First News Briefs for February 8, 2013
Tata Communications today announces the expansion of its managed services for mobile network operators. Building on its portfolio of mobile services, the company has introduced two new solutions – the Virtual Private Roaming Hub which consolidates roaming operations and the LTE Roaming Service to streamline roaming for 4G networks. Tata Communications is also launching the Managed SMS Firewall to protect MNOs and consumers against mobile spam.
PubNub, a global network for real-time data, released the public beta of its Mobile Push Notification Service, which adds offline mobile notifications to the company’s real-time messaging services. The same PubNub API, already delivering quarter second real-time data delivery while apps are online, will silently fall back to mobile push notifications when a device is offline.
Toshiba Corporation today announced it has started sample shipments of a 64GB embedded NAND flash memory module equipped with a UFS I/F. The module is fully compliant with the JEDEC UFS Ver.1.1 standard and is designed for application in a wide range of digital consumer products, including smartphones and tablet PCs.
ASAP Systems, a provider of inventory management and asset tracking systems, announced an integration with Box to help businesses and organizations of all types to track inventory or fixed assets. Using ASAP Systems' web-based application, ASAP BarCloud, businesses have a way to track and manage all their inventory and asset information in one place, and they can access that information on any platform. By leveraging Box's secure content sharing platform, ASAP customers can also backup their data, ensuring it's protected.