Monthly Archives: November 2012

Mobile App Free for all Not Great for Wireless Networks: Traffic Management Even More Critical

According to a recent article in PCWorld, leading analyst firm Gartner has reported “93 percent of all mobile apps will be free by 2016.” This news will likely lead mobile app developers to focus their attention on how to drive … Continue reading

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Network Signaling Overload and Congestion Becoming a Worldwide Phenomenon

We often talk about wireless network congestion in major countries, but smaller countries are feeling the wrath of the signaling storm as well. Last month, FierceBroadbandWireless shared a study from Cisco that projected “mobile network traffic in Mexico is expected … Continue reading

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As Android Goes, So Goes the Network

The market growth in smartphones that has brought us the wireless data tsunami is showing no signs of slowing, according to Q2 2012 handset shipment numbers from IDC.  Android’s growing lead in the market, though, has some implications for wireless … Continue reading

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