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ODP vs. Browser

THERES A DILEMMA faced by mobile operators, their wireless dealers and, ultimately, their customers: Long-distance is essentially free, and competitive pressures are driving the rest of voice revenue toward zero margins even as the mobile network infrastructure demands another round of multibillion-dollar investment. When margins suffer, everyone suffers. Thats why reducing churn, making data plans […]

New Products: On the Airwaves

Ateksoft Upgrades WebCamera Plus Software Ateksoft Co. has introduced WebCamera Plus version 1.05, the newest edition of its software that turns any PDA or smartphone into a webcam. The latest release includes more languages; provides autostart from desktop capture applications for ActiveSync connections; and has an improved user interface and a reworked webcam driver. WebCamera […]

TnT Enhances TEMView Software

TnT Expense Management, an 8-year-old TEM company based in Connecticut, said on Monday it has upgraded its reporting application, TEMView. The software now includes reports that can be customized according to user, schedule and other parameters. TEMView further includes a patent-pending method for viewing reports and data from a wireless handheld device. That application is […]

Tekelec Jazzes Up IAS

Tekelec has upgraded its Integrated Applications Solutions (IAS), which monitors networks for the business intelligence to perform revenue assurance and performance management. The newly souped up IAS features improved modularity, increased redundancy, improved performance and better reliability, to prepare for the migration to IMS, Tekelec said. The signaling stream is going to increase a hundred-fold […]

SimpleSignal Unveils Overflow Calling Feature

SimpleSignal Inc. has unveiled its On Demand overflow calling feature for inbound and outbound business communications, which adds space instantly when capacity is reached. SimpleSignal On Demand works with any SIP-compatible IP PBX system or SIP device or with an add-on IAD device for older systems. Additional equipment maybe required depending on the system. The […]

Bumper Crop

THE BUZZ AROUND THE smartphone/PDA segment is in full bloom, fed partly by the frenzy of devices that were unveiled a few weeks ago at what is the breadbasket of the wireless world, 3GSM World Congress. The close to 51,000 people who descended on Barcelona, Spain, for wireless biggest event of the year were treated […]

ITS IN THE AIR

Jabra Unveils Wireless Headsets Wireless headset maker Jabra has unveiled the T5300 series for office workers. The Jabra T5330 is for landline phones and the Jabra T5320 is for softphones. The former provides a range of 33 feet from the base station. The latter operates on a Wi-Fi-compatible frequency of 2.4GHz and supports the Bluetooth […]

Helio Unveils Ocean Dual-Slider

Helio LLC has Introduced Ocean, calling it the first dual-slider combining a numeric keypad and a separate QWERTY keyboard in a single device. Ocean is designed to be a social networking tool, Helio said, and it merges instant, text and picture messages and e-mails from all portals, ISPs and corporate exchange servers in one location. […]

Sprint Announces WiMAX Partners, Adds Planned Markets

Sprint Nextel Corp. laid out more concrete plans for its 4G mobile WiMAX strategy at CTIA this week, unveiling device ecosystem partners. Sprint will partner to incorporate WiMAX technology in a range of computing, portable multimedia, interactive and other business and consumer electronic devices. The new partners include: Samsung will provide PC cards in both […]

Juniper Updates SBR SIM Server

Juniper Networks Inc. has added new features to its Steel-Belted Radius (SBR) SIM/AKA Server. The device authenticates users over various wireless access networks to let mobile operators extend the range and reach of their service coverage. Version 5.4 now supports the SIGTRAN (signaling transport) protocol, allowing operators with legacy authentication infrastructure to move to IP-based […]

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