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Bytemobile’s New Mobile Analytics Report Reveals Real Impact of Video on Mobile Networks
Santa Clara, Calif, February 23, 2012 - Bytemobile, Inc., the industry leader in video optimization and Smart Capacity™ solutions for mobile network operators, today published the findings of its Mobile Analytics Report - February 2012. The new report reveals that the average volume of video traffic on mobile networks has risen by 10 percentage points since this time last year – up to 50% from 40%. In certain networks, video traffic is up to 69% of total traffic. Also, while the average subscriber uses YouTube and Facebook for roughly the same amount of time – about nine minutes per session – YouTube generates a staggering 350 times more traffic.
Google joins major innovators in the global app space at world’s biggest event on connected entertainment
London, 13 February 2012 – IP&TV World Forum today announces that Google will run the opening workshop at its TV App Hub. With social TV one of the most important emerging technologies, the TV App Hub which takes place on days one and two of the conference, will assess the monetisation opportunities presented by the convergence of television and apps.
Global Manager, Developer Relations and Developer Advocate at Google, Ossama Alami, will open the free developer-orientated gathering on 20 March, and run a two hour workshop. As the leader of global developer outreach and support efforts for Google TV, Alami will explore how the developer communities can embrace it as the next stage of Android development, particularly as 2012 looks set to be a pivotal year for the advancement of Google TV as a major platform.
New patent from NewVoiceMedia will enable customer information to be gathered from the Internet in real-time
5 January, 2012: The call centre experience is set to become radically different as agents will soon be able to make use of real-time social media information as customer calls come in, following NewVoiceMedia’s recent award of a new UK patent. The patent, invented by NewVoiceMedia’s founder Richard Pickering, brings a regularly discussed concept to reality and discloses a technique in which caller data is used to execute a search query using internal data repositories and external resources such as Google or Microsoft Bing. The subsequent results are then used to deliver targeted information to the receiving agent.
The Middle East and Africa’s premier broadband event to include larger programme with more operators and industry players than ever
London, 20 December 2011 – Broadband MEA, the region’s premier broadband event, is expanding its programme in 2012, making it the most informative and insightful conference yet. Leading operators, Etisalat, STC, Sudatel Telecom Group and du, are already on board, as well as vital industry content players and industry ‘game changers’ such as Google and Al Jazeera.
The conference, which takes place from 25 – 27 March, already has an exceptional speaker line-up, made up of prominent industry experts, including Nasser Bin Obood, CEO at Etisalat UAE, Dr. Saad Zafer Al Kahtani, CEO Strategic Operations at STC and Hatem Bamatraf, Senior VP of Network Development and Operations at du.
Explosive Growth Sets The Pace For The Industry
London, 22 November 2011 – Somo (www.somoagency.com), the leading independent mobile marketing agency, today announces a large US expansion to cope with fast-growing market demands.
Several substantial international client wins have led Somo to open two new offices. The first is in San Francisco’s lively tech start-up district, SoMa, and the second is in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, just minutes from the beach. The offices will provide Somo’s mobile marketing services to its technology, gaming and entertainment clients based along the West Coast and in Seattle.
Kaspersky Lab announces the publication of its IT Threat Evolution report for the third quarter of 2011. The company’s analysts noted a continued growth in cyber-attacks against some of the world’s biggest corporations throughout the period. When it comes to attacking smartphones, there were clear signs that cybercriminals have made Android their platform of choice. Increasingly sophisticated operations by malicious programs were also noted in Q3 along with some tried-and-tested methods: innocuous QR codes are now being used to conceal malware and computers are facing threats even before their operating systems start as cybercriminals revisit BIOS infection methods.