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Contactless Smart Card Market Expected to Weather the Storm Caused by Economic Uncertainties

With Asia Pacific being a highly diverse geographic region with dissimilar market conditions, participants in the contactless smart card market should be prepared for varied reactions to the economic downturn.  more

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80% of Healthcare IT Executives Placing Increased Reliance on Mobility

More than 80 percent of global IT decision makers within the healthcare industry stated that mobile technologies are more important to their organizations today than they were in 2008, according to a recent research study commissioned by Motorola. more

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Mobile broadband to be worth $137 billion by 2014

Users of mobile broadband services will grow from 181 million in 2008 to over 2 billion in 2014, growth of 1024%, according to Ovumís latest research. more

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Survey: Mobile Sector Expects to Buck Economic Trend in 2009

New research, commissioned by OSS vendor, Comptel has found that mobile service providers are surprisingly upbeat about the mobile sector's potential in the year ahead. The research found that over half expect mobile operators to be less affected than the wider economy, more

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Ericsson Announces Plans to Cut 5,000 Jobs

Ericsson has reported that its net income for the fourth quarter fell by 31% due to restructuring costs and lower profit margins - and announced plans for a further 5,000 job cuts.  more

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Mobile security market to hit $889M in 2011, driven by backhaul and data center upgrades

Security appliances and software sold to service providers to protect their mobile networks will total $889 million in worldwide sales by 2011, says a new report from market research firm Infonetics Research. more

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Ethernet microwave spending surges as operators upgrade mobile backhaul networks

In the cutthroat mobile world, in today's economic climate it is more critical than ever that mobile operators protect their revenue and hold on to their subscribers, which is why many operators are turning to newer mobile backhaul solutions, particularly Ethernet microwave, more

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EV-DO Mobile Broadband Tops 100 Million Subscribers Worldwide

The CDMA Development Group (CDG) says that CDMA2000 and 1xEV-DO technologies have surpassed 450 million and 100 million users, respectively, worldwide. more

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Enterprises harness the power of unified communications

Unified communications has altered the way business communication takes place today. Unified communications or commonly known as UC, is a productivity tool which results in increased responsiveness and time savings. It enables to improve the way companies, individuals and groups interact, significantly. more

Related Tags: contact-center, unified-communications, email


3G to Triple Mobile Advertising in Australia This Year

The mobile advertising market in Australia is very much in its infancy with total revenues reaching just $2.5 million in 2007. However, this figure is set to grow more than 300 per cent in 2008 and be sustained into next year driven by the growing consumer take-up of 3G data services coupled with attractive campaign pricing to entice advertisers. more

Related Tags: mms, mobile-data, mobile-advertising, hutchison, display, insurance, Australia


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