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ANGA CABLE: Hitron and Anyfi to demonstrate seamless and secure Wi-Fi mobility with “no touch” authentication
Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Malmö, Sweden – June 8, 2012
Hitron Technologies Inc. ® (TAIEX: 2419), a leading supplier of DOCSIS products, and Anyfi Networks AB, a leading provider of Wi-Fi mobility solutions, today announced that they will jointly demonstrate Anyfi.net technology integrated in a DOCSIS 3.0 eMTA at the ANGA Cable trade show in Cologne, Germany, June 12-14.
Anyfi.net technology lets an Internet Service Provider leverage existing Wi-Fi assets, such as Wi-Fi equipped cable modems, to create mobile Wi-Fi services with unparalleled security and ease of use. “We call it ZERO sign-on because there is really nothing your subscribers need to do to connect” explained Johan Almbladh, CTO of Anyfi Networks. “With Anyfi.net you can use credentials that are already stored in the mobile device, e.g. the home WPA passphrase, for authentication. From a user’s point of view it’s like their own home Wi-Fi is everywhere and their device just automatically connects.”
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.
Companies enable mobile operators to extend new IMS-based voice and messaging services over existing Wi-Fi networks
New Orleans, Louisiana – Kineto Wireless, Inc., an innovator in the mobile industry, andTaqua® LLC., a leading supplier of convergence switching and small cell deployment solutions, today announced a joint solution that enables mobile operators to include Wi-Fi as part of their Voice over LTE (VoLTE) deployment strategy.
(Ledbury, 17th April, 2012) Train operators can no longer afford to be without on-board train WiFi systems, argues Transport and Wireless Consultancy BWCS who will host a Conference on the subject this June.
Graham Wilde, CEO of BWCS claims that “The fight for passengers is getting fierce and train companies cannot be left without WiFi which can be an important weapon in this scrap,” . “Every single new long-distance competitor in Europe has seen WiFi on board as an important lure for new passengers. This in turn forces incumbents to get their act together and respond” he argues. “Besides helping in the dog-fight for passengers, the new services will also offer a heady combination of new cost-saving applications for the train operators as well as new, income-generating, entertainment services for their passengers.”
|BODY||Dimensions||241.2 x 185.7 x 9.4 mm|
|DISPLAY||Type||LED-backlit IPS TFT, capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors|
|Size||1536 x 2048 pixels, 9.7 inches (~264 ppi pixel density)|
|Protection||Scratch-resistant glass, oleophobic coating|
|3.5mm jack||Yes, check quality|
|Internal||16/32/64 GB storage, 1 GB RAM|