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Astellia and VOIPFUTURE join forces to provide VoIP monitoring for 3G and 4G networks

Rennes, France/Hamburg, Germany, April 24th, 2012 – Astellia and VOIPFUTURE today announced their partnership to complete Astellia’s network monitoring solution for 2G, 3G and LTE networks with VOIPFUTURE’s offering. Astellia, forerunner in monitoring solutions for optimization of mobile network QoS and QoE, and VOIPFUTURE, the leading provider of voice quality monitoring in IP networks, combine their best of breed technology for a superior QoS and QoE solution.

M-Spam: From Network Protection to Revenue Assurance

SMS messaging is the most widely used application worldwide for the 5.9 billion mobile subscribers around the world. SMS remains one of the main contributors to the mobile operator’s non-voice revenue stream. However, the mobile industry lost up to $58.4 billion last year due to revenue leakage, which accounted for over 6% of a mobile operator’s total revenues and could grow to 23% by 2016 if not addressed urgently. SMS spam and fraud remain one of the main contributors to this revenue leakage scenario.

TriQuint Introduces TRITIUM Duo™

HILLSBORO, OREGON (USA) – February 20, 2012 – TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc. (NASDAQ: TQNT), a leading RF solutions supplier and technology innovator, today unveiled the industry’s smallest dual-band PA duplexer (PAD) for global 3G and 4G smartphones. The new TRITIUM Duo™ family combines two band-specific power amplifiers (PAs) and duplexers in a single compact module, effectively replacing up to twelve discrete components.

ZTE Attains Global No.1 PCT Patent Filings Spot

6 March 2012, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today announced it had attained the No. 1 global ranking for PCT patent filings in 2011.

ZTE Achieves World’s-Fastest Sales Revenues Increase in Q1-Q3 2011

24 February 2012, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a leading global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, announced today it had achieved the world’s-fastest sales revenues increase for the first nine months of 2011.

GE Satcom Announces Name Change to Signalhorn

Stuttgart, Germany – 23 February 2012: The recently acquired GE Satcom announces today that the company has formally changed its name to Signalhorn. The change of ownership took place February 2, 2012 and includes the entire GE Satcom or Satlynx group of companies located in Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and other key locations.

ZTE Extends Partnerships with Leading U.S. Technology Companies

22 February 2012, Shenzhen, China – ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (H share stock code: 0763.HK / A share stock code: 000063.SZ), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, today reinforced its commitment to providing high quality telecommunications solutions worldwide by acknowledging its intent to continue to source application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) from two industry-leading manufacturers.

Making LTE roaming work

In terms of deployment, LTE is the fastest growing mobile technology ever. But it is also the most disruptive element to appear since the introduction of WCDMA, bringing with it fundamental changes to the network and telecom provider business model.

Why Wi-Fi offload and roaming are key to meeting growing data demands

Data traffic demand is growing rapidly in the wake of operator strategies to encourage mobile broadband adoption. As a result, the industry is talking about offload as a solution but one which takes many forms, leaving many operators unsure of which path to take. The business case for Wi-Fi is evolving, and not just for data offload but also voice and messaging, offering an opportunity for the deeper integration of Wi-Fi with the operator’s service portfolio. However, what are the issues and friction points that operators might envisage, and how might they be overcome?

JDSU Introduces PacketPortal™

JDSU today introduced PacketPortal™, a Smart Network Application Platform (SNAP), that allows communications service providers to profitably scale to unprecedented bandwidth demand while providing the highest quality subscriber experience. PacketPortal uses microprobe technology to cost-effectively gather intelligence anywhere in the network for use with a suite of customer care, marketing and other applications. These applications give service providers a new way to drive revenue, build strong brands and command subscriber loyalty.

Getting ahead in an LTE World

Operators around the world are facing tremendous challenges in terms of growth in data traffic, operational efficiency and customer experience. In order to address these demands, further attention and financial investment are being directed to the upgrade of existing network infrastructure-and with peak download speeds of 100Mbps and above being promised, LTE has been widely hailed as the solution to operators’ congestion troubles.

Protecting your Customer Base by Ensuring the Best Customer Experience

The Telecom environment is ever changing. Demand for smartphones and tablets continues to increase, more people become more mobile and telecom service providers are under pressure to grow revenue, customers and market share. This whitepaper will explore the changing landscape for devices and platforms, the evolution of support desk metrics from efficiency measurements to customer satisfaction ratings, and how incorporating remote support tools into a telecommunications organisation can improve the customer experience and increase customer satisfaction.

Apps World Europe brings brands, operators, marketers and developers to Olympia

Apps World Europe (http://www.apps-world.net/europe) is returning to London Olympia on 29-30 November for two days of discussion and insight around multi-platform apps, with some of the leading brands and individuals from around the industry gathering to examine the latest industry trends, and where they’re leading us.

The Role of Skype in Creating Value for Mobile Network Operators

In 2010, KDDI and Skype entered into a partnership. Skype services were offered over “au”, the
operator’s mobile broadband service brand. The integration of Skype’s platform onto KDDI’s network
allowed for a superior voice quality for users of the Skype on au service and provided a clear
differentiator for Skype’s range of IS-series Android devices launched in November 2010.

A new user on the rise: the cloud user

With the Networked Society on the horizon, a new user is emerging – the cloud user. This user is already transforming networks, demanding a converged service experience that crosses both devices and access methods.

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