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Tests Demonstrate Packet-based Backhaul Networks Can Satisfy Synchronization Requirements Under Real-world Conditions

February 16, 2012 7:08 am | Comments

Ixia announced it participated in a test of mobile backhaul packet synchronization with Alcatel-Lucent. The demonstration highlighted that the Alcatel-Lucent Mobile Backhaul Solution can maintain accurate phase synchronization and quality of service (QoS) guarantees, while undergoing test conditions related to extreme packet congestion and network failovers.

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Tribold Turns Up The Heat For Enterprise Product Management In Barcelona At Mobile World Congress 2012

February 16, 2012 5:51 am | Comments

Enterprise Product Management (EPM) market leader, Tribold is promoting EPM as one of the hottest BSS/OSS topics of 2012 to Communication Service Providers (CSPs) at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. At the event, Tribold will be discussing the wide range of benefits to CSPs through adoption of Enterprise Product Management (EPM) with executives from mobile network operators, industry press and analysts, leading systems integrators and OSS/BSS software providers.

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ip.access Announces Plans for First LTE Small Cell

February 16, 2012 5:45 am | Comments

Small cell market leader ip.access confirmed plans to build its first integrated LTE and 3G small cell. The new unit, codenamed the E-100, will be the first from ip.access to be based on the QorIQ Qonverge platform from US chip maker Freescale. The E-100 is a small cell Access Point targeted for use in enterprises and public indoor environments.

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Printed Electronics Asia Event Returns to Japan

February 15, 2012 11:23 am | Comments

IDTechEx will host the Printed Electronics Asia conference and tradeshow on October 2-3 in Tokyo, Japan. The event, part of the IDTechEx global series of events on the topic, focuses on a region that has invested more in printed electronics than any other territory. Highlights include OLED manufacture, where sales of OLED display modules exceeded $3 Billion in 2011 thanks to their use in Samsung smart phones.

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Fraunhofer IPMS Opens the Door to Wireless Gigabit-Class Communication

February 15, 2012 7:49 am | Comments

Today’s devices almost always use RF-based solutions such as WLAN or Bluetooth to communicate wirelessly. Those solutions support up to some hundred Mbit/s data rate. Currently, that is no longer sufficient for many applications and large file transfers. With this in mind, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS), Dresden, has developed an optical wireless communication (OWC) link with up to 3 Gbit/s data rate.

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MapELEMENTS' International Capabilities Previews New Features At Mobile World Congress

February 15, 2012 7:07 am | Comments

American Roamer has big plans for Mobile World Congress, where it will unveil a new corporate name and branding strategy. In addition, American Roamer announces today new features and international components to MapELEMENTS, which it will demonstrate at Mobile World Congress (Hall 2.0, Booth #2D26).

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Spirent Selected to Test Antenna Implementations for LTE-Advanced and TD-LTE in Asia

February 15, 2012 6:59 am | Comments

Spirent Communications announced that several leading companies and government research organizations in the Asia Pacific region are using the Spirent VR5 HD Spatial Channel Emulator to test implementations of advanced MIMO beamforming. The Spirent VR5 emulates real-world radio conditions and identifies potential pitfalls of the antenna design in the mobile device before deployment.

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4 Unique Ways to Generate Renewable Energy

February 15, 2012 6:46 am | Comments

Finding sources of renewable energy is a growing challenge for the modern world. As we strive for energy efficiency and sustainable resources, avenues are opening up for different and exciting ways to power our lifestyles. Companies across the globe are harnessing the potential of renewable energies, including solar and geothermal methods.

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Mobile Broadband Will Act as a Strategic Disruptor in 2012, Says Ovum

February 15, 2012 5:16 am | Comments

Emerging market operators will continue to experience strong connections growth in 2012. Mobile broadband will be the main driver of this growth, but it will also act as a strategic disruptor, finds Ovum. In a new report, the independent telecoms analyst firm states that emerging market operators will continue to see double digit mobile connections growth in 2012.

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Hertz First to Trial Wireless EV Recharging

February 14, 2012 7:08 am | Comments

The Hertz Corporation and Hertz Global EV are implementing the first wireless charging system for electric vehicles (EVs) in the car rental industry. Hertz has the most diverse fleet of EVs for both rental and carshare. "Hertz is committed to its Global EV program, introducing electric vehicles into our rental fleet on three continents – North America, Asia and Europe," commented Mark P.

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NewNet Announces its Plans for WiMAX Business

February 14, 2012 6:20 am | Comments

NewNet Communication Technologies announced its plans to evolve the WiMAX product portfolio to increase market penetration in existing segments and address additional untapped market verticals. The company also announced that the WiMAX product portfolio will form the basis of a new Telecom Infrastructure Business Unit to be led by Scott Morrison, formerly of the Nokia Siemens Networks WiMAX team.

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Shop Right Off The Subway Wall With PayPal

February 13, 2012 11:23 am | Comments

Online payment service company PayPal is is trialing a new mobile shopping initiative that allows customers to point and purchase using QR codes. PayPal has created catalog ‘mobile shopping walls’ in 15 metro stations in Singapore. The large display features Valentine’s Day offers from eight participating retailers.

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Product Packaging May Talk to You Someday

February 13, 2012 10:07 am | by Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor | Comments

Wireless NFC-based applications may one day make life easier for the visually impaired. In the study, touching an info code on a product's packaging with a smartphone resulted in product information being wirelessly sent to the phone to be heard by the user. Another application provides spoken dosage instructions for medication.

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New TI Chip Could Spread NFC in Smartphones

February 13, 2012 10:02 am | by Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor | Comments

NFC, a wireless technology mostly used for mobile payments, hasn't taken off in the United States. It's available in a few phones, but banks and carriers are dickering over payment services, and phone makers such as Motorola have said they don't want to implement an expensive new feature without knowing it will be used.

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Wireless Tech Research Lab Makes Waves

February 13, 2012 9:55 am | Comments

An electronic engineering laboratory at City University is making huge strides in research on wireless communication technology. With private funding and government support, its engineers are trying to find ways to boost already superfast speeds of broadband connectivity and improve network coverage.

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