FirstNews Briefs: Xamarin, Samsung, mopay, Deutsche Telekom, Wi-Sun Alliance, RADWIN
Xamarin, a provider of mobile application development solutions, today announced a new collaboration with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. to enable enterprise developers to integrate Samsung’s mobile security platform, KNOX, into Xamarin mobile applications. This will enable enterprises to deploy and secure Xamarin-based mobile applications on the Samsung KNOX-enabled mobile devices.
mopay, a global provider of payment solutions for online merchants, today announced a carrier billing partnership with Deutsche Telekom. The agreement will allow mopay to connect directly to Telekom’s international payment hub, Service Delivery Platform (SDP). Through this direct access, 14 markets and 142 million mobile customers will have access to the mopay payment experience.
The Wi-SUN Alliance and the HomePlug Alliance today announced a liaison agreement to facilitate collaboration toward the goal of enabling hybrid smart grid networks supporting both wireless (RF) and powerline-wired connectivity (PLC). This relationship will empower the member companies of both alliances to share requirements and specifications for Media Access Control (MAC) and transport layer profiles to facilitate interoperability of Internet Protocol (IP)-based smart grid applications.
RADWIN today announced the release of its new Vehicular Mobile Unit (VMU), part of the FiberinMotion portfolio. VMU is especially designed for vehicle installations, enabling high-speed video, voice and data transmission for vehicles on the move. Delivering capacity of up to 50Mbps, the ruggedized VMU supports vehicle speeds of up to 250 Km/155 miles/h and provides long range coverage of up to 10 km/6 miles.
Sub10 Systems, providers of millimeter wave wireless bridges, has signed a distribution agreement with Alcoma. The partnership will enable Alcoma’ partners and customers to benefit from Sub10’s complete wireless ethernet bridge range.