Analysts are bullish on the M2M alliance formed by seven global operators as a move toward eliminating fragmentation in the ecosystem.
Seven global operators--KPN, NTT DoCoMo, Rogers, Singtel, Telefonica, Telstra and Vimplecom--have created a global alliance to streamline the machine-to-machine market. Specifically, the operators plan to develop a global SIM and launch a single Web interface and a central management system for M2M devices that will be powered by Jasper Wireless.
If Telstra Media CEO Rick Ellis has his way, the Australian company will live and die--financially at least--on its digital media and IPTV businesses.
If money is the lifeblood of any start-up--or new company that's moved beyond the start-up phase--then the $35 million Ooyala just received is a major transfusion that will juice up its ability to aggressively sell video streaming technology to established MVPDs throughout the world.
Apple has agreed to pay the Australian government almost $2.5 million in fines and legal fees stemming from its promotion of the 4G capabilities of its latest iPad, which is incompatible with the spectrum currently being used for LTE in Australia.
Optus has launched Australia's second LTE network by offering free service and devices to select customers. Using Huawei infrastructure, Optus activated FDD-LTE service late last week across the
The pricing of LTE as a premium service will fall steadily over the next five years as more operators adopt the technology, according to a new study from Tariff Consultancy (TC). The consultancy
Global mobiel Suppliers Association member companies, including operators, believe that the 1800MHz spectrum will prove to prime spectrum band for those companies deploying LTE services. A report
Telstra (ASX: TLS.AX) will soon connect almost 200,000 subscribers with ADSL2+, a group that had been limited to receiving ADSL-only service. What prevented the incumbent telco from offering the
Telstra's (ASX: TLS.AX) impending $11.2 billion sale of its wireline network to the Australian government's National Broadband Network (NBN) Co. has gotten the green light from the company's