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Showing posts from November 16, 2013

The Global Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Association (GMA) bolsters its group.

Henceforth SoftBank Mobile and Bell Mobility, join the cooperation. This means, the collaboration of six leading operators (Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telecom Italia, TeliaSonera, SoftBank Mobile and Bell Mobility) in Europe, Asia and North America aim to enable the seamless delivery of advanced M2M services, allowing users to deploy and effectively manage M2M solutions and innovations across

Orange continues its collaboration with NUMA, the digital innovation hub in Paris: stakes and opportunities.

In its global strategy around the digital ecosystem, Orange supports a set of initiatives like the digital co-working facility La Cantine in Paris and the start-up accelerator Le Camping de Paris since their inception. NUMA joins this list as an innovation hub, with the goal to strength its position as one of the major’s innovation partner to the digital ecosystem. This means, Orange’s involvement takes the form of financial support as well as

ITT Corporation bolsters its partnership with Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA).

The stake here is to provide funding for an energy infrastructure project in Mekelle, Ethiopia. In fact in this project, ITT’s contribution will help to improve the electrical infrastructure at the Mekelle School for the Blind. This means, the redesigned system will better distribute the school’s limited power supply and will correct safety concerns associated with inadequate wiring and

Connectikpeople security alert this morning concerns Cisco IOS Software (SIP) and BlackBerry Link for Blackberry 10 Operating Systems.

In fact, Cisco has released a security advisory to address a vulnerability in Cisco IOS Software Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to trigger a memory leak or a device

Here is the latest analysis of South Africa's Telecoms markets and research on leading companies in the country.

In this report captured by Connectikpeople, Business monitor International highlights: ·Industry forecasts on the future strength of South Africa's Telecommunications market, covering the fixed-line, mobile and internet segments, ·analysis of the latest regulatory developments and corporate news, including investment activity, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and partnerships, ·Leading operators and manufacturers are fully profiled, highlighting their quarterly financial performance, capital expenditure plans and latest contracts.

For our Chromebook lovers, Acer announced a touchscreen for 299 Euros.

The new HP Chromebook 11 and Google’s Chromebook Pixel are a real success in terms of sales and user experience. In this momentum, Acer is looking to expand its C720 Chromebook line-up with another device, which is billed as the second-ever touchscreen Chromebook after Google’s Chromebook Pixel.  Available on Amazon France, in pre-order for 299 euros, Acer C720P-29552G03aii will be launch soon. The specifications of this Acer Chromebook are similar to C720 apart from odd changes in SSD size and RAM. Connectikpeople has captured the following Acer C720P-29552G03aii key

MTN Group and Hello Doctor have partnered to deliver mobile health (m-health) solutions across Africa.

Here we talk about a mobile health solution across Africa. This means that, MTN and Hello Doctor bring a solution designed to work with the local General Practitioners (GPs) to ensure that consumers receive the right information before seeing a doctor. For those who unfamiliar, Connectikpeople recalls that Hello Doctor allows people access to trusted, in-depth medical information combined with professional insights and advice from registered medical doctors across