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Momentum is building towards the next generation of mobile networks. 5G will be lightning quick, and will also connected billions of ‘things’. Here is part one of your MEF guide to the mobile technology of the 2020s…
Earlier this month a consortium of European mobile operators pitched regulators with its plans for rolling out 5G. Its 5G Manifesto put a fresh focus on high speed mobile broadband. Not that 5G has ever lacked for attention.
In our Spotlight interview, we learned how Syniverse approaches security and privacy in the brand/consumer relationship globally. But how does the global transaction processor approach doing business in the uniquely challenging Chinese market?
We spoke with Dave Ratner, President of Enterprise Solutions during GMIC Beijing about Syniverse’ business in China and how the company enables brands and enterprises to “connect, engage, interact and protect” its mobile first customers.
Get the latest announcements from MEF Members across the mobile ecosystem globally in this weekly review of member news…
Indonesia’s financial institutions and retailers can easily accept EMV, NFC and bill payments thanks to Wirecard and Ingenico’s POS terminal partnership.
Find out the week’s top mobile stories from around the world.
This week.. Japan buys ARM for $32 billion, Apple is making billions from Pokemon Go, China’s gamers are spending more on iOS than Americans, and much more.
Japan’s Softbank has agreed to acquire ARM Holdings, the giant U.K. semiconductor firm that supplies part of the chip design used in Apple iPhones, in a deal worth more than $32 billion, the companies announced on Monday.