Fabless semiconductor company Sequoia Communications is coming out of stealth mode with what it promises will be a powerful punch for handset makers. The San Diego-based company says it has developed a single-chip, multimode WEDGE RF transceiver.
Motorola is launching Motorola Applications Hosting Services geared specifically to enable network operators and MVNOs to launch new subscriber services more quickly.
Broadcom Corporation introduced a new single-chip mobile VoIP processor designed with Wi-Fi phones in mind. Broadcom is already offering the VoIP processor commercially.
Siemens plans to shed 2,400 jobs in Germany over the next two years as it continues to push forward with its "Fit4More" program announced in April. Separately, BenQ, which is acquiring Siemens' mobile phone unit, reached an accord with Siemens workers based in Germany.
Qualcomm, Nordisk Mobiltelefon, Alvarion, Freescale Semiconductor, Jabra, Cingular Wireless, Motorola, Spansion, Atheros Communications, Digital Chocolate, PMC-Sierra, Aventail, LightPointe, Telindus and Trapeze Networks.
With the Sprint Nextel merger complete, company executives are now gearing up for real work at hand -- the integration of the two companies. Executive Chairman Tim Donahue, President and CEO Gary Forsee and others met with the media this morning in New York and gave a few hints about what is ahead.
VeriSign announced three universities are taking its VeriSign Wireless IP Connect Service for a test spin. The solution is designed to enable users to seamlessly switch from a traditional cellular to a Wi-Fi network.
In time for this year's football season, Verizon Wireless announced sponsorships of 13 professional football teams, which will translate into "inside-looks" and more for its customers. Madden NFL 06 also is now available to Get It Now customers.
Cisco Systems, Boingo Wireless, WideNet, Cingular Wireless, Bluesocket, Jamdat Mobile, Vodafone, O2, T-Mobile, Telefonica, U.S. Wireless Online, Skyline Broadband, Telefonica Moviles, Portal Software, General Bandwidth and Relm Wireless Corporation.
Handmark, Zagat Survey, JumpTap, ZigBee Alliance, MaxStream, NEC Engineering, S3C, Software Technologies Group, LitePoint, DragonWave, Arc Wireless Solutions, Handango, Symbol Technologies, GIST Communications and JBM Electronics.
Brightstar received an influx of funds to the tune of $50 million, thanks to an investment made by its partner Mitsui & Company. The companies are already working together in Australia, with an emphasis on growing in the Asia-Pacific region.
Einstein Wireless, CellCast Communications, SouthernLINC Wireless, Western Union, Cingular Wireless, Gameloft, Smart City, Bluesocket, Cisco Systems, Wayport, L-3 Communications, Nova Engineering, Wherify Wireless and Telbios.
Sprint Nextel is expanding the reach of its data roaming capabilities through two new international agreements, one with Bell Canada and another with Iusacell in Mexico. Separately, Sprint unveiled an exclusive music series that will get up close and personal with artists.
Not everyone goes to work with a song in their heart. But for Gene Wang, CEO of Bitfone, he could literally break out in song at any moment. That's because Wang enjoys writing songs, both for children and adults, as well as playing the flute and saxophone. On the Colors of Jazz CD with his Southern California band OC Jazz, he sings the last song, titled Father and Friend, dedicated to his ol
The European cordless telephone system known as DECT, or Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications, is headed to the United States, aiming to provide voice services for PBX systems in small- to medium-sized enterprises. DECT (the "E" used to stand for European) is a cellular telecommunications system but with small cell sizes with a radius of 300 feet or less.