Showing posts from February 24, 2014

The Blackphone is a smartphone designed to put privacy and security front and center.

Deeply preoccupied by your privacy (contacts, text, calls…) the Blackphone possibly can help you. Announced in January 2014, and pending the shipments in June 2014, the Blackphone is henceforth available for pre-order for about $629. For your privacy, the Blackphone is running an Android-based operating system called PrivatOS. It brings a firewall, remote wipe capabilities, and custom apps developed by the Silent Circle, including Silent Phone, Silent Text and Silent Contacts. observes that, those apps can encrypt your communications and route voice calls, meaning that, your calls are harder to track. But the presence of the

The new Samsung Galaxy S5 features and specs essential for the professionals.

Pending the official announcement this afternoon, the new Samsung Galaxy S5 brings S Health 3.0 with detailed tracking, Galaxy S5 packs a full HD Super AMOLED 5.25-inch display, 16MP rear camera, front camera, Android 4.4, 2800 mAh battery, LTE and USB 3.0. The professionals with their Galaxy S5 will also be able to harness the fingerprint scanner, the Snapdragon 801 and 3GB of RAM. Without forget that the smartphone is water and dust resistant (IP67), brings new Magazine page sits on the left-most homescreen

Les ‘dangers’ potentiels des services Cloud publics tels que, OneDrive, DropBox, Box, Google Docs et autres.

Quant on parle de Cloud Public, on se réfère surtout aux plateformes internet grand public comme OneDrive, DropBox, Box, Google Docs et autres, où n’importe qui peut facilement stocker et échanger les documents, photos, vidéo et autres formats. Ce sont donc des services qui accueillent tout le monde, ce qui explique entre autres leur popularité chez les professionnels et

Here is how and why Alcatel-Lucent aims to help Mobile Network Operators become more efficient, responsive and innovative.

With its great interest for IP networks, 4GLTE technologies and services, combined with the increasing mobile data demand, Alcatel-Lucent more than ever, is deeply engaged to achieve its plan SHIFT. In addition to its bold NFV roadmap, including virtualized EPC, IMS and LTE RAN to help Mobile Network Operators become more efficient, responsive and innovative, henceforth, Alcatel-Lucent and Intel will focus on three areas to accelerate the development of three Alcatel-Lucent platforms optimized on Intel architecture to

Trafic de vidéo mobile et d’autres gros fichiers : le nouveau logiciel eMBMS d’Expway au secours des opérateurs télécoms.

Sans doute que la consommation de vidéos sur mobile va croissante, à un rythme très élevé. La vidéo sera la chose la plus partagée, diffusée et manipulée sur mobile dès les prochaines années. Certaines études (Intel Corporation) parlent 70 % de tout le trafic mobile comme contenu vidéo, d’ici 2017. Ce qui n’est pas exagéré pour observer également que la diffusion vidéo et la multidiffusion seront un service capital dans l’offre future des

The software markets of the Middle East in 2014: stakes and opportunities.

The petro-dollars boom, in the Middle East, progressively draws, important investments in Infrastructure, IT services, Mobility, and Security. This conjuncture is subject to a set of reports like the recent study from IDC International Data Corporation (IDC): 'Middle East Software Market 2014 Top 10 Predictions'. This report captured by, predicts that, the software markets of the Middle East will be in the great curve in 2014, and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are stimulating this expansion through the initiation of infrastructure projects and implementation of citizen services.
IDC believes that the focus for 2014 will be on how organizations in the Middle East jointly manage the proliferation of different device form factors, tackle the complexity of the threat landscape, and address the inevitable IT infrastructure spreading that will occur as uptake of 3rd Platform technologies such as cloud, Big Data, mobility, and

Enterprise applications with mobile on-the-go services: IBM paves its way.

Cloud and Mobility trend oblige, IBM continues to consolidate and to enrich its supports (IBM zEnterprise), announcing lower costs and time-reduced, needed when it required. In this post, aims to underscore the benefits of a cloud delivery model to communications networks. Despite certain legitimate reluctances (budget constraints, privacy…), observes that, the new IBM System z Solution for Mobile Computing can help users to utilize the mainframe as the system of record to quickly extend enterprise applications. In fact, we talk about offerings designed to help communications service providers speed deployment of new services and opportunities to create new solutions tailored

Innovating technologies to optimize 2G, 3G and 4G networks: the real value of Astellia.

Congrats! Astellia, for this new momentum, is aware that, Mobile operators need transition to 4G, to meet increasing demand for mobility and improve the user experience. This transition also helps them, reduce their OPEX / CAPEX while guaranteeing their subscribers with the best customer experience. recalls that, Astellia, is a provider of network and subscriber intelligence for mobile operators. By acquiring Ingenia Telecom, provider of network analysis and radio optimization solutions for mobile operators, Astellia reinforces its E2E offering adding new capabilities of RAN and SON analysis. Ingenia Telecom has developed innovating technologies to optimize 2G, 3G and 4G networks, has putted in place, great R&D department, and has established a strong

Companies that are showing enthusiasm for dedicated private cloud solutions: Metaclouds talks to you, with its Hosted Private Cloud.

Officially available since last week, has been seduced by the following approach: hosted infrastructure, a multi-tenant cloud platform, dedicated high-performance hardware, redundant block storage, on-demand provisioning, and 24x7 cloud operations, with five hosting locations to choose from including international sites. If unfamiliar, Metacloud, Inc., deploys OpenStack as a service. With the new Metacloud Hosted Private Cloud, the company delivers an extension of its current