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M2M Will Drive Mobile Operator Data Revenues Past Voice Revenues by 2018

The mobile data explosion is being driven by a surge in demand for connected devices and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and is transforming the socioeconomic future of people in developed and developing countries. Click here for more.


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India shows overall 74% increase in mobile data traffic in 2014

This rise was primarily driven by a strong 3G growth with 114% increase, while the 2G data traffic growth was reported to be 41%. Click here for more.


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G Data descobre nova variante de espião cibernético

G Data descobre nova variante de espião cibernético
Carbon System possui semelhanças com o Uroburos e Agent.BTZ e é a porta de saída do Projeto Cobra

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Cisco to acquire network data specialist Truviso

Cisco intends to acquire Truviso

Cisco has confirmed that it is planning to acquire privately-held Californian firm Truviso, a provider of network data analysis and reporting software, for an undisclosed amount.

Truviso’s continuous query technology, with its analyse-first, store-later capability, is expected to enable Cisco to provide instant access and visibility into network use and services, help increase operational efficiencies and drive new revenue streams for customers.

The acquisition of Truviso is subject to various standard closing conditions and is expected to be complete in the fourth quarter of Cisco’s fiscal year 2012. The Truviso team will be integrated into the Cisco Network Management Technology Group.

Cisco recently posted record revenues and profits for the quarterly period which ended January 28th, 2012, which CEO John Chambers attributed to a three-year plan to drive earnings faster than revenue, as well as the earlier-than-planned achievement of a billion dollar cut in expenses, and continued innovation.

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Cloud, Mobility, and Big Data to Shape North African IT in 2015

The North Africa region will push ahead with IT transformation initiatives throughout the course of 2015, spurred on by growing adoption of ’3rd Platform’ technologies such as cloud, mobility, and Big Data Click here for more.


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Bulk of Smartphone Data Transfers Taking Place Over Wi-Fi

Most smarphone users now consume the vast majority of their mobile data download traffic over Wi-Fi connections, Click here for more.


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Mobile broadband overtakes SMS as largest generator of mobile data revenue

Worldwide mobile service revenue barely budged in the first half of 2014 (1H14), up just 0.5% from the same period a year ago, to $ 385.5 billion, Click here for more.


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Canada’s Telus Posts Higher Profits on Mobile Data Growth

Canada’s Telus has reported that its fourth-quarter revenues rose by 6 percent to reach C$ 2.85 billion, while net profits jumped by 22.8 percent to C$ 291 million. Click here for more.


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Mobile broadband overtakes SMS as largest generator of mobile data revenue

Mobile broadband revenue rose 26% in 1H14 from 1H13 and continued to drive overall mobile services market growth. Click here for more.


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Data sharing plans improve customer satisfaction

US customers on data sharing plans are more satisfied with their service than those on traditional plans

Customers in the US are more satisfied with data sharing service plans than more traditional data plans, according to a study by J.D. Power and Associates.

The marketing services firm’s half yearly report on customer services in the US operator market found that overall satisfaction among customers who currently subscribe to a mobile share data plan is 778 out of 1,000. This is higher than the overall score of 750 given by those who subscribe to more traditional data plans.

“The higher levels of satisfaction with shared data plans are partially due to the profile of its customers, particularly the early adopters who changed service offerings once the mobile data share plans were offered,” said Kirk Parsons, senior director of wireless services at J.D. Power and Associates.

“For example, not only are customers with shared data plans more loyal than those without a shared data plan, but they also have a more positive perception of their carrier, in addition to spending approximately $ 30 more per household overall.”

The study also found that 41 per cent of wireless customers who solved their issue online used the chat function and overall satisfaction is highest when customers use the online chat function to resolve issues. For the fourth consecutive reporting period, Verizon Wireless ranked highest in wireless customer care satisfaction among carriers, with an overall score of 766.

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