FirstNews Briefs: Anritsu, StickNFind, Samsung, Verizon
Anritsu Company announces its MS2830A Spectrum Analyzer/Signal Analyzer is now compatible with the Monics satellite carrier monitoring system from SAT Corporation. A new driver enables the MS2830A to be integrated into the Monics enterprise networked carrier monitoring system used by government agencies, satellite operators, satellite service providers, and telecommunications companies.
StickNFind announced the inclusion of its new Enterprise Beacon into the Samsung Solutions Exchange, a partner program that helps companies in mobile to develop and deliver mobile solutions. The Enterprise Beacon features indoor tracking and inventory management features. StickNFind is the first partner to support Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons on Samsung devices. This partnership accelerates StickNFind’s goal of assisting Enterprises in integrating Bluetooth solutions through both Android and iOS devices.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has added new features to its cloud-based Mobile Workforce Manager solution and signed a resale agreement with MobileIron, a global provider of enterprise mobility management. Now available to medium and large organizations in 30 countries and territories in Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas, Mobile Workforce Manager also offers local billing, currency and support options. The new features include: secure workspace for supporting 'Bring Your Own Laptop,' expanded control for managing mobile applications and a simplified user portal.
Verizon Wireless is to deploy Alcatel-Lucent's data management platform throughout its network, helping to support the carrier's LTE expansion. The Alcatel-Lucent Subscriber Data Manager (SDM), part of the company's IMS Subsystem portfolio of technologies, will help support the expansion of Verizon's LTE services by centralizing multiple application databases.