Gemplus International S.A. is celebrating a big win today. The subscriber identity module (SIM) card supplier renewed its multi-year supply agreement with Cingular Wireless for SIM cards and was picked as a primary supplier of universal SIM (USIM) cards as well.
Toshiba Corporation, InnoPath Software, ESPN Mobile, Comverse, PCTEL, Kyocera Wireless Corporation, Coding Technologies, Telenor, palmOne, Digicel Group, Third Screen Media, WiderThan, Nokia and Research In Motion.
Who’s texting the most? Verizon Wireless claims its customers are the leaders, sending and receiving more than 5 billion TXT messages in the month of September.
Crown Castle International reported that third-quarter site rental revenue increased $26.2 million, or 17.1 percent, to $179.0 million, up from $152.8 million for the same period a year ago.
Customers increasingly are influenced by the handset when selecting a wireless service, according to a J.D. Power and Associates study.
The good news just keeps coming for some companies dabbling in the wireless space. Yesterday, navigation systems provider Navteq reported record third-quarter revenue. Its shares were trading up about 17 percent at mid-day Eastern time today.
TerreStar Networks says it has spent the last 11 months assembling an experienced management team and is now ready to roll.
Cingular Wireless, Andrew Corporation, Boingo Wireless, TriQuint Semiconductor, Fractus, foneGear, Groove Mobile, I.D. Systems, NetOp Tech and Digital Angel Corporation.
U.S. Cellular is working to catch up on its quarterly filings after announcing restatement plans last year. To that end, the company reported its first-quarter results for the period ended March 31, 2006.
A leading Wall Street analyst firm says Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless lead the pack of wireless competitors ahead of a flagging Sprint Nextel in the second quarter of 2006.
Sprint Nextel introduced Sprint Advanced Wireless Solutions, a program designed to provide business customers with an all-inclusive mobility solution. Sprint intends to act as the single point of contact for its business customers, while handling contract negotiations, and solution configuration and integration for its customers.
Vodafone is selling its stake in Belgium mobile operator Proximus. The decision to relinquish its minority stake in Proximus is in line with Vodafone's overall goal of maximizing returns, according to Vodafone.
Nokia Siemens Networks is on pace to being operational in January, according to joint venture (JV) partners Nokia and Siemens. The companies are filling additional leadership roles to ensure the start-date target is met.
Sid and Marty Kroft's classic characters from "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" and "Land of the Lost" are set to arrive on mobile phones via text messaging or online downloads.