Anritsu Company announces that its ME7834 Mobile Device Test Platform, BTS Master and Cell Master handheld analyzers have made the finalist list for the LTE North America Awards 2011. The test solutions are finalists in the Best Network/Device Testing Products for LTE, one of ten categories that comprise the awards.
Wind River announced that Rockwell Collins has selected Wind River’s VxWorks MILS Platform to enable its SecureOne Processor and SecureOne Guard, two of five cross domain technology building blocks that are part of a family of Rockwell Collins’ high assurance technologies for military tactical systems.
McObject brings its expertise and products for high performance, fault-tolerant data management to military and aerospace software developers at two high-profile industry events this month. McObject is an exhibitor in booth 2004 at MILCOM 2011, the premier international conference for military communications, November 8-10 in Baltimore, Maryland, and will exhibit at the MILESTONE Military Electronics Development Conference in Los Angeles on November 17.
Azzurri Communications announces the launch of ICON (Intelligent Cloud Optimised Network), its new virtual network infrastructure. At ICON’s core is highly resilient, secure and scaleable network, overlaid with a flexible platform to support application delivery, communication and collaboration. ICON’s monitoring and insight capability will also ensure customers most effectively use the bandwidth capacity they are paying for.
Hughes Network Systems announced it has been awarded a contract to provide satellite communications for an airborne solution to be utilized by a U.S. government agency for in-flight intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), including air segment, ground segment, and network management services.
NAVTEQ has been selected by Ford Motor Company to be their exclusive map supplier for the SYNC MyFord Touch. The agreement positions NAVTEQ as the map data provider for the SYNC with MyFord Touch SD-card based navigation system in North America, South America, Middle East, Russia and Europe. NAVTEQ maps powers more than 24 million in-vehicle navigation systems worldwide.
Wise Media and Mesago Messe Frankfurt announce a partnership to jointly address the growing market of automatic identification. In recognizing the pivotal role that identification of both people and objects has in addressing modern needs for security, mobility and automation, as well as IT driven innovation in general, the two companies are committed to further expand the reach of an initiative beyond its decade-long investigation and successful track record.
Apple Inc said it will release a software update to its iOS 5 operating system, acknowledging some customer complaints on the performance of the new iPhone 4S battery. "A small number of customers have reported lower-than-expected battery life on iOS 5 devices," An Apple spokesman said. "We have found a few bugs that are affecting battery life and we will release a software update to address those in a few weeks.
(Reuters) - HTC Corp said its latest smartphone, the Rezound, will be its first U.S. phone to include audio technology from Beats Electronics, a company it took control of earlier this year. The Rezound will go on sale at No. 1 U.S. mobile service Verizon Wireless on November 14 for $299.99, including a Beats branded headset.
By Foo Yun Chee (Reuters) - EU regulators are investigating whether Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc may have breached EU antitrust laws with patent infringement claims in their global legal battle over the lucrative smartphone and tablet market. The two technology companies are embroiled in more than 20 legal disputes in 10 countries.
(Reuters) - The Supreme Court for the first time will hear arguments on Tuesday on whether police need a warrant to track a suspect's vehicle with a GPS device, another clash between new surveillance technology and basic privacy rights.
They may not boast the brand status and performance of higher-end smartphones, but cheap, bottom-feeder Android phones are attractive options for those unwilling to drop big bucks on a mobile device. At least, these phones are cheap to us. The companies responsible for servicing the phones are getting the raw end of the deal, according to a recent study.
Today, OEM Worldwide, an electronic contract manufacturer specializing in printed circuit board assemblies and high-level assembly for precision products in a variety of industrial and medical applications, announced an organizational name change to Onyx EMS , as it outlines strategies for future growth.
By Mark Riffee, wired.com While hundreds of protesters in Zuccotti Park were still asleep inside tents and improvised tarpaulin shelters early Friday morning, corporations were learning about hashtags and “following” at the New York Stock Exchange’s (NYSE) first-ever social media day. New Media Strategies, a social-media-marketing consultant with a résumé that includes work for Disney and the NFL Players Union, hosted the event.
DragonWave plans to acquire Nokia Siemens Networks’ microwave transport business, including its associated operational support systems (OSS) and related support functions (the “business”). Under the terms of the “Master Acquisition Agreement” signed, as well as acquiring the business, DragonWave would also become the preferred, strategic supplier to Nokia Siemens Networks of packet microwave and related products, and the companies would jointly coordinate technology development activities.