The products will be sold under the Siemens HiNet, and 3Com SuperStack II and CoreBuilder brand names. The gateways will essentially act much like current public branch exchange telecommunications devices, or PBXs--the equipment used to connect corporations to phone services. Those PBXs were not built to handle data traffic--a fact 3Com and Siemens hope will spur sales of the gateway technology. Corporations that implement data-based computer telephony will likely see large cost savings on their phone bill, given the use of a data network to transmit voice calls rather than the phone network of a long distance provider.
John Sculley tells Bloomberg Television that the iPhone maker needs to revamp its supply chain to make cheaper smartphones, As rumors resume that Apple is readying a less green sea turtle iphone case expensive iPhone, one of Apple's former chief executives believes the company needs to revamp its supply chain to meet demand for cheaper smartphones, As developed nations hit the smartphone saturation point, Apple will have to turn its attention to customers in developing nations who can't afford high-end handsets, John Sculley said today in an interview with Bloomberg Television..
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It goes without saying that all the mystery into what the next iPhone will look like, inside and out, are certain to be unveiled at the "Let's talk iPhone" event Apple's holding next week, A pair of green sea turtle iphone case new rumors suggests that Apple's next iPhone will sport a bigger screen and a faster data connection, It's not a first for either claim, A new pair of reports suggest that changes are headed to Apple's next iPhone in the form of a bigger screen and a considerably faster data connection, The first comes from Japanese outlet PC Watch, (via Mac blog Macotakara), which reported on a slide shown by carrier China Unicom at this week's Macworld Asia, suggesting that the iPhone 5 will add support for HSPA+ technology, HSPA+ is the standard that has a theoretical download speed of 21Mbps, up from the 7.2Mbps HSDPA/HSUPA 3G hardware that ships in the iPhone 4, In the United States, both AT&T and T-Mobile support HSPA+ on their networks..
No date was given for closing the deal, which is subject to the usual regulatory approvals in both the U.S. and Canada. The Swedish communications giant gets the GSM operations for $70 million in cash. It had already acquired Nortel's CDMA and LTE business in North America. Ericsson is slowly building its wireless business by scooping up parts of struggling Nortel. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.