Getting The Full Download On DataOffload: Pre-MWC13 Exclusive With Birdstep Technology
Published on Tuesday February 12th, 2013, by Vanessa Vigar in Blog on http://www.ctoic.net.
In the run-up de MWC 2013, we interviewed Lonnie Schilling, newly appointed CEO of Swedish software compan ...
EasySmart now brings efficient and transparent policy-based traffic management to North America
We can now let the cat out of the bag! Birdstep has entered the North American market!
Birdstep is helping Sprint manage the mobile data boom with controlled and hassle-free offload to Wi-Fi throu ...
Why You Better Be On-Board With Mobile Data Offload
Mobile operators, it’s time to update your terminology because your customers have updated their expectations. Connectivity is so last year. What’s in now is data offloading. Secure, automatic data of ...
More than One Way to Connect, Even Internationally
Mobile workers have numerous options for connecting to their network. On a mobile phone using 3G, on a tablet connected to Wi-Fi, on a laptop or on a home desktop. And they can do so from any location ...
Quit Wasting Your Time – Stay Connected
Connectivity is something you never want to think about. Staying "connected" as a mobile worker should not take up half of your mobile workday. The more you have to think about the mechanics of workin ...
Birdstep goes to CommunicAsia
It's official! Birdstep is headed to Singapore and CommunicAsia 2011. We are excited to showcase our new connectivity and service management solution for mobile broadband providers, EasyConnect 3.1, a ...
Can the $15 Billion U.S. Mobile Market Handle the Data Explosion?
Why Operators Seek Birdstep EasyHelp To Relieve The Strain On Networks And Customer Service
According to wireless - data industry analyst Chetan Sharma, the U.S. wireless-data ...
Taking a Hybrid Approach to Data
This week, we address the second issue in our blog series "Birdstep´s Top Ten Relievers for Mobile Operators." We're examining how operators can avoid enforcing data caps and save OpEx (see post: Ge ...