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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Do you know why #WirelessIsDifferent? Learn what #netneutrality is, and why the FCC was right to create...
Do you know why #WirelessIsDifferent? Learn what #netneutrality is, and why the FCC was right to create mobile-specific rules in 2010. #OpenInternet  
Watch the video: Why #WirelessIsDifferent: Net Neutrality Explained
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Some CTIA partners uncertain about Super Mobility Week 2015
CTIA's 2015 Super Mobility Week will take place Sept. 9-11 in Las Vegas but some of the trade group's partners, which it secured for its revamped 2014 event, are uncertain about whether or not they will return and be part of the trade association's conference next year.
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https://plus.google.com/108677090605437805887 Chuck Sutera : $OTOW ~ O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. will be evaluating the latest in technologies in Cyber Security, VOLTE...
$OTOW ~ O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. will be evaluating the latest in technologies in Cyber Security, VOLTE, mobile payment applications, privacy software and other areas of business the Company has both vested interest in and will be launching. Information on the conference can be found at: http://www.ctia.org/
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https://plus.google.com/108677090605437805887 Chuck Sutera : $OTOW ~ O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. will be evaluating the latest in technologies in Cyber Security, VOLTE...
$OTOW ~ O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. will be evaluating the latest in technologies in Cyber Security, VOLTE, mobile payment applications, privacy software and other areas of business the Company has both vested interest in and will be launching. Information on the conference can be found at: http://www.ctia.org/
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : In London, carriers are still relying heavily on 2G networks. In fact, three of the top carriers in ...
In London, carriers are still relying heavily on 2G networks. In fact, three of the top carriers in the UK have London’s commuters on 2G between 40 and 60 percent of the time, compared to 30.7 percent in the rest of the UK. That’s more than double the percent of Americans using 2G connections. How did we get here? Largely because of the U.S. wireless carriers’ steady investment in their networks (complemented by the light regulatory touch set by the FCC in 2010). As a result, the U.S. leads Europe (and the rest of the world) in mobile. #OpenInternet #WirelessIsDifferent #netneutrality  
London Calling to the Faraway Towns: Sometimes
The great Clash song, released in 1979, was ahead of its time in more ways than one: a recent survey found that one in seven voice calls from London commuters failed. Even when calls did go through, users were likely to experience a bad connection and ...
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : +Ericsson revealed the majority of global mobile device users prefer accessing the Internet or social...
+Ericsson revealed the majority of global mobile device users prefer accessing the Internet or social media to online shopping or video calling. In addition, research showed consumers are no longer constrained by location, with most accessing work and personal content anytime, anywhere. #ConnectedLife  
Ericsson says there is little relevance between location and mobile usage
Ericsson revealed the majority of global mobile device users prefer accessing the Internet or social media to online shopping or video calling, following research the vendor said shows there is little relevance between users' location and their usage.
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Check out some of the apps available in Chicago, NY, DC and other cities to help renters talk with their...
Check out some of the apps available in Chicago, NY, DC and other cities to help renters talk with their landlords. More from +Reuters North America 
New apps for U.S. renters may keep lax landlords in line

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https://plus.google.com/103284814481407796502 Allan R : Can some one familiar with CTIA and OMTP headphone standards tell me what the galaxy note 3 uses.
Can some one familiar with CTIA and OMTP headphone standards tell me what the galaxy note 3 uses.
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : CTIA Baker said, "FCC needs to maintain the approach that has enabled robust wireless competition and...
CTIA Baker said, "FCC needs to maintain the approach that has enabled robust wireless competition and provided the opportunities for millions to get online for the first time. The success of mobile broadband as a tool for connectivity calls for continued regulatory restraint -- not a drastic shift toward public utility regulation." #WirelessIsDifferent #OpenInternet #NetNeutrality
CTIA: Strict Platform Parity Endangers Wireless Growth | Multichannel
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https://plus.google.com/117913231786707889081 Network World : CTIA: Mobile carriers still need lighter net neutrality rules http://ow.ly/COf0T #netneutrality
CTIA: Mobile carriers still need lighter net neutrality rules http://ow.ly/COf0T #netneutrality
CTIA: Mobile carriers still need lighter net neutrality rules
The FCC shouldn't hold mobile broadband providers to the same regulations as wired providers, the CTIA chief says
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https://plus.google.com/115662242777963277838 Michael Thompson : How the Hong Kong protests can impact the Internet of Things FireChat, the communication app of choice...
How the Hong Kong protests can impact the Internet of Things

FireChat, the communication app of choice among Hong Kong protesters, is shedding light on mesh networking's potential benefit for the Internet of Things.

A lot of people trying to keep up with the ongoing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have surely come across mention of FireChat, the mobile app that protesters are using to communicate without bringing down their cellular networks or relying on a network the government can either monitor or shut down.

Quite often, these mentions of FireChat, which are appearing in mainstream news articles like the New York Times and the Washington Post, are followed by a one- or two-sentence description of mesh networking, the technology that makes FireChat so valuable to protesters. In the interest of clarity, here’s my personal favorite breakdown of how the technology works, from a January article in Wired:

An ad hoc network infrastructure that can be set up by anyone, mesh networks wirelessly connect computers and devices directly to each other without passing through any central authority or centralized organization (like a phone company or an ISP). They can automatically reconfigure themselves according to the availability and proximity of bandwidth, storage, and so on; this is what makes them resistant to disaster and other interference. Dynamic connections between nodes enable packets to use multiple routes to travel through the network, which makes these networks more robust.
Compared to more centralized network architectures, the only way to shut down a mesh network is to shut down every single node in the network.

That’s the vital feature, and what makes it stronger in some ways than the regular internet.
Not all explanations of mesh networking are this clear, but they all at least bring some awareness to the technology. This could be important as the Internet of Things continues to creep into homes and businesses, presenting networking challenges – and business opportunities – of its own.

Open Garden, the company behind FireChat, has also recognized these problems and how mesh networking can address them. Last month, at the CTIA Trade Show in Las Vegas, the company announced The Open Garden Network, a software system designed to help IoT devices connect to one another through a mesh network. It seems like a perfect fit – dozens of connected devices developing sensor data and a method of networking that connects devices within close proximity to one another, allowing them to communicate without relying on or consuming the bandwidth of other networks.

One app using The Open Garden Network that was cited in several articles on the announcement shows just how mesh networking could use smartphones to make the IoT more valuable. TrackR is a combination of a small tag roughly the size of a quarter and what TrackR calls a “crowd GPS network.” The idea is that users attach the tag to their pet or their keys so when they go missing, the tag will show their whereabouts on a mobile app.

Mesh networking is essential to this system because, as a TechCrunch article on the system explained, “you can only find your keys if they have some way to reach the Internet, after all.”

TrackR’s solution to this is to create a mesh network of every TrackR user within proximity of each every TrackR tag. The tag sends its location to its owner whenever another TrackR user comes within 100 feet of it and reestablishes its connection to the network.

Of course, a system like TrackR requires a large user base. Thankfully for Open Garden and other companies in this space, protesters in Hong Kong are indirectly raising awareness of mesh networking technology worldwide. Companies looking to capitalize on its relationship with other profitable trends, the Internet of Things included, might look back on the protests as a turning point.

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https://plus.google.com/111793089940431179456 BeQuick : Congrats to the GoPro Winner from BeQuick from this year's @CTIA http://bit.ly/1nbO6le
Congrats to the GoPro Winner from BeQuick from this year's @CTIA http://bit.ly/1nbO6le
Congratulations to the CTIA GoPro Winner from BeQuick
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https://plus.google.com/103948558526144041118 Edith Angelo : Of course, whether Obama opposes Internet “fast lanes” right now is immaterial since the only thing ...
Of course, whether Obama opposes Internet “fast lanes” right now is immaterial since the only thing that matters is the opinion of Wheeler, who had served as president the National Cable Television Association in the 1980s and as CEO of CTIA until 2004, and who was confirmed as the new chairman of the FCC last year. If Obama really wanted to preserve net neutrality, then maybe he should have put a little more thought into appointing the public official most responsible for deciding its fate.
Obama is unhappy with the Internet 'fast lane' plan proposed by the ex-cable lobbyist he tapped to run the FCC
Amazing but true: Appointing a former cable lobbyist to run the Federal Communications Commission might not be the best way to protect net neutrality. Nonetheless, President Barack Obama, who campa...
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https://plus.google.com/108937963415031569779 Joel Moskowitz : Is Rapid Growth in Cell Phone Use in the U.S. a Precursor to Increased Brain Cancer? CTIA, December ...
Is Rapid Growth in Cell Phone Use in the U.S. a Precursor to Increased Brain Cancer?
CTIA, December 2013 Increases in brain cancer incidence have been reported in Norway, Finland, and Denmark in recent years -- three countries that were early adopters of cell phones. Currently about  32,000 adults in the U.S. are diagnosed with primary brai...
Is Rapid Growth in Cell Phone Use in the U.S. a Precursor to Increased Brain Cancer?
CTIA, December 2013 Increases in brain cancer incidence have been reported in Norway, Finland, and Denmark in recent years -- three countries that were early adopters of cell phones. Currently about 32,000 adults in t...
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : The IoT will result in $1.7 trillion in value added to the global economy in 2019. Learn more about ...
The IoT will result in $1.7 trillion in value added to the global economy in 2019. Learn more about the #InternetofThings from +Business Insider 
The 'Internet of Things' Will Be The World's Most Massive Device Market And Save Companies Billions Of Dollars
The Internet of Things will soon be the largest device market in the world. 
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https://plus.google.com/109718930181343793552 CTIA-The Wireless Association : Consumers would be forced to hand over $14.7 billion a year in new taxes if Congress doesn’t extend ...
Consumers would be forced to hand over $14.7 billion a year in new taxes if Congress doesn’t extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which placed a ban on taxes for online access. .
Report: Internet taxes could reach $15 billion a year
Congress will seek a more long-term solution for the Internet Tax Freedom Act after the election.
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