First News Briefs: NQ Mobile, Sprint, AT&T, Net Element, Aruba Networks
NQ Mobile, a global provider of mobile Internet services, and Sprint have signed a definitive agreement for NQ Mobile to collaborate and deliver the next generation of Sprint ID, powered by NQ Live, on all new Sprint Android-powered smartphones in the U.S. market later this year. NQ Live is an "always-on" replacement for the wallpaper on an Android device. It delivers content and functionality to the device's home screen.
AT&T today announced that NBCUniversal has selected AT&T to provide networking solutions to deliver high-definition coverage of the Sochi Olympic Winter Games. AT&T’s networking services will allow NBC Universal to share content across multiple screens and devices.
Net Element, Inc., a group specializing in mobile payments and value-added transactional services in emerging countries and in the United States, today announced that Aptito, LLC has achieved Visa Ready status for their mPOS solution. Aptito helps restaurants drive consumer engagement via tablet, mobile and all other cloud-connected devices.
Aruba Networks, Inc., a provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise, today announced that the Oyster River Cooperative School District (ORCSD), a K-12 school district serving the contiguous communities of Durham, Lee and Madbury in New Hampshire, is deploying a unified wired and wireless access network based on Aruba’s Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture.