and Unified Communications. Expect the free session presented by Ingate and their partners to focus on minimizing deployment costs and maximizing revenue. This half-day...

Net Neutrality: More Unintended Consequences

What if the FCC could force FedEx and UPS to charge the same rates for delivery regardless of how many days it takes to get a package delivered and/or the weight of a package? Stairway to Trouble A large tech...

Tehrani at Dialogic Connections in Budapest

Next week I'll be in Budapest, Hungary at the Dialogic Connections event where I look forward to being involved as an interviewer and learning more about what the company is up to. I look forward to seeing many of you...

Smart SMS the Future of Advertising?

It is no secret that technology is moving the world from being relaxed to real-time  and companies more than ever need to be able to turn on a  dime to be competitive. But while industries have increased their speed, offline...

Metaswitch Forum 2010 CTO Show

Federating and aggregation are key to carriers looking to compete in the new world was a message from the Metaswitch Forum this morning during the CTO Show presentation. Andy Randall, senior vice president of marketing and business development, sets the...

Genband Perspective 2010

I just came from an evening dinner at the Genband Perspective 2010 event and the goal of the gathering is to communicate what the company stands for and what direction they are going in. With a number of acquisitions and...

Off to Genband, Metaswitch then ITEXPO Events

September is here and so is conference season as I head to Genband Perspective in Texas and then Metaswitch Forum in Orlando, FL. Genband has been on a tear recently with acquisitions in numerous categories as well as organic growth....

Dialogic and Veraz Merge

Dialogic and Veraz Networks just announced their intent to merge and the news has many implications for the numerous markets the companies play in. Nick Jensen, CEO of Dialogic had this to say about the merger, "By combining Dialogic's proven...

Our WiFi Future

For years, the tech industry tried to kill Ethernet with newer and more innovative technologies but Ethernet kept evolving to meet and exceed the challenge. In fact now the replacement of T1s and T3s with Ethernet is common. Although not...

Supercomm Dies, What it Means to Carriers, The Industry

Last week, Doug Mohney had the big scoop that Supercomm will be cancelled - he blogged it as a rumor which was subsequently confirmed by the TIA and USTelecom today. As a show organizer myself I get a lot of...

How DSM Desotech's UV Curing Coatings Tackle Fiber Optic Microbending

Bandwidth Tsunami, have you heard of it? I received an email which said this recently from a close relative. Heard of it I answered, sure - telepresence, YouTube, video conferencing HD video streaming, p2p sharing networks, 3D TV, yep, one...

ZyXEL Helps Carriers go Upmarket

On my recent trips to California and Chicago I got to spend some time catching up with ZyXEL, a company providing a wide variety of products which are in the ADSL, fiber and numerous other areas such 802.11n gateways and...

Google Maps Navigation Analysis

As Om Malik points out, turn-by-turn GPS navigation with voice guidance has come to Google Maps and carriers can't be happy about it. Who is even less happy? TomTom and Garmin. According to Google, less than 1% of navigation devices...
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