Samsung Galaxy S Mini Peak Advancement Of Mobile Technology

Samsung Electronics, a Korean based telecommunication organisation and one of the leading mobile phone manufacturers worldwide is competing with other brand names in the mobile phone market and the latest addition to this family is a smart phone released as Samsung Galaxy S Mini. Samsung launched the Galaxy series to compete with Apple’s iPad and Galaxy S Mini is the advanced version of that model.

Samsung Galaxy S Mini possess great display features. Apart from its light weight of 113 grams, it possess 3.5 inches wide touchscreen display supporting 320×480 pixels resolution and 16M colors. Besides, TouchWiz v3.0 UI, swype text input method, touch sensitive controls and accelerometer sensor greatly adds to its display properties. Black color of the gadget adds a stylish look to it.

The gadget also features a 5 mega pixel camera supporting Geo-tagging, face and smile detection. Apart from that, it also possess auto focus and LED flash which greatly adds to its high resolution of 2592×1944 pixels. It also supports QVGA quality video recording feature at 15fps speed. Besides, it also possess 158MB internal storage and external memory of 2GB which can be expanded up to 32GB.

The hi-tech gadget is running on Android v2.2 Froyo operating system powered by 800 MHz ARM 11 processor. Other features like 3G, GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB etc. are also included. Apart from that, it also feature numerous applications including Google Search, Maps, YouTube, Picasa integration, Gmail, image editor, document editor, Organizer etc.

Samsung Galaxy S Mini deals are provided through various online websites to avail the gadget at cheap rates. All the major service providers in the UK mobile phone market like O2, Orange, Vodafone etc. through deals including contract, pay as you go and Sim free variants. Among all these deals, Samsung Galaxy S Mini attract maximum customers as it not only provides the gadget at cheap rates for a specific contract period, but also include free gifts and incentives like laptops, iPods, free texts, minutes etc. So search for your deal online as per your requirements and get the all new Samsung Galaxy S Mini in your own hands.

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Blackberry 9300 Curve 3g Vs Blackberry Storm 2-both Are Storming The Market

There just can not be a debate about the respect and awe commanded by the name Blackberry. The kind of handsets brought out by the company are full of the features that are exclusive in nature and treatment. The range of these high-tech gadgets offered by the company is quite wide. Given the experience and efficiency induced by the Blackberry maker RIM- Research in motion it is not even such a surprising thing to note. Among all the superb handsets produced by the company these two, Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G and Blackberry Storm 2 are the names that are in high demand.

So far as the point of Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G vs Blackberry Storm 2 is concerned, there just can not be a very clear winner. But, yes the deals offered by the network suppliers turn them as cheap Blackberry phones.So far as specifications comparison is concerned Blackberry Storm 2 looks quite different from the former one. It flaunts a 3.25 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen that offers a resolution support of 360*480pixels. The camera is a 3.15MP thing that allows images at 248*1536 pixels. And the internal storage memory capacity stands at 2GB.

On he other hand,Blackberry 9300 Curve3G deals is the handset with a 2.46 inches TFT screen that allows 65K colors at 320*240 pixels of resolution. Its full QWERTY key pad makes it easy to use the messaging services. It has internal memory storage capacity that can be expanded to 32Gb using a micro SD card. Along with all thee features the Blackberry Storm might have a little bit of edge, but it is not such a big difference either.

Even the deals offered along with the two are not very different in nature either. Both the Blackberry 9300 Curve 3G deals and Blackberry Storm 2 deals are attracting the users like anything. The most primary deals offered with these two are contract deals, pay as you go deals and Sim free deals.

Outsourcing Telecommunication Software Development

Introduction of Telecommunication Software
Telecommunications software is a type of software package that assists in facilitating electronic communications especially those processes that may require audio transmission too. Telecommunication solutions can be of varying kinds that can range from being simple software used by an end user to something more complex that can manage the functioning of complete networks. Telecommunication software developers create a range of different solutions that can encompass wireless application development and mobile solutions too.

At one level, telecommunication solutions aid the development of basic software that assist the local telephone switch to receive and send signals and on the other end it even helps in creating software for wireless application development. The functions performed by telecommunication solutions can be both basic as well as something quite intrinsic.

Telecommunication solutions are being outsourced to a country like India where experienced telecommunication software developers use their expertise to create a range of software solutions. The outsourced company offers a range of services that include development of telecommunication software solutions, testing, implementing, and maintenance of the software solutions that have been developed.

Advantage of Outsourcing Telecommunication Software
Recently a number of clients choose to outsource their telecommunication solutions development to Indian companies where professional telecommunication software developers work on various different technologies to develop customized solutions. There are quite a number of benefits attached to outsourcing wireless application development and mobile solutions to an outsourced company:

1.The need for software solutions are increasing steadily and therefore the demand to create customized telecommunication solutions have also raised. Outsourcing it to companies is a good idea because they have a team of telecommunication software developers that can provide quality service.
2.Costing is an important aspect and outsourcing telecommunication solutions make it possible to get quality and customized solutions at a reasonable cost.
3.A company does not need to hire dedicated resources to create application development and telecommunication solutions.
4.A company can either provide turn-key solutions or even offer assistance in terms of only doing maintenance, implementing or simply testing the viability and functionality of a particular software solution package.
5.One point of contact is available to handle all kinds of service issues instead of dealing with third party or any mediator in between.
6.It is not possible to always hire a person for various different platforms, but one can easily get work done on any platform through an outsourced company because they have professionals trained and experienced in various different technologies and platforms.

Russian Telecommunications Market To Be Worth More Than 30bn In 2012

Current situation

According to the latest report The telecommunications market in Russia 2011. Development forecasts for 2011-2015 published by PMR, a market research company, the value of the telecommunications services market in Russia increased by 17.3% year on year to 27.3bn in 2010, from approximately 23.2bn in 2009. The growth rate measured in local currency was lower and amounted to 10%. It should be noted that PMR last year forecasts concerning the telecoms market value in 2010, excluding exchange rate fluctuations, assumed the growth rate of 4 p.p. lower than the actual result.
Overall economic recovery in the country continue to be one of the main market growth drivers in 2010. The demand for telecommunications services in Russia went up after the crisis which hit the Russian economy end of 2008. In 2010, after a sharp decline in 2009, operators also increased the investments in the construction of new networks and the improvement of service quality.

The Russian telecommunications market has been steadily increasing, starting in 2000 with the development of mobile telephony and internet access. In the last two years, the market was affected by the migration of voice traffic from fixed to mobile networks and also to the internet and, as a result, the segment of fixed-line telephony began to stagnate. The growth of mobile voice services also declined with the increasing maturity of this market. The most dynamic during recent years was the segment of internet access, including both fixed and mobile technologies. This market was an area of business growth for the operators in 2009-2010, and it will continue to play a role of the development driver for the entire telecommunications market in Russia, considering its relatively low maturity.
Mobile telephony is by far the largest segment of the Russian telecommunications market. Based on the revenue reports provided by operators, total sales of mobile voice and non-voice services in Russia in 2010 amounted to RUB 710bn (17.7bn), which is 10.6% more than in the previous year measured in roubles, or 17.9% measured in euros. The mobile telephony market accounted for the largest part of the telecommunications spending in Russia last year. Even if to exclude mobile VAS and to consider only the mobile voice segment, the mobile telephony share would reach the level of almost 50% in 2010, while the total number of registered SIM cards already exceeded 150% of the total population of Russia.
Provision of access to the internet remains the most dynamic and fast growing segment of the telecommunications market in Russia, which increased by 30% year on year in 2010. This growth of the market was driven by quickly increasing penetration of fixed-line broadband but also enhanced by the fast expansion of 3G networks and the operators active promotion of mobile internet.

3G and LTE uptake

With the commercial launch of UMTS networks in 2008, an increasing contribution to the growth of the mobile telephony market in Russia is already coming from non-voice value-added services provided in mobile networks, especially from broadband internet. Development of 3G networks is also changing the landscape of the Russian mobile telephony market. Operators from the Big Three group got a new source of revenue from the development of mobile broadband internet, which became the main 3G application.
Meanwhile, two concepts of the future LTE networks development in Russia have been recently presented. In December 2010, the Russian government proposed to create LTE Consortium which was expected to come up with proposals related to the development of 4G networks in the country. The consortium was created by the leading national telecommunications operators, including Rostelecom, MTS, VimpelCom and MegaFon. Smaller regional operators were not invited to join. Mid of 2011, LTE Consortium presented a report which states that the available radio spectrum is feasible to be shared between four operators and each of the operators will need to invest RUB 85.7bn (2.1bn) to install approximately 20,810 base stations covering over 10,400 of locations in the country with more than 1,000 of inhabitants, i.e. to build a federal LTE network. The condition is that the operators will use simultaneously a 690-880 MHz and 2,500-2,700 MHz radio bandwidth having 30 MHz spectrum each. In March 2011, there was also an agreement between MTS, MegaFon, VimpelCom, Rostelecom and Skartel, which had already had available a bandwidth for LTE, that Skartel would build LTE networks in 180 cities and towns in Russia and would give each of the operator 20% capacity in this network. Skartel expects to invest approximately RUB 60bn (1.5bn) in the project.
It is not certain yet what kind of strategy for LTE development will be applied in Russia. Either the government will announce a tender for four federal licences or Skartel will build the network. A real barrier for the development of the LTE network in the country is the fact that radio bandwidth is already used by military communication systems and the investments in conversion are considered to be very high. All in all, the most probable scenario now could be the launch of the first LTE networks in Russia not earlier than in 2014 comments Pawel Olszynka, a PMR analyst and one of the report authors.

Short-term forecasts

Macroeconomic development forecasts for Russia for 2011-2012 are positive. GDP is expected to reach 4.5% annually. This remains a good background for the business development and investments in telecommunications services and networks. The growth in the consumers confidence boosts the demand for IT and telecommunications services and facilitates the spending on personal computers, mobile phones and the internet.
The Russian telecommunications market will continue its upward trend over the next two years or so, triggered by the growing internet services market, both in fixed and mobile networks. One strategic advantage of the Russian ISP market over other Central and Eastern European countries is its big size, poor development and territorial coverage, therefore, almost all providers and all wire and wireless technologies will have a chance to get their niche. In a broader perspective, the services connected with the telecommunications market, e.g. digital pay TV, will also play a more important role. The mobile market in Russia will not be driven by simple emission of millions of SIM cards, but rather by attracting customers to actively use new services. Non-voice and more advanced value-added services will continue to gain in significance and an increasing proportion of mobile carrier revenues will come from this source.

This press release is based on information contained in the latest PMR report entitled Telecommunications market in Russia 2011. Development forecasts for 2011-2015

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