Sequans Communications S.A. is providing its LTE chipset technology to D-Link for the D-Link eMBMS TV Dongle, a consumer LTE broadcast dongle that enables users to receive video content over LTE eMBMS, for display on their TV screens. LTE Broadcast or eMBMS (evolved multimedia broadcast multicast service) is a capability of LTE whereby multimedia content can be streamed to multiple users simultaneously.
Sprint launched its inaugural Smartphone Encore Challenge, in conjunction with Brightstar Corp. and HOBI International, for students to find ways to repurpose old smartphones or their components. The challenge will be facilitated by Net Impact. Registration for the challenge opened Monday to teams of students in the United States who are members of Net Impact’s 155 undergraduate and graduate chapters across the U.S. Participation is limited to the first 25 teams that register. Each team is challenged to develop a product concept, business pitch and an optional brief video using refurbished smartphones and accessories provided by Sprint and Brightstar.
NetComm Wireless Limited and Vodafone have added the Vodafone MachineLink 3G Plus to the Integrated M2M Terminals range, offering a new alternative for unconnected machines that need a larger selection of interface options. Developed by NetComm Wireless to facilitate the uptake of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) across a multitude of industries globally, the Vodafone MachineLink 3G Plus enables M2M connectivity in areas such as healthcare, agriculture, vending, point of payment and energy.
CALLUP, a provider of Value Added Services (VAS) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions for the telecom industry, today announced that a major cellular operator in a European country has selected CALLUP’s SIM OTA platform for remote management, over the air, of files and applets on SIM cards. The European operator manages more than 20 million subscribers’ SIM cards.