According to Ericsson, mobile data traffic, globally, surpassed voice in December 2009. It says this finding "is based on Ericsson measurements from live networks covering all regions of the world."
on 03/24/2010 – Made popular on 03/24/2010
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: NetworkingSoftware defined networking technology must be expanded from the control of switches and routers in data centres into telco networks where it has the potential to lower costs and create new opportunities for network operators, according to Ericsson CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
I have a GS3 with T-Mobile prepaid (60 a month) my Simultaneous Voice and Data is not working? is this a problem with the prepaid service? the Simultaneous Voice and Data will work for a few min's then cut off and i cant get data back until i end the call im on.
Hands up if you know what Ericsson does? Yes, we all know about that Sony-Ericsson smartphone thingamajig. But as Hans Vestberg, Ericsson’s surprisingly youthful CEO and President told me, Ericsson can claim, as much as any other company, to actually run the network.
County Kerry, Ireland-headquartered Altobridge, a company that develops and deploys technology for mobile networks to help them cut the cost of delivering mobile voice and data, has announced that it’s raised a new $7.8 million round of funding from previous backers Intel Capital and International Finance Corporation (IFC).
The new funds will be used to “accelerate” the roll-out
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: TechnologyEricsson has launched what its says is the first WebRTC enabled browser for mobile devices, enabling application developers to incorporate voice and video communications into their browser based mobile applications.
Cisco has released its latest global IP traffic forecasts - for the first time breaking out Australian specific data, which includes the forecast that, by 2015, Australian mobile networks will be carrying 149 petabytes per month as a result of data volumes doubling ever year from their 2010 level of just five petabytes per month.