Ericsson to develop, host 3’s music service in Sweden, Denmark

Ericsson to develop, host 3’s music service in Sweden, Denmark
Ericsson will have end-to-end responsibility for 3’s music service, including systems integration, operations and development of new features.[Lees verder]

MTS Ukraine awards Sitronics three contracts worth $39m
Sitronics has won three contracts totalling $39m to provide telecoms equipment to mobile operator MTS Ukraine.[Lees verder]

SFR adopts Streamezzo’s software platform
Streamezzo has partnered with SFR, a 3G mobile operator in France, to provide the software infrastructure for SFR’s Vodafone live 2.0.[Lees verder]

Vyke launches commercial mobile VoIP service
To use Vyke’s mobile VoIP service from a The Cloud wireless network, Vyke users need to connect to Vyke from their mobile phone without the need to have any separate The Cloud account.[Lees verder]

Tyntec partners with Regpoint for disaster-warning SMS network
Regpoint will use Tyntec’s custom-built messaging technology to send SMSes to alert people of tsunamis, terrorist attacks, disease epidemics and other emergencies.[Lees verder]

Ericsson to develop, host 3’s music service in Sweden, Denmark
Ericsson will have end-to-end responsibility for 3’s music service, including systems integration, operations and development of new features.[Lees verder]

MTS Ukraine awards Sitronics three contracts worth $39m
Sitronics has won three contracts totalling $39m to provide telecoms equipment to mobile operator MTS Ukraine.[Lees verder]

SFR adopts Streamezzo’s software platform
Streamezzo has partnered with SFR, a 3G mobile operator in France, to provide the software infrastructure for SFR’s Vodafone live 2.0.[Lees verder]

Vyke launches commercial mobile VoIP service
To use Vyke’s mobile VoIP service from a The Cloud wireless network, Vyke users need to connect to Vyke from their mobile phone without the need to have any separate The Cloud account.[Lees verder]

Tyntec partners with Regpoint for disaster-warning SMS network
Regpoint will use Tyntec’s custom-built messaging technology to send SMSes to alert people of tsunamis, terrorist attacks, disease epidemics and other emergencies.[Lees verder]

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