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Bluetooth to be boosted by marriage to UWB (03 Apr 2006)
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has said it will combine WiMedia Alliance's ultra-wideband (UWB) with its next-generation Bluetooth wireless technology.
Mobile market to grow 15 per cent: Nokia (03 Apr 2006)
Nokia, the world's largest handset maker, has raised its forecast for global market growth thanks to strong subscriber demand.
Broadcom hits out at latest Qualcomm suit (03 Apr 2006)
Broadcom has hit back at claims by rival Qualcomm that it had misappropriated trade secrets and infringed the company's patents.
Wi-fi trains arrive nine months early (03 Apr 2006)
UK train operator GNER has announced that a project to equip all of its trains with wi-fi will be competed nine months ahead of schedule.
Business users: Mobile's great white (collar) hope (03 Apr 2006)
According to new research from analyst house IDC, falling voice revenues will see US mobile operators targeting business users – and the traditionally high ARPU (average revenue per user) they generate.
Military unveils ?200m next-generation comms network (03 Apr 2006)
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has signed a deal with BAE Systems Integrated Systems Technologies for a new ?200m military communications network.
Intel sets up venture fund for Brazil (03 Apr 2006)
Intel Capital, the venture arm of chipmaker Intel, has created a venture fund that will invest $50 million in Brazilian start-ups, the latest step in an effort to expand its business in emerging nations.
Start-up promises cheaper wireless VoIP (03 Apr 2006)
Wireless communications start-up xG Technology said Tuesday that the first commercial products based on its low-power xMax wireless technology will be available later this year.
Gateways Move into Network's Core (29 Mar 2006)
Media gateways have traditionally sat at the edge of the network in the VoIP world, providing translation between circuit-switched and packet-switched networks to enable next-generation products like IP PBXs and IP phones to interoperate with legacy PBXs and phones. Increasingly, however, these devices are moving deeper into the core of the network to allow enterprises and carriers to leverage new services and reduce costs.
Wireless surveillance camera (29 Mar 2006)
Wireless surveillance camera: Axis offers the highest quality wireless network camera without compromising on functionality and affordability. It supports the WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) and WPA2 protocols to provide the best security protection for wireless networks.
Prepaid Wireless (29 Mar 2006)
Prepaid service is one of the fastest growing area in wireless.
New Internet telephony players emerge (28 Mar 2006)
The Internet telephony market is getting more crowded as two more companies launched new services in the U.S. market on Monday.
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