VMware and Jasper collaborate to boost IoT for enterprise

VMware and Jasper collaborate to accelerate IoT advancement

VMware and Jasper have announced a collaborative effort to bring adoption of internet of things (IoT) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) technologies to enterprise customers. The joint effort, announced at Cisco’s IoT World Forum, is intended to enable the deployment, monitoring, management and security of connected enterprise devices across IoT platforms.

VP mobile broadband, Reliance Communications, India: “Devices are the most important lever to grow broadband penetration in India”

Manu Khera, vice president of mobile broadband at Reliance Communications, India

Manu Khera, vice president of mobile broadband at Reliance Communications, India is speaking on in the Mobile broadband track on Day Two of the Broadband World Forum, taking place on the 22nd – 24th October 2013 at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, Amsterdam. Ahead of the show we get his insight into some of the key challenges in deploying broadband in India.

RIM to refocus on enterprise, says CEO

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins said he had conducted a "personal reality check" on the company

Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins has outlined a strategic overhaul of the Canadian device vendor aimed at refocusing the company on its enterprise service roots. But he conceded simultaneously that many of the firm’s traditional strengths are no longer valued as highly as they once were by its customer base.

First Mirasol-enabled device on sale in South Korea

Kyobo's Mirasol-enabled e-reader

An E-reader launched by South Korea’s largest book retailer, Kyobo, has become the first device featuring a Qualcomm-produced colour Mirasol screen to go on sale. Mirasol display technology, developed by wholly owned subsidiary Qualcomm MEMS, offers significant reductions in screen power consumption, as well as improved visibility in daylight.

LTE devices on the up as eco-system grows

The number of LTE devices has increased by 155 per cent to 161 says GSA report

The LTE device eco-system has seen a 155 per cent rise in model numbers over the last six months, a report from the GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) has revealed. The GSA’s latest “Evolution to LTE” report shows that a total of 45 manufacturers are now producing a total of 161 LTE-enabled devices, an increase of 64 per cent since the last report in March 2011.

AT&T unveils first LTE terminal devices

AT&T has revealed its LTE devices ahead of its actual network launch

AT&T, the US network operator, has revealed the first devices that will be available for its forthcoming LTE network; a USB dongle and a mobile hotspot device.

Wherever you may roam

Wherever you may roam

WiMAX community targets maximum coverage

Issue 03 April 2008


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