Time and frequency synchronization are surprisingly crucial to mobile service providers' Internet Protocol/Call Detail Record (IIP/CDR) reconciliation, at the heart of billing and logging services.
Sprint recently announced an initiative called “Sprint Care Consistency” with the purpose of building a consistent foundation for customer care operations.
The market thus far has overlooked the opportunity to apply unlicensed mobile access’ (UMA) proven consumer architecture to certain types of business
Another mobile technology company gets millions of dollars of venture capital to help launch its cool new site or application.
It has never before been clearer that we are all at risk each day due to developments in computing technology.
Remember Peter Adderton, the helicopter-flying guy who was at the top of Amp’d Mobile before it went out in a blaze of fire? He’s still in the mobile industry, but he isn’t dealing with myriad venture capitalists and he isn’t trying to figure out how to run a company
Patent Parasites: During the last 12 months, you couldn’t open the trades without reading another story about a newly filed lawsuit for patent infringement between various IP holders and perceived infringers.
Mobile WiMAX players had hoped to capitalize on technology capabilities and time-to-market. As time goes by, it seems possible that the once-perceived dominance is evaporating.
Mobile Web browsers are falling into two camps – those that connect directly to the Internet, as on a PC, and those that filter through carrier-controlled proxy servers. Each approach has pros and cons.
When the concept of using wireless networks for provision of commercial packet data services was first addressed 15 years ago, the generally held belief was that wireless data networks would be designed and engineered in much the same way as voice networks.
Contrary to most news reports, the new 3G iPhone from Apple is no cheaper than its predecessor. Higher monthly service fees and a significantly lower manufacturing cost will lift overall profitability per subscriber.
Apple’s iPhone is far from and probably never will be the mobile market leader in unit sales. Nor does it have the industry’s most impressive raw specifications, the lowest price or the widest carrier availability. In the latest version, iPhone 3G, users still can’t cut-and-paste.
In the unique mobile ecosystem known as Japan, 85% of mobile phones have Flash Lite in them. That’s not the case for the rest of the world, but several events are conspiring to change that.
It started in Barcelona. Perhaps before, but Barcelona is where people starting taking it seriously. WiMAX and LTE, together as a happy family of technologies living together in harmony.