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2005-01-17 Tackling push-to-talk challenges in handsets
As the available bandwidth for cellular devices increases with 2.5G and 3G wireless networks, the market potential for packet-based applications such as PoC is expected to develop rapidly.
2004-03-19 Push-to-talk interoperability tests begin
Four major wireless infrastructure and phone vendors said Tuesday (March 16, 2004) they have started interoperability testing for their push-to-talk (PTT) products.
2013-07-03 SIP compatible device paired with Rava-enabled touch screens
Barix's Annuncicom 200-Rava establishes compatibility between Rava-enabled touch screens without a central server allowing customers to continue using existing devices when upgrading to Rava screens.
2004-10-12 Motorola deploys PoC solutions in Taiwan
Motorola Inc. has announced the commercial deployment of Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) solutions on a general packet radio service (GPRS) network in Asia-Pacific for Taiwan-based Chunghwa Telecom (CHT).
2004-05-19 Maxis, Motorola start PoC trial
Motorola Inc.'s Global Telecom Solutions Sector (GTSS) announced that Maxis Communications Berhad has begun a trial of its push-to-talk over cellular (PoC) solution which enables people to connect with one or many users at the push of a button via their mobile phones.
2006-06-22 Agilent, Sonim offer PoC test capability
Agilent Technologies and Sonim Technologies have announced a joint effort to provide Push to Talk over Cellular test capability on Agilent's Wireless Communications Test Set.
2003-09-12 Telecom operators develop new mobile specification
Ericsson, Siemens, Nokia, and Motorola have announced the completion of a jointly developed Push to talk over Cellular (PoC) specification based on the IMS as defined by 3GPP.
2003-07-22 TransChip rolls out a single-chip CMOS imager
TransChip is targeting mobile handset vendors seeking to upgrade cellphones to popular camera phones with a single-chip CMOS image sensor that integrates image processing and compression along with LCD controller functions.
2004-02-26 Siemens optimistic on 3G, fixed-to-mobile convergence
After three years of waffling on predictions of the thus far slow-to-start 3G roll-out, Siemens predicted an optimistic future for 3G market at its press conference Monday (February 23, 2004).
2008-08-27 Samsung WOW 3G service shines in Beijing Olympics
Samsung Electronics' Wireless Olympic Works (WOW) service and official handsets using 3G communications platform were supplied to the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Beijing Olympic Games.
2008-01-03 Qualcomm's legal misfortunes persist
It seems that the Broadcom-Qualcomm battle will never cease with a federal judge issuing an injunction this week (Dec. 31) against Qualcomm Inc.'s continued infringement of three Broadcom patents.
2005-05-10 Qualcomm rolls 4G vocoder
Qualcomm announced its Fourth-Generation Vocoder (4GV), a core voice codec suite that offers cdma2000 1X and 1xEV-DO operators the flexibility to make network adjustments that prioritize voice quality and network capacity
2005-07-28 Philips unveils 'first USB, USB OTG carkit transceivers'
Philips released what it touts as the industry's first family of USB and USB On-the-Go carkit transceivers, offering manufacturers a simple and cost-effective way to connect mobile devices to a carkit via a USB interface.
2004-09-21 Nokia, NEC complete interoperability of IMS
Nokia and NEC Corp. have completed the first phase interoperability testing between the two companies' IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS).
2004-05-10 Motorola opens innovation center in Swindon
Motorola Inc. has launched the EMEA Motorola Innovation Center in its facility in Swindon, in U.K.
2005-06-28 Microsoft aims to lead smartphone market within three years
The chief of Microsoft's mobile and embedded division is promising something that seems counterintuitive: a complex suite of features in a smart phone that's cheap and easy to use and in so doing take the lead in the smartphone market within three years.
2005-07-15 Kyocera, Pctel to develop software for future 3G phones
CDMA wireless phones and devices maker Kyocera Wireless Corp. and Pctel Inc. will cooperate in developing software for future 3G Kyocera handsets.
2004-08-27 Kodiak, Kyocera to market CDMA PTT solutions
Kyocera Wireless Corp. and Kodiak Networks have signed an alliance agreement to market Kyocera handsets supporting the Kodiak Real-time Exchange (RTX) platform worldwide.
2005-04-29 Kodiak Networks, Samsung to team on wireless handsets
Kodiak Networks, a supplier of advanced wireless voice systems, has announced a global strategic licensing and marketing agreement with Samsung Electronics to develop and market handsets.
2008-01-04 It's business as usual for Qualcomm despite injunction
Despite the ruling ordering Qualcomm to stop producing and selling 3G chipsets that infringe Broadcom patents, the company launched new UMTS devices that it says comply with the decision.
2010-11-10 Freescale targets two-way radio, smart meters
Two baseband IP efforts and IP for making all-CMOS radio transceivers let Freescale produce specialized SoCs for two-way radios, wireless medical monitors, smart meters and handsets.
2005-10-27 Development tool supports hardware-independent mobile test
Setcom's S-CAT 501 is a one-box tester facilitating the development and implementation of individual test scenarios during the engineering design phase of new mobile terminal applications.
2004-10-25 Agere sampling Class 12 Edge/GPRS reference designs
Agere claimed its latest reference platform for multimedia mobile phones based on GPRS/Edge technology can reduce handset time-to-market by up to three months.
2005-03-07 Aeroflex system tests apps running on major cellular phones
Aeroflex launched a development and conformance test system that can test applications running on all major cellular phones, including GSM/EGPRS and W-CDMA.
2006-10-17 19M low cost handsets to ship this year, says report
Nineteen million ultra low cost handsets will ship this year, with Motorola continuing to dominate the sector with an almost 80 percent share, according to Strategy Analytics.
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