Tango Telecom (www.tangotelecom.com) has been shortlisted for a Mobile World Congress (MWC) Global Mobile Award 2011. MWC has named Tango Telecom as one of the finalists in the Best Customer Care and CRM Solution category for its successful implementation of dynamic pricing with Airtel Africa. Tango Telecom’s Dynamic Pricing Service gave Airtel the ability to price voice services dynamically based on cell load, location, time of day, subscriber type and/or subscriber activity. The service was launched as Zain Flexxy with Airtel Africa in Uganda, and was the most successful launch ever measured by the operator with service uptake exceeding 65% in the first two months.
On February 17th and 18th I have a senior executive from a major USA CDMA Carrier in Dublin.
He is looking for Irish M2M companies that could work with Sprint in the USA.
Send me a note if this describes you. – David.Smith@enterprise-ireland.com
RCR Wireless Unplugged recently posted technology predictions for 2011. Among them many Irish technology experts were called on to give their views. David Smith from Enterprise Ireland talks about the impact network congestion will have on the market and expects more Irish companies to develop solutions for this problem in 2011. Dermot O’Shea from Taoglas comments on the rise of wireless and M2M applications worldwide and the importance for effective antenna solutions in 2011. Stephen Seawright, Benetel predicts more femtocell use as mobile data capacity continues to grow, and Barry Downes from TSSG and 3CS expects context-aware mobile services to hit prime time in 2011. To read more about the hot predictions for 2011 from Irish and international experts, follow this link: http://unplugged.rcrwireless.com/index.php/20101223/content/6098/more-mobile-predictions-for-2011/
Enterprise Ireland today (15th December 2010) welcomed the announcement that Polaris Venture Partners, a leading US venture capital firm, will open a Dogpatch Labs facility in Dublin. This will be the first such facility outside of the United States building on the successful Dogpatch Labs previously established in San Francisco, Cambridge (Massachusetts) and New York.
Dogpatch Labs are dynamic open plan spaces for entrepreneurs working on new business ideas. This facility will benefit Irish entrepreneurs and make Ireland an even more attractive place for mobile entrepreneurs to establish new start-ups.
Welcoming this development the CEO of Enterprise Ireland Mr Frank Ryan said: ‘This is a most welcome announcement under Innovation Fund Ireland, the Government initiative managed by the National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) and Enterprise Ireland to attract leading venture capital fund managers to Ireland. The Dogpatch Labs facility will be a significant addition to the Irish entrepreneurial eco-system and the further development of Ireland as a Global Innovation Hub. It is also very complimentary to a number of Enterprise Ireland initiatives and is consistent with enterprise policies outlined in the Report of the Innovation Task Force’.
The announcement of the new Dogpatch Labs facility follows on two other recent initiatives designed to support entrepreneurs and new business start ups in Ireland. Enterprise Ireland has launched the Internet and Games Competitive Start Fund to help internet and games start ups get off the ground and launch new products and services in the international marketplace. This competitive fund is focused on providing start ups with critical early stage funding to explore and determine the market fit of their business and progress to product launch. (more…)
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Founder and CEO of YouTube. Youtube is the world’s number one video sharing website. Chad shares his story of how YouTube was created. He also talks about being an Arts Major at College and Selling YouTube to Google. Chad presented at the Dublin Web Summit.
You’re invited to “THE FUTURE OF MOBILE SERVICES WORKSHOP 2011”
Jan 18, 2011 | 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM | ArcLabs Innovation Centre, WIT West Campus, Carriganore
With the introduction of the iPhone and the Android operating system, Mobile services have exploded over the past two years, Join ‘The Future of Mobile Services” Workshop 2011 to discover where mobile services are going over the next four years and how this will impact your business. This event is designed to bring research to industry – to show you new trends and technologies that will help you become more competitive and better informed about the next wave of technology.
Hear from one of Ireland’s largest mobile and telecoms research centres, the Telecommunications Software and Systems Group (TSSG) together with its industry focused research and commercialisation arm the Centre for Converged Services (3CS). REGISTER NOW for workshops to discover more about:
- The future of mobile apps
- Pervasive and Context aware mobile services
- Mobile IMS services, mobile social network services
- Analytics and mobile social network analysis
Join the networking sessions and open debate; and voice your opinions on the type of mobile research that your company and industry would want to see in the future, learn how Enterprise Ireland can assist you in mobile Research & Development.
REGISTER Today or FOWARD TO A FRIEND and don’t miss out on this great opportunity!