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Radisys T-40 mobile data platform picked by India's Mahindra Comviva

Radisys Corporation announced that Mahindra Comviva, a value-added service provider based in India, has selected Radisys' T-40 Series Ultra Platform to deliver services for a Tier 1 service provider customer in the Middle East.

Centri's optimization, policy control technology in early operator trials

Centri Technology, which rolled out its mobile network management and optimization platform in February, is working with two mobile operators--one each in North America and in Europe--on early trials of its technology, according to a top company executive.

Oracle adds Tekelec to growing telecom arsenal

Oracle Communications announced a deal to buy Tekelec for an undisclosed amount, adding to Oracle's growing in-house network control capabilities

Startup Vasona touts cell-level traffic shaping

Vasona Networks is using traffic-shaping techniques to help operators optimize networks by the cell, enabling them to address specific target areas impacted by traffic congestion.

Wi-Fi forecasts highlight differentiation, monetization

Tis the season for industry predictions, and my inbox is filling up with them. Most of the predictions are, well, fairly predictable, but a handful regarding the future of carrier-grade Wi-Fi grabbed my eye, particularly because they relate to news that broke this week.

VC funding flows to Openet, Row 44

Two companies with wireless industry expertise, Openet and Row 44, are benefiting from late spring venture capital investments.

Diametriq is the new blood in Diameter market

Diametriq, the newest player trying to make a name for itself in Diameter signaling control for LTE networks, is targeting smaller operators that need a more flexible platform. Control signaling for...

Verizon's network optimization policy is about pricing as much as the network

Verizon Wireless' (NYSE:VZ) decision to deploy and--to give the carrier credit--fully explain its "network optimization" techniques (don't call it throttling!) is the latest signal that the carrier

Alcatel-Lucent debuts tool to help carriers manage data traffic

BARCELONA, Spain--Alcatel Lucent (NASDAQ:ALU) has developed a new tool to help operators better understand and manage the growing amount of data traffic over their wireless networks. Called the

MWC Preview: Data pricing, LTE deployments to dominate operator discussions

At this year's Mobile World Congress, expect to see representatives from all the major U.S. operators--including Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S). The CDMA/WiMAX operator will host an event Tuesday, Feb. 15,