ITEM: The Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) has officially backed open messaging protocol MQTT to connect the billions of embedded M2M systems that will comprise the “Internet of Things" (IoT).
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China Telecom revealed its Q1 profit increased 10% to 4.69 billion yuan ($760.7 million), as strong mobile service and handset revenue growth compensated for rising costs.
The last of China's three network operators to report its quarterly results fell in between China Unicom's 89% profit g
Governments around the world are stepping up efforts to censor content on Google sites, regular figures from the search giant show.
The firm received 2,285 requests from governments to remove content in the back half of 2012, up from 1,811 in the first six months of the year, a
It's been a busy week for internationally-facing telcos, with Telstra Global, Tata Communications and Vodafone all announcing major enterprise deals.
Telstra Global announced an extension of its deal with Arup, the professional services firm that helped design projects including the Sydney Opera House and the Beijing Olympic stadium.
The unified communications (UC) services market in Australia is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14% through to 2019, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Factors driving growth in the overall UC services market in Australia are demand for managed services for UC, demand for hosted voice and contact center solutions, uptake from SMB segment; and uptake from the governmen
China’s carrier-neutral colocation market has been growing at a 30% to 40% compound annual growth rate in the past few years, higher than the overall growth rate of the IDC market in China, according to a report from DCD Intelligence.
“Inherent complexities involved in network interconnectivity in the country have led to bottlenecks as internet traffic h
Ten years ago, Forrester published some research with the slightly awkward title of ‘New Payment Systems’ Survival Guide’. One of our findings was that many successful new payment systems have some kind of ‘must-have’ transaction that encourages customers to go through the hassle of learning how to use a new system in the first place.