Mobile Value-added Service (VAS) applications represent a key aspect to the ongoing success of mobile network operators and everyone in the mobile communications value chain. With core services, such as bear voice and data communications becoming commodity offerings, wireless service providers are dependent on VAS applications to drive additional revenue and improved margins.
This research represents analysis of the MVAS markets, and applications. In addition, the report evaluates market opportunities for mobile VAS, markets, mobile commerce applications. It includes market opportunities and forecasting to 2020 for mobile VAS applications including worldwide mobile games [...]
In vitro diagnostics (IVD) is the technique of diagnostic test outside the human body in an artificial environment. The IVD market revenue is expected to reach $74.65 billion by 2020, from the market value of $53.32 billion in 2013, at a CAGR of 5.34% during 2014-2020. The global IVD market is segmented based on techniques, product type, usability, application, end user and geography (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of World). Geographically, Asia Pacific is the fastest growing region and very opportune market that would generate highest revenue by 2020.
Increase in the number of chronic and infectious diseases, and technological advancements are the major [...]
• Collaboration sees two best-in-class providers offering end-to-end wireless enterprise solutions for primary or failover network connections • Sierra Wireless’ distributors to access range of value-add ‘out of the box’ M2M and enterprise managed services • Wireless Logic to deliver complete ‘white label platform’ offering under the Sierra Wireless AirLink® Enterprise Connect brand
London: Leading European M2M platform solutions provider Wireless Logic has teamed up with Sierra Wireless to deliver a full white label managed services and connectivity solution. As a world-class manufacturer of 3G/4G/LTE modules, the collaboration with Wireless Logic will enable Sierra Wireless [...]
QNX Software Systems, a subsidiary of BlackBerry, expands mHealth services, with the recent launch of its new Operating System, QNC OS for Medical 1.1, primarily for medical services. The new OS promises to meet the healthcare industry standards and cut costs in developing mHealth devices. It will also help manufacturers gain regulatory approval the U.S Food and Drug Administration, Medical Devices Directive and Medicines, the Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, as well as other federal agencies that oversee these regulations and compliance requisites.
According to QNX, the new mHealth OS is IEC 62304 compliant. It also supports both single-core and multi-core devices with [...]