First News Briefs: Anritsu, BlackBerry, Shazam, Aereo
Anritsu Corporation has announced its first LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) Carrier Aggregation (CA) test case submissions to RAN 5, demonstrating a strength in protocol conformance that extends across current 2G, 3G, and leading-edge LTE technology. This follows its recent validating RF conformance test cases for CA in PTCRB. RAN 5 verification paves the way for protocol test validations and the inclusion of this technology in GCF and PTCRB certification.
BlackBerry today announced the latest group of enterprises that have invested in the BlackBerry 10 platform and installed BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 as part of their mobility infrastructure. Whirlpool Corporation and BDO Canada support their complex security and enterprise mobility management (EMM) requirements by adopting BlackBerry 10 as their core business tool for their mobile workforce.
Shazam today announced the launch of the latest version of the Shazam App for Windows Phone 8. Windows 3.5 boasts an innovative user interface and features including the industry’s fastest tagging, local tags and tagging from the home screen, along with other features.
Aereo, today announced plans to launch its online television technology in the Chicagoland area on September 13, continuing the company’s nationwide rollout. The expansion to Chicago will cover 16 counties across Illinois and Indiana. Aereo’s technology is currently available to consumers residing in the New York City, Boston and Atlanta designated market areas (DMA). Aereo’s CEO and Founder, Chet Kanojia, will make the announcement today during a main stage Q&A at TechWeek Chicago, the annual technology summit held at Chicago’s famed Merchandise Mart.