Tag Archives: Android

Open Channel For Everyone

Until now, Open Channel’s benefits were made available through mobile operators and smartphone manufacturers. They certainly benefit enormously from the traffic and battery optimization, but we always thought we can do better, and one day bring Open Channel available for … Continue reading

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Measuring Mobile Traffic Optimization: Connections and Time Connected

Signaling messages occur at a deep layer in the network, and therefore are not directly observable. This means that we must rely on other metrics to determine the efficacy of technologies for optimizing mobile traffic with respect to signaling activity. … Continue reading

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Fixing Wireless Data Congestion: Where to Start?

Carriers have the will and the resources to fix the wireless network overload problem.  But where do they start? Move to 4G networks? Buy more spectrum? Add WiFi overlays? Use pricing as a way to control usage? Or, add more … Continue reading

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Flourishing Mobile Advertising Market Spells Doom for Carrier Networks

Add mobile advertising to the list of “hidden traffic” sources that are becoming a problem for carrier networks. According to a report by comScore, Inc., mobile advertising spending is projected to reach $2.5 billion by 2014 in the U.S. And … Continue reading

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“Everybody’s Moving to metro” – Ping too!

We’re pleased to announce that Ping!, our integrated social media and messaging app  is now available for download at the @Metro App Store! The push-based social messaging app can be downloaded here.  Ping can currently be downloaded on the Samsung … Continue reading

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AnDevCon 2012 Recap: Geek talk and Droid Bots

The Droid Bot came out to play at this year’s Android Developers Conference, thanks to Intel, who hosted a variety of photo ops for developers, engineers, marketers and Android lovers alike eager to talk tech. Tapjoy took center stage as … Continue reading

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Apps Take Center Stage at CTIA

CTIA opens today in New Orleans, for the first time in seven years.  In that time, both the show and the city have changed dramatically.  From Wireless Week magazine: Whereas seven years ago the themes of the CTIA show were … Continue reading

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Users and Networks Drowning in the Data Deluge

As mobile devices get increasingly sophisticated and users’ taste for access to information and entertainment grows, so does the amount of data consumed, having tripled in 2011 alone! Although users are increasingly aware of the costs associated with data and … Continue reading

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Storm Watch 2012: Devastating Signaling Front Ahead

There’s a potentially devastating signaling storm brewing and SEVEN Networks is on the frontlines with a new infographic depicting the breadth of the problem that plagues wireless networks across the globe. What’s the culprit? Application chattiness! Did you know that … Continue reading

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Mobile Internet in Need of Content Delivery Management!

Consumers are increasingly turning to smartphones and tablets to access online services whether it’s streaming videos or “over-the-top” Internet services and this is driving demand for mobile data through the roof.  Now, the mobile Internet needs a content delivery management … Continue reading

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