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Case Study: Ruckus Wireless
Like all fast-growing companies, Ruckus Wireless needed to continue to innovate quickly, speed products to market, manage costs, and meet quality and regulatory

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Deutsche Telekom to Acquire VoiceStream Wireless
Due to national security concerns we do not believe this foreign acquisition will be allowed to close. On the off chance that the government approves the

wireless internet card  Telekom to Acquire VoiceStream Wireless Deutsche Telekom to Acquire VoiceStream Wireless P. Hayes - August 22, 2000 Event Summary FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) - Deutsche Telekom has agreed to pay $50.7 billion for VoiceStream Wireless Corp., giving Europe's biggest telecom company its first foothold in the United States. Market Impact We expect that the deal will face a good deal of static interference from the US government, as the German Government has a majority ownership of Deutsche Telekom. However, Read More
Top 10 Concerns of Buying a VoIP Business Phone System
As more companies switch to business voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for their telecommunications, many have learned the hard lessons of working with the

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Novatel Wireless and Diversinet Team Up to Provide Security for Wireless Modems
The Minstrel Wireless Modem from Novatel Wireless is a solid unit in and of itself, however the addition of secure certificate transactions will increase sales

wireless internet card  Novatel Wireless Inc., a wireless Internet company, to integrate Diversinet's security technology with Novatel Wireless' Minstrel family of Wireless Palmtop Modems. Market Impact Novatel Wireless who has just filed a statement of registration for an Initial Public Offering is addressing a core component of the wireless industry, which is glossed over by many, Security. Novatel will OEM Diversinet's end-to-end client software coupled with a Passport Certificate Server on the back end or server side Read More
Emerging Services for Wireless Carrier Networks--Design Abstract
The transition to IP A wireless carrier s national or regional next generation core network will be an all-IP network in the sense that IP will be the network

wireless internet card  functions required by mobile wireless networks and the public switched telephone network (PSTN) . Like other technologies that have moved from TDM to IP packet networks, SS7 over IP (SS7oIP) is quickly gaining momentum. Dramatic advances across several fronts, from standards work in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to much higher levels of reliability and availability, are laying the groundwork. SS7 is the ubiquitous standard used by phone companies worldwide to enable call setup, control, Read More
Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth
Oracle is one of the first software companies to implement the Internet computing model for developing and deploying enterprise software across its entire

wireless internet card  Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is the No.1 database software vendor with approx. 50% market share, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest ERP vendor (after SAP) with $2.1 billion revenue in 1998 (approx. 12% of global ERP market), and 6000 installations worldwide. It maintains a presence in 145 countries, with more Read More
IBM Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things
IBM has introduced a new appliance designed to help organizations to communicate with millions of mobile devices and sensors around the world. The new offering

wireless internet card  Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things IBM has introduced a new appliance designed to help organizations to communicate with millions of mobile devices and sensors around the world. The new offering is called IBM MessageSight and will be able to communicate with and gather information from devices varying from mobile phones and tablets to automobiles to house appliances. IBM MessageInsight is built using IBM’s Message Queuing Telemetry Transport Technology (MQTT), which enables it Read More
PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 2: Strengths and Challenges
PeopleSoft invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop new Internet-based enterprise applications. It now has a pure Internet platform a new

wireless internet card  - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 2: Strengths and Challenges PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 2: Strengths and Challenges P.J. Jakovljevic - June 6, 2001 Executive Summary  PeopleSoft, Inc. is one of the leading developers of enterprise business applications, which helps governments, higher education institutions and large-to-medium sized corporations manage human resources (HR), financials, supply chain management (SCM), customer relationship Read More
OutlookSoft Case Study: Cingular Wireless
When BellSouth and SBC merged to become Cingular Wireless in 2000, four issues concerned everyone: centralizing the storage of business information; improving

wireless internet card  Case Study: Cingular Wireless When BellSouth and SBC merged to become Cingular Wireless in 2000, four issues concerned everyone: centralizing the storage of business information; improving access to, and reporting from, performance management processes; streamlining and standardizing analysis tools; and integrating data sources with different systems and platforms to create a single version of the truth. The solution: OutlookSoft’s unified business process management application. Read More
Advertising Online - A Guide to Successful Market Penetration Part One: Why Internet Advertising
Online advertising is no longer an option, it is a requirement. Sales analysis and customer information gathering are just a few of the benefits.

wireless internet card  Online - A Guide to Successful Market Penetration Part One: Why Internet Advertising Why Internet Advertising? Online advertising in the past year has proven to be no longer an option, but a requirement. With billions of pages on the web, companies are increasingly feeling the pressure to advertise online to bolster corporate presence, B2B and B2C revenues and to also turn their websites into sources for acquiring client information. Indeed, statistics show that more and more business is being c Read More
The Looming Crisis in Cross-jurisdictional Internet Sales Tax Compliance
By some estimates, there are over 8,000 sales taxing jurisdictions in the US—and they implement from 900 to more than 3,000 rate and tax-rule changes every year

wireless internet card  Looming Crisis in Cross-jurisdictional Internet Sales Tax Compliance By some estimates, there are over 8,000 sales taxing jurisdictions in the US—and they implement from 900 to more than 3,000 rate and tax-rule changes every year. Understandably, the accountants who try to guide small to medium businesses (SMBs) through the intricacies of tax compliance are having a hard time of it. However, solutions are emerging that are uniquely suited to SMB needs for sales tax compliance. Read More
Credit Card Fraud Detection: Advanced Analytics in Action or Pure Luck?
Have you ever wondered how credit card companies are capable of detecting purchases that a particular card holder did not make? Do these companies make use of

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eMachines Considering Internet Appliance
eMachines, Inc., is considering a foray into the

wireless internet card  Considering Internet Appliance Event Summary [ZDNet News, 11/18/99] eMachines Inc., the Irvine, Calif., company best known for making cheap PCs, is eyeing appliances. Its top executive hinted that the company is ready to jump into the market for even cheaper, special purpose Internet-enabled devices. eMachines will put one in our roadmap soon, said president Stephen Dukker. I do believe there is a market for these devices. We view it as truly a different market from the PC space. (It is) for Read More
Host-to-Windows Printing: Brooks Internet Software
A major challenge for IT managers is that much of the data they need in Windows environments is stored in iSeries and Mainframe host systems. Traditionally

wireless internet card  to-Windows Printing: Brooks Internet Software A major challenge for IT managers is that much of the data they need in Windows environments is stored in iSeries and Mainframe host systems. Traditionally, unlocking this data and making it available in Windows environments for further processing has involved major reprogram¬ming, and significant resource investments. There are, however, simple solutions that address the jump from host to Windows. Read More
Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger
It is startling how much has changed in Oracle’s applications business during the last two years. Oracle is indisputably the most reformed applications vendor

wireless internet card  Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger P.J. Jakovljevic - September 19, 2000 Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is still the No.1 database software vendor, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest enterprise applications vendor (after SAP) with $2.7 billion revenue in its fiscal 2000 (slightly Read More
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