For RCS to be a success, operators need to address the security of the channel from the outset, ensuring that spam or malicious messages are stopped before they get to the subscribers.
To co-exist and thrive in the TV Everywhere (TVE) ecosystem of the future, service providers must work hand-in-hand with content owners to satisfy consumers’ expectations and build a differentiated service model based on the demand for access to content on any device and at any time.
As wireless operators migrate to modern networks that are handling significantly higher bandwidth and traffic, improved network intelligence moves from being a competitive advantage to becoming mandatory for efficient management and adequate quality of service.
The wired Internet has content delivery networks – now’s the time to look at what will work with wireless data.
There are a few things that can make a huge difference when marketing your business with a mobile app.
Any IT executive who hasn’t spent the past few years living in a cave knows the truth: The integration of personal mobile technology into the workplace is happening, and nothing is going to stop it.
If you can't beat ’em, join ’em. Why operators need to get closer to their ARPU eaters.
With China Mobile sent back to the bench, does that mean TD-LTE is out of the running? Not by a long shot.
Cathal McGloin, CEO of FeedHenry, an Irish company that makes an enterprise grade mobile software platform, sat down with Wireless Week to talk about how a new software distribution model (app stores), a BYOD culture and the cloud have combined
Take out your phone and try to put a text through to 911. Unless you’re in Iowa or a single city in North Carolina, it won’t go anywhere.
A well-coordinated finance and engineering partnership can help navigate wireless technology complexities by developing a predictive financial model analysis to ensure that cost, scalability and technical viability are accurately modeled...
Mobile device manufacturers are churning out products that can squeeze more and more bits per hertz from the spectrum, and consumers are buying them by the millions, often resulting in overloaded networks and sluggish or interrupted service.
Here are some scenes from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain ...
The LTE-capable Galaxy Note for AT&T comes running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), which Samsung says will be upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich, and packs a whopping 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. The battery is one of the larger ones on the market...
Unfortunately, many of today's most popular mobile phones and tablets weren't designed from the start as business tools and therefore do not offer the level of security comparable to present-day desktop and laptop computers.