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LTE Worth $70B in Revenue, if the Price is Right

With major operators like AT&T Inc. and Vodafone plc having announced plans to use LTE as their 4G mobile broadband deployments, the potential for data-centric revenue is snowballing, according to Juniper Research. Juniper says it will exceed $70 billion globally by 2014—but only if carriers don’t get greedy in subscription fees. The main reason for […]

Juniper Unveils Adaptive Threat Management Solutions

Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR) has introduced Juniper Networks Adaptive Threat Management Solutions, what it says is the industry’s first open solution set that provides real-time threat defense with network-wide visibility and control at scale to reduce risk and increase productivity, all while significantly reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). Based on a dynamic, open security infrastructure, […]

Verizon Business Announces Managed Security Offering

Verizon Business has released a unified threat management (UTM) offering, where it will monitor and manage a range of products that combine numerous security functions into a single piece of equipment. The offering is available in the United States and in many countries in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. UTM is aimed at mid-sized businesses […]

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 […]

Juniper Addresses Service Providers Operational Issues

Theres a lot of exciting talk and flashy demos relating to Ethernet, IPTV and other technologies and services this week at TelecomNEXT. So, as is often the case, it is easy to let boring stuff like operational costs get pushed to the back of bus. But OAM&P is a major concern for service providers, so […]

Avaya Gets “Smart”

Posted: 06/2005 Avaya Gets “Smart” By Kelly M. Teal Avaya Inc. is expanding its leading market presence by getting into the software and Web services arenas, and partnering with more than 140 companies, including systems integrators, alliance partners, consultants, and independent hardware and software firms that are supporting the company’s interoperable, multivendor approach to socalled […]

Feed Me!

Stay in touch with your own personal nutrition coach at all times with MyFoodPhone, the first camera-phone Web-based system that includes personalized dietary advice from Registered Dietitians. Now available in New York, MyFoodPhone is simple to use. “You take pictures of what you eat with your camera phone and they get sent automatically to your […]

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