Tag archive: internet of things

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Ring ring…

Nokia released the new communicator, Nokia E7, last month in few selected Western European markets. Operators in Finland have stated that the sales have been good, especially among the business users (ranking on 13th place in February among the most sold phones of Elisa). I found the patriot in me, and decided to support the […]
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Published March 17, 2011 in , .


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Tomorrow never knows

The numbers are in! End of last week Samsung completed the list of Q3 reporting from the big ones (except RIM who has a different reporting cycle). Before the reports a few of us had a quick back-of-the-envelope exercise predicting the results of device volumes. The results are shown in Figure 1 below (closest bet […]
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Published November 2, 2010 in , .


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Highway to heaven…. or not..

Does PCC and DPI, Policy Charging & Control and Deep Packet Inspection, sound familiar to you? Two dull acronyms at first sight, they might hold the key to operator profitable and consumer attractive mobile broadband. As a concept it comes as a win-win where consumers get better quality out of their connections and operators find […]
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Published October 29, 2010 in , .


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Vamos a la Fira, oh o-o-o-oh

I admit it upfront, this is my 20th Mobile World Congress (missed the one in Nice 1991, wonder why, now I remember, I was busy building a GSM network). 650 people at the first one I attended in Rome (we thought it was huge) and now probably close to 50.000 people. I’m not alone doing […]
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Published February 12, 2010 in , .


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iPad…Can’t help falling in love…

Reactions to Apple product announcements follow a familiar pattern. First, hype-building speculations and guesses around the specific nature of the announcement. Second, bashing comments and complaints on what was announced. It remains to be seen this time around if the third phase will be repeated, the one with general amazement over the market’s demand for […]
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Published February 4, 2010 in , .


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First things first…

You’ve all seen it, slick smartphones, floods of applications and new 4G 100Mbit/s mobile broadband networks. These developments offer a promising outlook and reasons to be excited. But how about making a plain old phone call or sending an SMS, judging from my Christmas experience it’s not always that easy. Entering a new decade the […]
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Published January 8, 2010 in , .


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The Magical Mystery Tour – LTE goes public

TeliaSonera takes the lead on exploring new domains and launches the world’s first commercial LTE network!  That’s all great, but what should we expect from these very first steps into the future? Walking down to the TeliaSonera store on the opening day, some things are just as you would expect from a grand opening, including […]
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Published December 16, 2009 in , .


Engagements, Sourcing

Management of Multi Operator Core Network implementation project

Northstream supported a European shared network operator to implement Multi Operator Core Network technology. With a dedicated on-site expert, Northstream was responsible to secure project progress and set up contact interfaces and manage relations between all involved parties, including suppliers and the operators sharing network. Northstream developed the Project Plan and High Level Design, as […]
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Published December 2, 2009 in , .