Tag: LTE

The Connected House at Mobile World Congress

There’s a rather cool venue at this year’s Mobile World Congress – it’s the house of the future. The GSMA has a ‘Connected House’ with a smart living room, bathroom, bedroom and many other aspects of connected living we can expect in the next few years and decades. We have discussed M2M, NFC and LTE […]

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When is innovation truly innovative? When it is a success.

It’s hard to pinpoint what makes something a success. Walking around the halls here at Mobile World Congress you see many new shiny gadgets, products and people clamoring to show you the latest service offering. However, not all of these make it beyond Barcelona. So, how can you tell when an offering is innovative and […]

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How will LTE / 4G affect app developers and publishers,…

In the latest post of our series answering questions from mobile influencers, here is our response to Mobile Heroes’ Helen Keegan. Helen provided us with a number of different questions this year, and you can read our answers to her M2M-related queries here. Helen asked us how LTE / 4G will affect the average app […]

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One year on

Today, dear reader, our blog is one year old. That’s right – our very first post was 365 days ago on 10th February 2011. We feel we have grown with the blog, expanding our hub to include a telecoms blog and one focused on enterprise security covering a multitude of topics and industries. While ‘Digital […]

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And the LTE award(s) goes to…

Our full-IP OTA & LTE UICC solution wins ‘Best enabling technology’ and Gemalto’s employee Patrice Beaudou receives the ‘Best contribution to LTE Standards’ at the LTE Awards yesterday.

We’ve made it to the final of the LTE Awards

We’re delighted to share the news that our work has been accredited with not one but two award nominations. The upcoming Informa LTE Awards, to be held in Amsterdam on 17th May, have recognised our contribution to commercial LTE deployments and our innovation in the development of this technology.