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The FaceTime open standard that never happened

These were Steve Jobs' exact words, spoken almost three years ago at Apple's 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco: "We're going to the standards bodies, starting tomorrow, and we're going to make FaceTime an open industry standard." Although a lot has happened since then--Jobs' passing, a number of new iPads, iPhones and iOS updates--it is a promise that seems unlikely to be fulfilled anytime soon.

Comcast to offer subscribers HD videoconferencing option

Add another feather to the cap of cable TV provider Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA), which last month announced a deal with Skype to provide video calling to its cable customers. Today, the MVPD announced it

Hong Kong's CSL deploys faster HSPA+

Hong Kong operator CSL has deployed what it claims to be the first combination LTE network that features Dual Cell HSPA+ technology, called LTE/DC-HSPA+. The technology uses advanced multiplexing

Huawei, Sequans and Nokia Siemens make TD-LTE news

Huawei and chip maker Sequans Communications announced a partnership to develop and mature TD-LTE technology for the global market. Meanwhile, Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) said it successfully

CoroWare debuts telepresence billing framework

CoroWare has launched CoroWare Billing Integration Framework, a software solution integrating billing services from

Maravedis: How much data traffic do you consume?

We all know the stresses that data traffic growth is putting on wireless network capacity. In order to understand what is causing this explosive growth in data usage, one must first understand which

Zain Bahrain claims 70Mbps download speeds for LTE

Bahrain's Zain Bahrain demonstrated the capabilities of LTE, claiming it "achieved the region's highest-ever data download speed of 70Mbps" along with "a minimum latency of 15 milliseconds--the

Global telco service providers seizing the opportunity in managed telepresence

Managed telepresence services for multinational corporations will provide a significant stream of new revenues for global telecoms service providers in the next five years, even if operators are no