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Month: September 2014

Artilium: MVNO agreement with iReachM!

Artilium, the AIM quoted provider of innovative telecommunication software and solutions, has, through its subsidiary United Telecom, signed a new contract with the MVNO iReachM for the Belgian market. Artilium will provide mobile services and support in Belgium to iReachM. iReachM will offer services for business customers with a fresh and innovative offering that is enabled by Artilium’s ARTA platform. via Artilium signs new MVNO agreement with iReachM. This is good news for Peter Staveloz, CEO of Bizlaunch, and young self-made-man, who has pushed the deal and the development of… Read more Artilium: MVNO agreement with iReachM!

Privacy app ‘Disconnect’ returns to Play and App Stores

Privacy app Disconnect returns to Play Store after ban by Google. It is a funny fact, that privacy and security on mobiles leave such a lot to be desired. There isn’t any way to block intrusive ads, enable an IP firewall or control usage of personal data (and potentially stop it) other than agreeing on installation – and whatever happens after is hidden from the user. Maybe there are some things, that a user simplky doesn’t want to allow all of the times, but in general? For example the location… Read more Privacy app ‘Disconnect’ returns to Play and App Stores

Amazon Might Have Fix For Chinese Suppliers Who Don’t Like Alibaba

Amazon Might Have Fix For Chinese Suppliers Who Don’t Like Alibaba according to ChinaTechNews.com, the Pilot Free Trade Zone of Shanghai may resolve the puzzle that cross border eCommerce was posing to the players. With Alibaba’s IPO valuing more than $21bn according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and happening right on the front-door of Amazon, they are pushed and pulled in getting better access to the Chinese eCommerce market. Gaining access previously required massive cooperation with the behemoth, as Chinese shoppers turned to the cross-over of eBay and Amazon first, rather than… Read more Amazon Might Have Fix For Chinese Suppliers Who Don’t Like Alibaba

Tencent Injects US$70M in Health Service Community DXY to Tap China’s Red-hot Healthcare Industry

According to Technode, Tencent is investing in healthcare.  They are injecting US$70M in Health Service Community DXY to Tap China’s Red-hot Healthcare Industry. As it seems, China has been keen in adopting mobile individual healthcare services and Ting Ting, one of the largest Chinese healthcare community, has been successfully developing products and applications for their strong userbase. The O2O services, which have a high impact in China anyways, are obviously where general practitioners and online audiences meet. Chinese customers use the services to improve their experiences. China is quite a… Read more Tencent Injects US$70M in Health Service Community DXY to Tap China’s Red-hot Healthcare Industry

11 tips to prepare for SDN

Network World has 11 really good tips to prepare for SDN in the enterprise or any sizeable organization. And while they are at it, they also give a couple of good recommendations regarding the right role models (for one, Goldman Sachs seem to be one, but also The Pittsburgh Medical Center, just to name a few). Spending a bit of time running through the vendors that excel in the market (e.g. Vello, vellosystems.com with OpenFlow 1.4 for optical enterprise SDNs) will make a lot of sense if you are planning… Read more 11 tips to prepare for SDN