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Wi-Fi Market in India 2011 The first reference of Wireless Fidelity or Wi-Fi can be tracked back all the way to the year 1985 but not until recently it started attracting the attention of the Indian consumers both business and general users. Wi-Fi allows the users to take advantage of the wireless networking through internet… » read more

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Mobile Commerce in Public Service: Expanding Beyond Consumer Services Overview: Mobile Commerce is for more than just consumer applications – it’s definition is often constrained to certain device assumptions, use case scenarios, and business models. Mobile Commerce may also be used in business-to-business (B2B) scenarios and the definition can also include many governmental and general… » read more

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A SIP trunk is a service offered by an ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) to use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to set up communications between an enterprise PBX and the ITSP. A trunk may include multiple voice sessions (as many as the enterprise needs). While some see SIP as just voice, SIP Trunking it can… » read more

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The development of the telecom sector has experienced a major process of transformation in terms of its growth, technological content, and market structure in the last decade through policy reforms introduced by the Government. The impetus of these changes is expected to continue, and at a much faster pace. Wireless telephony and the Internet are… » read more

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Mobile Data and Wireless Broadband Market in India The development of the telecom sector has experienced a major process of transformation in terms of its growth, technological content, and market structure in the last decade through policy reforms introduced by the Government. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=214689&rt=Mobile-Data-and-Wireless-Broadband-Market-in-India.html The impetus of these changes is expected to continue, and at a… » read more

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At the end of 2010, mobile phone users amounted to 859 million and 3G subscribers totaled 47.1 million in China. In July 2011, mobile phone users jumped to 930 million, including 87.2 million 3G subscribers. The booming of mobile subscribers and communication data traffic promote telecom operators to continually optimize and expand their networks. In… » read more

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Major branded vendors projected to put emphasis on users in the next-generation era of mobile networks, and in this era, the vendors will think beyond boundaries, aiming to compete with one another and cooperate with telecom operators, supply chain manufacturers, and application providers. The future Smartphone industry is expected to focus on mid-range and value-line… » read more

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On June 6, 2011, Apple unveiled its new iOS 5 mobile platform at the Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2011. Other than removing many inconvenience associated with upgrading, Apple also added new features to its iOS 5 and addressed many concerns of previous iPhone buyers regarding iOS mobile platform in a bid to compete head… » read more

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Emerging Rural Mobile Telephony Market in India Globalization has made telecommunication an integral part of the infrastructure of the Indian economy. The telecom sector in India has developed as a result of progressive regulatory regime. Telecommunications is one of the few sectors in India, which has witnessed the most fundamental structural and institutional reforms since… » read more

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The Future of 4G Technologies: New opportunities and changing business models for the emergence of LTE and WiMAX Technological innovation, including 3G, improved smartphones and multiplay mobile Internet devices (MIDs), has led to a boom in data usage with data traffic surpassing voice traffic for the first time in December 2009. Having nearly trebled in… » read more

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