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Big Data?Big Challenges

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You probably feel you have a good sense of the assets of your organization. You know how many employees you have because they are all in an HR database. You know the sales you made last month because they are all in a sales ledger database. You know how many items you have in stock because they are all in an ERP database. You know how many computers you have because they are all in an asset database. And at the end of the year, all these databases will be queried to produce the annual accounts.
11-09-2011
Global telecoms CAPEX to top USD311 billion in 2011, report says

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Total investment by the worlds telecoms carriers is forecast to reach USD310.8 billion this year, up 5.8% when compared to 2010, according to a new study published by Infonetics Research. The group concludes that WiMAX equipment is accounting for the fastest growth among telcos in terms of net spend in 2011 (+27.5%), followed by video infrastructure (+20.7%). Infonetics finding also suggest the largest investment areas remain non-telecom/datacom equipment (software, real estate, labour, etc.) and mobile infrastructure, global spending for which is growing 7.0% and 8.6%, respectively, in 2011 over 2010. Stephane Teral, principal analyst for mobile and FMC infrastructure, is quoted as saying: The near-6% increase in global telecom carrier CAPEX we expect in 2011 over 2010 is due in large part to AT&T's ramping LTE deployments, HSPA+ upgrades, and investments in Wi-Fi hotspots for traffic offload. This offsets Verizon Wireless' slowing mobile spending since their LTE rollout peaked earlier this year.
11-09-2011
Ericsson Eyes Revenue From Mobile Industry's Top Patents Trove

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Ericsson AB, the worlds largest maker of mobile-phone networks, aims to increase revenue from its more than 27,000 patents as devices from toys to energy meters get wireless access, its chief executive officer said.
11-09-2011
Cars to Come Equipped with Embedded Wireless

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Harman and Sierra Wireless intend to serve drivers who want connection to all their electronic devices in the car. Harman will begin road tests through LTE-networked areas in Europe with similar tests in the United States to follow. Test vehicles will be equipped with the latest infotainment system platform...
11-09-2011
Do You Need a Quad-Core Mobile Device for Work?

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Nvidia just released the Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor, which may provide more horsepower than businesses currently need
11-09-2011
Strategies for Pruning Data in the Cloud

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In terrestrial systems, you don't think about disk space. In the clouds, you have to, if you don't it will cost you.
11-09-2011
Article: Mobile Brings New Opportunities for Local Retailers

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Mobile becomes a more important driver of in-store traffic
11-09-2011
Are 'Carrier' Ethernet Exchanges Dead?

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3:30 PM Equinix and Telx say yes, because they're increasingly focused on data centers and cloud connectivity, not just carrier services
11-08-2011
Why Marketers Should Bring Their Offline CRM Data Online

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Marketers have long used marketing services and data providers to gain a precise understanding of their offline customers. This has enabled marketers to tailor their marketing campaigns, such as direct mail, to specific customers and prospects. However, traditional marketing is becoming more expensive, harder to scale, and is declining in performance as consumers shift their attention to the Web.
11-08-2011
Customer Experience Is Now a Strategic Priority

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In many companies today customer experience is more than just a buzzword. Customer experience management has matured to the point where a growing number of firms are creating customer experience organizations to help refocus, reshape, and retool customer experiences across their enterprises.
11-08-2011
Merger of Dish Network, DirecTV possible, says Ergen

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Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen said approval of AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile could lead to more mergers and open the door for a deal between the nation's No. 2 satellite-TV provider and rival DirecTV.
11-08-2011
Vodafone Raises Full-Year Forecast as Earnings Beat Estimates

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Vodafone Group Plc raised its full- year earnings forecast after profit beat analyst estimates as the worlds largest mobile-phone operator adapted its pricing for Web browsing and other data services.
11-08-2011
CHART OF THE DAY: Apple Has 4% Of The Phone Market, And 52% Of Its Profits (AAPL, RIMM, MOT, GOOG, MSFT, NOK)

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Apple has only 4% of the total phone market, but captures 52% of its profits according to Canaccord Genuity analysts T. Michael Walkley and Mattew Ramsay. Follow the Chart Of The Day on Twitter: @chartoftheday Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the conversation about this story »See Also:THE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple Needs To Support Ads If It's Going To Take TV By StormTHE APPLE INVESTOR: Why Apple-Branded TV Is Not LikelyMotorola Won A German Patent Injunction Against Apple
11-07-2011
Microsoft Hosts NYC Bash For Mango Rollout

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Microsoft and AT&T unveiled three new smartphones on Monday that are based on the software giant's new Windows Phone 7.5 platform, also known as Mango. To celebrate the launch, Microsoft constructed a six-story Windows Phone in the middle of New York City's Herald Square. The mammoth structure incorporates giant LED screens that simulate the Metro-style interface of live tiles that are displayed on Mango handset screens. The simulation was to run through Monday evening. "You'll see games in the Games Hub, music in the Music plus Video Hub, people in the People Hub," wrote Microsoft blogger Michael Stroh. Mango's live-tile home screen -- "especially in the way developers can use the tiles" -- is going to be imitated by other platforms, noted Al Hilwa, the director of applications development software at IDC. But for Mango to succeed as a mobile platform, Microsoft will need to forge "market-by-market breakthroughs" by means of carrier and OEM alliances as well as through the fierce marketing of devices, he said. "This is the nature of the Android ecosystem and it is the model Microsoft will likely have to follow," Hilwa said in an e-mail Monday. "The Nokia partnership brings exactly this expertise in various markets." New Mango Models AT&T is taking orders for two Mango-based handsets from Samsung and with a third model called the HTC Titan -- which will sport an extra-large, 4.7-inch display set to follow shortly. Priced at $200, the new Samsung Focus S offers buyers a 4.3-inch super AMOLED plus display, a 1.4GHz processor and 8-megapixel camera. The new Samsung Focus Flash -- which features a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED screen, 1.4GHz processor and 5-megapixel camera -- is priced at an ultra-low $50. T-Mobile unveiled its own Mango-based smartphone offering last week. Called the HTC Radar 4G, the new smartphone has a post-rebate...
11-07-2011
Data Traffic: Ericsson Predicts Huge Spike Due to Mobile Video

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Ericsson says mobile data traffic will increase tenfold over the next five years, with mobile broadband subscriptions set to more than quintuple over the same period.
11-07-2011

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