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Smartphones, tablets give GaAs device market some gas

Smartphones and tablets are expected to fuel growth in 'gallium arsenide device' revenues over the next couple of years, with GaAs device revenues to reach $6.1 billion in 2017--up from $5.3 billion in 2012--according to the latest stats from Strategy Analytics.

Aruba unveils cloud-based Wi-Fi management

Aruba Networks this week unveiled a cloud-based Wi-Fi management service designed for medium-sized businesses as well as enterprises with multiple branches.

Cloud-based commercial fleet telematics units to reach 16.8 million by 2018

The number of cloud-based commercial fleet telematics units is forecast by ABI Research to reach 16.8 million units by the end  of 2018, up from 1.1 million in 2012.

Cisco, Aruba, Ruckus leaders in enterprise Wi-Fi market, says IDC

Cisco, Aruba Networks and Ruckus Wireless are leaders in the enterprise Wi-Fi market according to IDC's latest MarketScape report.

SMBs investing in mobility to improve employee productivity, IDC survey finds

Improving end-user productivity is the main driver for small and medium-sized businesses investing in mobility, according to a survey by research firm IDC.

Post-season is not the only thing Major League Baseball is preparing for

As Major League Baseball prepares for the post-season playoffs, it's also laying the groundwork for teams to take advantage of fans with Bluetooth-enabled smartphones.

Latin America, emerging Asia-Pacific region to zoom past US, Europe in 4G LTE deployments

Latin America and the emerging Asia-Pacific region are forecast by Analysys Mason to zoom past the United States and Western Europe in high-speed 4G LTE deployments.

Mobility changing the way enterprises deploy, use unified communications

Mobility is changing the way enterprises are buying, deploying and using unified communications, according to research firm Canalys.

National Australia Bank hangs up on desk phones, trials BYOD

The National Australia Bank has decided to forego installation of desk phones for about 40 percent of its workstations at its new Melbourne office in favor of encouraging employees to bring their own mobile phones to work, according to a report by iT News. 

Mobile payment system will require 'significant infrastructure investment,' says Ovum

Financial services institutions will need to make "significant infrastructure investment," particularly in value-added services if the mobile payment market is to take off, observed research firm Ovum.