The CDMA Development Group has been pumping out an inordinate number of press releases this summer, most of them hailing different milestones cdma2000 has reached in various markets or advances in the air interface.
On a global basis, semiconductor sales increased 8.1 percent year-over-year to $19.6 billion during the month of April, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported today.
There is no sign the MVNO market will wane anytime soon, according to new research that indicates there are already 213 active MVNOs worldwide and 34 more are either ready to launch or have stated an intention to do so.
Thanks to a newly signed agreement with AIG Technologies, Cisco Systems' enterprise customer install base of wireless access points (APs) has topped 3 million wireless.
Seven, Symbian, Nokia, Verizon Wireless, Rocket Mobile, 9 Squared, Alltel, Cellular South, Centennial Puerto Rico, Midwest Wireless, Cricket, Cingular Wireless, MobilePro Corporation, AboCom, Staccato Communications and Sprint Nextel.
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A new research report from the analysis firm Berg Insight forecasts that shipments of handset-based personal navigation solutions in the United States and Europe will reach 12 million units by 2009. In 2005, about 1 million units were shipped. Handset-based personal navigation solutions are expected to grow by 86 percent year-on-year.
AeroComm has introduced the ZB2430 "ZigBee Your Way" transceiver. Based on the Texas Instruments (TI) 802.15.4 System-on-Chip and Z-Stack technology, ZB2430 provides OEMs with improved wireless performance in the areas of power consumption, integration, range, features and functionality.
Hypertag, a company that uses Bluetooth technology to make poster advertising campaigns interactive, has introduced a new generation of its content server technology. The new hardware allows the current PC server to be replaced with a small embedded system containing an array of Bluetooth subsystems, each running in hostless mode.
LAS VEGAS - More than 800 TV producers, content providers, wireless carriers and mobile TV startups filled a ballroom at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center here yesterday to learn more about wireless entertainment and the mobile TV opportunity at the NATPE Mobile ++ conference hosted by iHollywood Forum.