"Telecom today is life-forming, affecting communications, time management,
information sharing and even identity management," said Lars Arvidsson,
corporate client executive director at Sun Microsystems, Inc., as Sun and
Mobeon AB, one of the world's leading suppliers of private labeled telecom
messaging software, today announced an agreement that will drive innovation
for the global telecommunications market.
Building upon a strategic relationship of more than four years, Mobeon will
utilize Sun Java Enterprise System software and Solaris to create an open, IP
standards-based messaging solution that delivers fun messaging features and
expands carriers' services, market reach and revenue opportunities.
"Working together, Sun and Mobeon are creating a new service provider
platform capable of using IP-based technology to support inventive voice and
data communications ... (more)
"With this program, advertisers can connect with the growing number of mobile
publishers, ultimately providing users with an enhanced mobile experience
that helps them find what they are looking for more quickly and efficiently
on the go," said Google, as it yesterday announced AdSense for Mobile, a
program that contextually targets ads to mobile website content.
"As part of our ongoing efforts to develop new ways for users to find the
information they need anytime and anywhere," the company announced, "AdSense
for Mobile... allows AdSense publishing partners the ability to earn re... (more)
Jaspersoft announced that BT and Unisys have implemented the Jaspersoft
Business Intelligence Suite to support their Statistical Data Warehouse (SDW)
for improving customer service for voicemail subscribers.
The SDW, which was built using Jaspersoft and is today deployed in support of
more than 8 million customers, reduces the time required to research and
respond to issues and decreases costs associated with ad hoc information
requests. Since the initial implementation of the SDW for voicemail, BT has
expanded its deployment to include analytics for the BT Text and Managed SMS
(March 24, 2002) - From the very first moment back in December 2000, when
Japanese mobile giant NTT DoCoMo originally bought its 16% stake in AT&T
Wireless Services Inc; the industry had been waiting to hear that i-mode was
on its way to the U.S.
Now though it appears that i-mode won't be coming to America: instead,
"m-mode" will. It will be up and running from as early as April, on AT&T
Wireless's "2.5G" (i.e., GPRS) cellular network, to its GSM customers in 30
US cities from Seattle to Texas, as a start.
AT&T Wireless is going to jump-start its wireless data service using WAP ... (more)
(July 9, 2002) - Nokia and IBM have agreed to collaborate on digital content
delivery for mobile applications and services. Combining their expertise,
Nokia and IBM will provide wireless operators and service providers with a
complete solution for content management and delivery. IBM will market
Nokia's delivery server software for mobile content downloading. The
companies have also agreed to collaborate on secure content delivery
solutions, including digital rights management, according to industry-wide
open standards and specifications.
The solution combines the Nokia Delivery... (more)