Ericsson Research has released the world’s first WebRTC-enabled browser for mobile devices, called “Bowser.” WebRTC is based on work ongoing within the World Wide Web Consortium and the Internet Engineering Task Force to develop a standard, interoperable approach to real-time communication (RTC) using audio and video in Web browsers without the need for any plug-ins.
Mobile network equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks, which has been a drain on profits for owners Nokia and Siemens since its 2007 birth, reported record profits in the third quarter on the back of deals for new LTE networks.
Ericsson is selected as supplier for Vivo’s 4G/LTE network, which will feature Ericsson’s latest RBS 6000 multi-standard radio base stations. This agreement strengthens Ericsson’s position as primary telecom infrastructure supplier for Vivo and marks Ericsson’s second 4G/LTE win in Brazil. honored to be chosen once again to cooperate with Vivo, supporting their network evolution and… Read More »
Omantel has selected Ericsson to build its 4G/LTE network and transform Omantel’s Radio Access Network (RAN). Through the deployment of 4G/LTE, Omantel will provide its customers with an enhanced mobile-broadband experience offering higher data speeds and faster access to a wide range of new and innovative multimedia applications, as well as more responsive data services.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co. is reportedly in talks that could lead to an initial public stock offering in the U.S., something that could ease concerns about its independence from its home country’s government and military. The Wall Street Journal cited unnamed sources who said that Huawei, whose U.S. research and development headquarters is in… Read More »