Cambridge, UK, 4th November 2014 – CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it has been shortlisted for a hotly-contested Telecoms.com award in the “Pushing The Mobile Limits” category.
Cambridge, UK, 30th October 2014 – CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition, an operator-reviewed awards program from the publishers of FierceWireless, FierceTelecom and FierceCable. CCS has been shortlisted in the Wireless Networks (Cell Sites) category by an exclusive judging panel of major global operators.
GSMA Mobile World Congress 2015.
Building on its reputation as one of the largest conferences on the planet, and the world’s largest mobile conference, the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2015 is said to be expecting more than one hundred thousands attendees and close to 2000 exhibitors. The 2014 conference attracted more than 85,000 attendees, signaling that Mobile and Wireless Technology is becoming the backbone of our personal, home and working life.
Guildford, UK, 22nd October 2014 – Global Internet of Things solutions providers Eseye are pleased to announce the opening of a new a state-of-the-art datacentre hosted at Atlantic Metro Communications in New York, an Internet Infrastructure Service Provider.
In advance of Apple’s event this week, Parks Associates announced new research today showing Amazon and Samsung are locked in a tight race for second place behind Apple in the tablet market, which overall shows signs of cooling even as adoption remains high. Parks Associates’ 360 View: Mobility and the App Economy, which highlights and analyzes results from a 1Q 2014 survey of 10,000 U.S. broadband households, finds 16% have an Amazon tablet and 14% have a Samsung tablet, while Apple’s share has dropped from 46% in 1Q 2012 to 37%, which includes a combination of the iPad and the iPad Mini.
Cambridge, UK, 14th October 2014 – CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), creator of the world’s first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that it has been named as a finalist for the highly regarded IET Innovation Awards. CCS’ innovation has been recognised in the Communications category as one of five shortlisted companies.
Montpellier, France, 7th October 2014 – Cortus, a technology leader in low-power, silicon-efficient, 32-bit processor IP, announced the first of a new family of products based on its v2 instruction set today. The APS23 core was built to deliver a new level of efficiency, ease of integration and cost of ownership for low-power, connected intelligent devices. The core reduces embedded system power by optimizing the size of the instruction memory.
Facebook Messenger and Skype are the most popular messaging apps in the U.S., according to Parks Associates’ new industry report The Post-SMS War for Mobile Communications: Text Messaging.
“Among messaging app users, 53% use Facebook Messenger, and 45% use Skype,” said Tejas Mehta, research analyst, Parks Associates. “These two apps are dominant in this high-growth area. At the beginning of 2014, 34% of U.S. smartphone owners used a messaging app on a monthly basis. The difficulty, especially for new entrants, is turning user growth into revenues.”
IPXI® Announces Multi-Party Offering for Wireless Communications Standard Essential Patents
CHICAGO, Oct. 1, 2014 – Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. (IPXI), the world’s first financial exchange for licensing and trading intellectual property (IP) rights, today announced a multi-party offering for standard essential patents (SEPs) involving the world’s most widely adopted standard protocol for wireless technology. The offering of Unit License Right™ (ULR™) contracts is based on patent rights from eight organizations – including leading consumer electronics and telecommunications companies, universities and research laboratories – whose rights are considered essential to the IEEE 802.11n standard for higher throughput in wireless local area network (WLAN) communications.
Parks Associates today announced new Consumer Analytics research, Connected Game Consoles, that shows 46% of U.S. broadband households have a game console connected to the Internet and over one-quarter (28%) use the connected gaming console as their primary connected CE device. Among these primary console users, roughly three-quarters use the gaming console to access non-gaming content online at least weekly, and nearly 40% access such content for more than 10 hours per week.