Recent Articles

September 29, 2016 8:20 am
Simone Margaritelli, Security Researcher, Zimperium
New research has found specific vulnerabilities that target base transceiver stations (BTS) - and they're no joke!
September 28, 2016 8:15 am
Anurag Lal
Recent high-profile hacks have raised awareness around the dangers of insecure communication, bringing one feature in specific into the limelight: encryption.
September 16, 2016 11:50 am
Cees Links, GM of Low Power Wireless, Qorvo
Do consumers want a bunch of connected devices that they can be controlled over their smart phones, each with its own app and user interface? Or would they prefer a service that makes life simpler and easier for them?
September 14, 2016 10:31 am
Anurag Lal
Security is a growing concern, as email not only becomes less reliable, but as alternative forms of unsecure communication begin to emerge in the enterprise.
September 8, 2016 12:30 pm
Diana Goovaerts
Where should municipal officials start if they want to make their city smarter? According to Extenet CTO Tormod Larsen, they should start small.
September 2, 2016 10:47 am
John Lauer, CEO, Zipwhip
A recent op-ed piece in Wireless Week made the claim that toll-free texting is in chaos. Zipwhip CEO John Lauer explains in his own words why that opinion couldn’t be further from the truth.
August 19, 2016 8:10 am
Garrett Long, SVP of Strategic Consulting,Tangoe
The cloud birthed the “as-a-Service” moniker to reflect new business and technology models for a variety of things, including software (SaaS) and infrastructure (IaaS). M for mobility is the next addition to the family -- Mobility as a Services (MaaS).
August 18, 2016 8:05 am
Kevin Gallagher, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Qorvo Inc.
Engineers working on mobile devices are under constant pressure to deliver higher performance within small form factors. Highly integrated Wi-Fi front end modules can help solve these design challenges.
Jack Nosek, Lead Software Engineer, Barcoding, Inc.
The end is near for Windows Mobile – and it’s been a long time coming. While this is not too big of an inconvenience for the average consumer, the demise of Windows Mobile is creating challenges for enterprise-level users.
Joann O’Brien, VP, APIs & Ecosystems, TM Forum
Had the mobile communications industry used open APIs way, way back for SMS systems, network operators could have created that multi-billion-dollar market for themselves and their partners. Now they are determined to take advantage of the massive opportunities of the platform economy.
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