FirstNews Briefs: Alcatel-Lucent, Nexmo, D-Link, Telit, Text2Valet
Alcatel-Lucent and Outremer Telecom, a subsidiary of Altice, to offer for in France a project linking 4G LTE and cable by deploying a 4G LTE ultra-broadband access network in French Guiana, in the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe in the French West Indies, as well as in the islands of Reunion and Mayotte in the Indian Ocean.
Nexmo, a company that enables enterprises and developers to communicate via cloud services with any phone globally, today announced that it has partnered with Three, a mobile network in the United Kingdom, to further strengthen Nexmo’s messaging and delivery capabilities worldwide.
D-Link Systems Inc., a networking solutions provider for small business and medium enterprise IT environments, today announced its latest generation of SmartPro switches – DGS-1510 Series – with available 16, 24 or 48 port models. With 10 Gigabit port connectivity, these new switches are for deployment in SMB core environments, providing scalable and modular interconnections between core and edge switches.
Telit Wireless Solutions and DCS Solutions announced that DCS is to utilize a wireless cellular printer that employs Telit’s 800/1900 MHz CDMA/1xRTT CC864-DUAL module in its parking solution. Text2Valet is a communications solution for businesses that operate a vehicle valet service. Customers are not required to download any type of app onto their mobile phones; instead, they use their own SMS functionality, making the service available even to non-smart phones.