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Wireless Carrier Strategies and Growth Opportunities in Mobile Business-to-Employee (B2E) Apps

NEW YORK , Oct. In North America , wireless carriers continue to act as a major channel for promoting and reselling mobile business-to-employee (B2E) software applications. In fact, these mobile B2E apps have evolved to become a key strategic offering in wireless carrier portfolios. Carriers assume that the sale of these mobile worker apps will open up increased opportunities to sell their more profitable core and adjacent services, such as new voice communications products, managed services, etc. However, while overall mobile B2E app deployments are on a strong growth trajectory in the U.S. and Canada , challenges for carriers persist.

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These include a weakening in the carriers’ popularity as a mobile apps partner in today’s business sector. This study examines U.S. and Canadian carrier strategies, challenges, and portfolios. Key market trends and issues, the competitive landscape, and potential growth opportunities are discussed. Survey results regarding North American business preferences, plans, and demand for mobile worker apps and wireless carrier partners are also charted and analyzed.

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Smartphone Apps Processor Growth Lifts Broadcom, MediaTek and ST-Ericsson

Qualcomm maintained its dominance in the smartphone applications processor market with 48 percent revenue share in 1H 2012. However, the applications processor market saw the most intense competition yet during this period. Click here for more.


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Over Half of US Smartphone Owners Using TV-Related Apps Monthly

New research shows mobile consumption of video is driving usage of TV apps, with 55% of U.S. smartphone owners and 61% of tablet owners using a TV-related app at least once a month. Click here for more.


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Customised apps are key to gaining value from tablets in the enterprise

With Ovum forecasts showing that there will be in excess of 235 million tablets in circulation by 2016, the topic of “bring/buy your own device” (BYOD) will continue to be debated within business circles. Click here for more.


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Apdata migra para a nuvem com Amazon Web Services e Google Apps

Torre de celular (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Apdata migra para a nuvem com Amazon Web Services e Google Apps
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Cursos Profissionais em Telecomunicações, Redes, TV, TV por Assinatura, OTT e APPs

A Rede Planeta Celular / Cineplaneta destaca os cursos da sua grande parceira a Unisat.com.br.

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Kofax Launches Platform to Enable Development of Mobile Capture Apps

USA based Kofax says that it has launched two new frameworks for mobile bill pay and mobile check deposit apps. Click here for more.


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Flash Courier contrata Dedalus para projeto Google Apps

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Manage the Apps, Manage Your Network

As all operators are only too painfully aware, meeting demand for mobile bandwidth costs money. Operators are constantly looking for effective ways to optimize bandwidth while ensuring that customers are satisfied. It’s a tough balancing act — often it’s the most popular applications that are the most draining on network resources.

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Orange helps Renault develop LTE apps for cars

Orange has rolled out LTE connectivity at Renault’s research and testing facilities

Orange has rolled out LTE connectivity at Renault’s research and testing facilities

Operator group Orange has embarked on a research project with French car manufacturer Renault to test uses of LTE technology in connected cars.

Orange has rolled out LTE connectivity at Renault’s research and testing facilities as the two firms aim to test uses cases that will be made possible by high speed internet connectivity in vehicles. They cited cases such as virtual office, cloud gaming and in-car video conferencing as possible apps for the future.

The two firms are undertaking initial testing on Renault’s Next Two prototype car, which is based on its electric car model, the Renault ZOE.

“This partnership is an example of an effective working relationship between two very different worlds,” said Rémi Bastien, head of engineering innovation at Renault. “We were able to benefit ahead of time from a high-speed LTE network and from Orange’s expertise, with an opportunity to take advantage of the network for our prototype of the connected vehicle of the future.”

Nathalie Leboucher, head of the Smart Cities program at Orange, added: “Connected cars with communications services make travelling more efficient, and this is a major development priority in Orange’s strategy.”

Renault already provides in car connectivity through its R-Link service, which provides drivers with an integrated, connected tablet device. It features nearly 100 apps, the car manufacturer said. Orange Business Services supplies the SIM M2M cards in R-Link cars.

Car manufacturers have been keen to capitalise on the connected car opportunity in recent times. Last month, Japan’s Nissan announced that it has begun rolling out its NissanConnect Apps service globally, a connected car platform based on Airbiquity’s smartphone app integration tools and its private cloud solution.

Renault in carAnd in October, Mercedes-Benz revealed the progress that it has made with its driverless technology by taking its S500 Intelligent Drive concept car on a 100km trip in the South of Germany.  Meanwhile, AT&T opened an innovation centre in Atlanta in August, focused on the digital life and connected car sectors. And earlier this month, the UK government pledged to make the nation a centre for the testing and development of driverless cars.

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