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28 November 2012
Image traffic is growing faster than video traffic in markets with high levels of smartphone penetration, according to data released today.
While video traffic has widely been touted as a driver
behind rising demand for data, image traffic has been given
less prominence meaning the report from mobile internet
solutions company Flash Networks may take some telcos by
Flash found that image traffic in the Americas and Europe grew
33% over the last six months...
Singapore-based StarHub has successfully trialled Nokia Networks’ Liquid Applications solution for the delivery of four live video feeds.
A summary of the week’s biggest telecoms news stories.
UK-based EE has become the largest 4G mobile player in Europe, after adding 1.4 million customers to its high-speed network.
China Mobile and KPN Netherlands have collaborated with Huawei to demonstrate what is claimed to be the industry’s first international IP multimedia subsystem (IMS)-based VoLTE roaming call between Europe and Asia.
India’s Bharti Airtel is planning to launch a mobile money service in east Africa.
The UK’s O2 has today announced a partnership with Zayo Group for the upgrade of its nationwide infrastructure into a fully resilient core fibre network.