By Anne Morris Recent first-quarter results published by operators across Europe provided a stark reminder of the issues they continue to face, with revenues flat or down and profitability tough to...
The economic downturn, increased regulation that has affected call termination rates and roaming costs, and the onslaughts from over-the-top players have created a perfect storm for operators. Operators are now taking steps to protect their future businesses, and are exploring ways to boost revenue, but monetising data is hard to do.
FairSearch, a coalition of 17 technology and search firms including Microsoft , Nokia, Oracle, Expedia and Hotwire, has filed a formal complaint with European antitrust regulators alleging that Google is exploiting its open-source Android mobile operating system to "cement its control over consumer Internet data for online advertising as usage shifts to mobile."
Oracle Communications announced a deal to buy Tekelec for an undisclosed amount, adding to Oracle's growing in-house network control capabilities
Oracle made another move to bolster its telecom equipment portfolio, reaching a deal Monday to acquire Tekelec for an undisclosed sum.
We're all friends here, so we can be honest--right? Okay. In the broader tech world, telecom isn't always seen as the sexiest or coolest segment of the market.
Oracle said it will buy networking vendor Acme Packet in a deal valued at $2.1 billion, pushing it deeper into the wired and wireless networking market at a time when wired broadband and mobile data traffic is increasing.
Oracle reached a deal on Monday to acquire Acme Packet, a session border controller vendor, for $2.1 billion, enhancing its enterprise and service provider service capabilities.
The nonprofit App Quality Alliance unveiled its Quality App Directory, a free resource enabling consumers and businesses to identify accredited Android services.
Nokia announced an agreement to integrate its location services platform into Oracle's business applications. Per terms of the new partnership, Oracle users can now license Nokia Location Platform services directly from the handset maker.