Monthly Archives: May 2013

AT&T, Small Cells, and VoLTE

Driven by the growing surge for mobile broadband, carriers worldwide are investing in WiFi and small cell infrastructure as an economically efficient solution to expand network capacity and coverage. AT&T’s project Velocity IP (VIP) represents the deployment of more than … Continue reading

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Carrier WiFi, Small Cells, and Advertising

Carrier WiFi and small cells offers the potential for new business models including advertising.  For example, Ericsson’s City Site small cell allows add-on modules for video ad screens, clocks, touchscreen real-time information displays and more.   Ericsson’s small cell, called City … Continue reading

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WebRTC and the Enterprise Corporate Dashboard

Real-time Web Communications (WebRTC) provides the ability for a corporate entity to allow their employees to customize their own mobile experience via the WebRTC APIs while at the same time providing an enterprise interface or so called, Enterprise Corporate Dashboard, which is the interface for … Continue reading

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Telephony API Management

We see the role and importance of API Aggregators as more than simply aggregating various API’s from disparate sources.  We also see them as managing what we consider to be the Core API’s.  The Core API’s are Presence, Location, SCM, … Continue reading

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