Smart Wi-Fi technology provider Ruckus Wireless has secured $16 million in new funding. The round was led by Motorola Ventures, Motorola's investing arm.
Trapeze Networks is adding intelligent switching to the wireless LAN (WLAN) with the introduction of its Smart Mobile software, which gives switches and access points (APs) the ability to negotiate the best path to take in handling various types of wireless traffic.
Rave Wireless is teaming with Microsoft to make wireless more accessible on college campuses. The companies announced a partnership that will focus on the delivery of campus-specific information over Windows Mobile devices.
Cingular Wireless, Verizon Wireless, Ingenio, Microsoft, Aruba Networks, Siemens Networks, SwissQual, ViVOtech, Obopay, SkyTerra Communications, BCE, Mobile Satellite Ventures, Hand Held Products, Zebra Technologies, Credant Technologies, Notify Technology Corporation, Research In Motion and PeopleCube.
Sprint is putting more information in the palm of its customers' hands, with the introduction of a new mobile search service powered by InfoSpace.
Motricity aims to power the mobile Internet with the introduction of its Fuel 5 Portal and Storefront. Alltel has signed on as an initial customer.
Clickatell believes the U.S. market is ripe for mobile messaging. With this in mind, the company has snapped up MultiMode and relocated its corporate headquarters to the United States.
Mobile solutions provider Defywire settled its year-old lawsuit with webMethods. The companies did not reveal the terms of the settlement.
A host of companies are introducing products in support of 1X EV-DO Revision A technology. The latest: AirWalk Communications is making a commitment to Rev. A, while Novatel Wireless is offering updates on its Rev. A PC card.
Xora, a location-based services (LBS) solutions provider with Sprint Nextel, is branching out. The company says its TimeTrack is now available on Telstra’s new 3G 850 MHz Next G network in Australia.
Nokia, Oracle, VeriSign, AOL, Dada S.p.A, Tipic, Nortel, Boost Mobile, AirG, Qualcomm, Gemalto, T-Mobile Czech Republic, TeliaSonera International, Actix, VeriFone Holdings, Venturi Wireless, Fox Mobile Entertainment, ACE*COMM, WiQuest Communications, Cardo Systems and Atheros Communications.
MIAMI--Ten years after CDMA technology first made its debut in Hong Kong, wireless operators are now planning for the next iteration in their migration path -- 1X EV-DO Release A. At the 3G CDMA Americas Congress keynote session here this morning, executives from three large CDMA operators -- KDDI, SK Telecom and Sprint Nextel -- touted their successes and hinted at their future plans.
Looking to comply with regulators' divestiture requirements in the Western Wireless buy, Alltel Corporation is swapping 850 MHz of spectrum with U.S. Cellular.