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Digital Services was established with the purpose of developing new services in the digital economy, focusing specifically on Internet services that Telenor Group and partners will deliver globally. Substantial innovation efforts are channelled through Digital Services, and Telenor Group has high ambitions for the services that are being developed.
Telewings has already applied for prequalification to participate in the upcoming spectrum auction. A final decision on whether to participate or not will be made before the auction starts.
Latest release of SpeechStorm software is now available for hosted and on-premise deployment of customer self-service applications
Belfast, 3 July, 2012 – Leader in phone-based and mobile customer service solutions, SpeechStorm, has made available the Eastwood release of its self-service software, delivering improved SpeechStorm Control Centre performance, new telecoms applications and exciting new mobile self-service capabilities.
Eastwood was made available to SpeechStorm’s hosted IVR and speech self-service customers in June and early feedback from those using it is that the performance improvement in the Control Centre – SpeechStorm’s easy-to-use web-based management console – has been dramatic.
Auto-Qualified SiRFstarVe Quad-GNSS Location Engine Offering Unique Radio Frequency Interference Immunity Capabilities to be Presented at Telematics Detroit
Telematics Detroit 2012, Novi, Michigan, USA – 6 June 2012 - CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) today debuted its first product based on theSiRFstarV™ architecture, a quad-GNSS location platform designed to support GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Compass systems and optimized to address the ever more demanding needs of the auto industry. Designed for automotive market AEC-Q100 qualification requirements and able to operate in either engine or tracker modes, the SiRFstarVe is able to break through ambient electrical noise and radio interference to provide automotive Tier One suppliers and OEMs around the world with continuous, highly accurate positioning capabilities for their next generation of in-dash navigation and telematics applications in cars, trucks and other moveable assets requiring automotive-qualified devices.
CSR moves aggressively to meet burgeoning automotive customer demand for next-generation wireless connectivity
Telematics Detroit 2012, Novi, Michigan – 6 June 2012 – CSR plc (LSE: CSR; NASDAQ: CSRE) today announced availability of the CSR6030A11™, its most powerful and feature-rich automotive-qualified standalone Wi-Fi solution. CSR introduced the CSR6000™ family of automotive-grade platforms in April 2011 and, in close collaboration with automotive manufacturers, has since continued updating the company’s Wi-Fi solution to meet and exceed customer expectations. Representing a significant R&D investment, CSR’s new automotive Wi-Fi solution offers a number of significant advancements. In addition to improvements to the Wi-Fi performance, the CSR6030A11 offers “Concurrent Network Mode” – the capability to support Wi-Fi connectivity on two networks at the same time. In addition, CSR6030A11 is Wi-Fi Direct™ compliant, meaning that the CSR6030A11 can connect directly to other Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Wi-Fi Direct™ devices without relying on a hotspot for that connection. These capabilities give system designers greatly increased flexibility in supporting a much greater range of network topologies and use cases within the rapidly-changing, in-car consumer communications and entertainment environment.
London, UK – May 25th 2012 – Consumer engagement specialists, Telecom Express, today announced their recent investment in Fantasy League, the originators of the fantasy sports concept and Professional fantasy football (www.fantasyleague.com). The combined expertise of both parties will enable increased product development and broader market penetration in order to take the company to the next level.
Fantasy League was formed in 1991, the first company to introduce the fantasy sports concept outside of the US. Initially they offered a fantasy football newspaper game, radio show and television programme, where players picked their fantasy team of real life footballers and scored points based on their performances. Fantasy League then introduced online games in 1996 and mobile games in 2000, as well as introducing games on additional sports, music, film, property and finance.