Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cooperation Hasn’t Emerged as The Answer to Mobile Traffic Overload

The news from the frontlines of the impending network overload seems to be getting more grim. Not only does the march of data hogging device continue to gain momentum, but now there are reports that the industry is getting cold … Continue reading

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Our Hotmail App is on Fire…Literally!

Just two short months after we announced the 1 million download mark for the Hotmail app for Android that SEVEN Networks developed for Microsoft, that number has now tripled and continues to grow. In fact, as of December 30, 2011 … Continue reading

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CES recap: wireless and tech experts not immune to network congestion issues

At the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, the thousands of tech savvy attendees were not immune to network congestion as reported by many. Despite carriers’ efforts to provide better coverage and allocate more bandwidth to the show floor, many … Continue reading

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FCC at CES: spectrum crunch still looming as main issue over wireless industry

At CES in Las Vegas, FCC chair warns of mobile ‘spectrum crunch’–for the third time! (CNET – January 12th). By the very nature of it, spectrum is physically limited and even if the addition of spectrum will provide some relief, … Continue reading

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