Leading small cells innovator and system builder, ip.access, today announced
a new breed of small cells designed around the concept of ‘Presence'. The
first of its new P-series of Presence Cells will unlock a range of new
solutions and revenue opportunities. Presence Cells are based on FSM® small
cells solutions, products of Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of
Announcing the development, CEO Simon Brown said: "Presence Cells are about
capturing data and providing supporting services and value. It's a completely
new breed of small cells with unique capabilities to support an exciting but
specific vertical segment's need."
The company said the new small cells unlock the capture of presence data and
support mobile phone location authentication to enable a range of new
solutions including retail analytics, mobile finance and mobile promotions.
Beyond t... (more)
This year at CeBIT, PDF Association members are focusing on practical uses
for PDF/A-3. This version of the ISO standard opens up many new potential
applications, as it allows any format file to be embedded into a PDF/A
document. One prominent example of this is the ZUGFeRD data model, which
specifies PDF/A-3 as the carrier format for exchanging digital invoices.
Accordingly, Association members will show how businesses can create and work
with ZUGFeRD-compliant invoices. Email archiving is another practical use for
PDF/A-3, as this third version of the standard can combine both ... (more)
With a new generation of connected citizens bringing fresh thinking to the
technology industry, the 6th Future of Wireless International Conference will
focus on how emerging wireless innovation can deliver significant benefits to
societies and economies. Some 400 delegates from around the world will be
converging on The Møller Centre and Churchill College in Cambridge on 30
June and 1 July to explore how the wireless industry can be a major force for
As well as input from leading humanitarian and international development
specialists, the 6th annual Future of Wi... (more)
Royal support for Engine Shed's growth mission and latest robotics at BRL
HRH The Duke of York, KG, travelled to Bristol yesterday [10 February] to
meet with entrepreneurs in the city's innovative new Engine Shed and to visit
the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) to gain an insight into the latest
advances in robotics research.
The Duke, who previously visited the University of Bristol's SETsquared
Centre in 2011, made his latest visit to see the pioneering centre in its new
home by Bristol Temple Meads.
The LEP also announced today that 12 member businesses from the Bath and
CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems Limited), the developer of the world's
first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile
networks, today announces R&TTE (Radio and Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment) compliance of its solution.
CCS's pioneering self-organising small cell backhaul system has been
successfully tested for compliance to ETSI (European Telecommunications
Standards Institute) standards and is CE-marked for commercial sale. The
system is now in commercial pilots with major mobile network operators
worldwide. CCS will be showcasing its solutio... (more)