Monday, June 27, 2011

Sony Ericsson cool with Android

Mobile-phone maker Sony Ericsson unveiled two new Android models in a bid to grab more of the burgeoning smartphone market.

The company, a joint venture between L.M. Ericsson and Sony Corp, plans to launch the Xperia ray and Xperia active models during the third quarter, its chiefmarketing officer Steve Walker announced.

The new models should help the company expand its 11% market share of the Android segment, Walker said.

"Android smartphones is a rapidly growing part of the market, and we see our share within that market growing," Walker told The Associated Press.

London-based Sony Ericsson, which saw its phone unit sales drop 23% in the first quarter from a year earlier, is moving away from cheaper phone models and seeking to take on Apple Inc's iPhone, Research in Motion's Blackberry and Nokia Corp's N9 in the higher-priced smartphone segment.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Microsoft, Aruba and Cisco to form Mobile-convergence at IIUM Community

International Islamic University, IIUM tends to have multi-unified integrated system where various IT network brand have been integrated to work each other in the single unified communication.

The latest OCS deployment in IIUM give us a wide access towards a better and effective communication world widely. Even though this Service just being implemented among technical staff and higher management level, still it will give a significant breakthrough to become IIUM Digital Campus. Together with the new adoption of Cisco IP Phone, users will have unified communication  via cross-product tunneling implementation.

In a very soon VoWIFI will take into the the picture at IIUM Community as the bridge between Aruba Wireless and Cisco UC Manager is going to be establish via SIP communication channel.

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