First News Briefs for February 15, 2013
Nokia Siemens Networks is launching a suite of products and services to help operators cut through the growing complexity of running mobile broadband networks. The new products and services are required as operators expand 3G networks, roll out LTE and deploy small cells.
Iconectiv is the newly branded name for the former Telcordia interconnection business. It will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ericsson. The iconectiv portfolio includes a number portability clearinghouses, mobile messaging services, anti-theft device registries, spectrum management databases as well as the Common Language product line.
O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. is announcing its plans to attend Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona to internationally launch the its officially branded mobile phones and tablets. he company will have distribution rights for the entire line in the eastern U.S., Caribbean, Central and northern South America.
Vivint, a home automation services company in North America, today announced the creation of the Vivint Innovation Center. The Center, and the employees located there, will focus efforts on building the next generation of products and technology for the company. All technologies developed will be vertically integrated into the company’s solutions in home automation, energy management, home security and solar energy.