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Telstra is moving to combat congestion on its mobile network in city areas through the trial of small cell networks known as heterogeneous networks.
Telcos such as Globe and Smart get the greenlight for their plans to jointly use mobile and broadband frequencies with other carriers, to help address network congestion.
update Many operators looking at carrier-grade Wi-Fi to ease mobile broadband congestion, say market players who point to ongoing standardization efforts.
Vodafone is edging towards completing its network upgrade, and Telstra is constantly upgrading Next G, but are customers noticing improvements yet?
Unlimited mobile data usage no longer a viable business model, and bundled data a "fair" way of distributing data access as well as ease spectrum congestion, analysts say.
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At the Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco, MLB.com CEO Bob Bowman talks about optimizing mobile applications in a world with network congestion.
At the Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco, MLB.com CEO Bob Bowman talks about optimizing mobile applications in a world with network congestion. He says, the company considers file size and network congestion and adjusts bit rates accordingly when streaming live baseball events to its mobile users.
Developed countries in Asia-Pacific have mobile services already "on par" with Western counterparts but network congestion can still strike during peak seasons, says analyst.
Imagine a commute without traffic congestion. Alex Bayen is currently working on the Mobile Millennium project, a traffic information system that uses GPS inside phones to gather traffic information, process it, and then broadcast it back in real-time, so people can have instantaneous traffic updates.
Optus today said that its move to start selling the Android-based HTC Dream would not see its 3G mobile network suffer congestion as it had appeared to when it launched the iPhone in mid-2008.
I've finally seen Google Maps for Mobile, a phone-based service that (among other things) lets you select a city and see the level of congestion (red, yellow, orange or green) of the arteries leading into (out of) it. It's extremely inspiring.