CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Silicon.com's Tony Hallett reported from London. IT departments want their applications delivered over wireless networks and don't much care what kind of wireless technology is used. That's the big picture finding of research carried out by QNB Intelligence on behalf of IBM. The analyst house found three-quarters of European enterprises will deliver apps wirelessly during the next 12 months, using a combination of GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications), GPRS (General Packet Radio Service), UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System), public wireless LAN and devices from cell phones to PDAs (personal digital assistants) to laptops. The survey of almost 500 senior influencers and decision makers across 11 European countries found IT departments have taken ownership of mobile and wireless communications in 60 percent of cases.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Financial terms of the deal were not released, The deal does appear to create a tighter relationship between the two companies, GoAmerica's sales force will case for apple iphone x and xs - cream with stones/hollyhock floral clear market and sell EarthLink mobile services, and EarthLink will supply billing, customer service and network services for GoAmerica, Both companies have also agreed to work together on new technology for wireless data services, and EarthLink has agreed to use GoAmerica's Go.Web technology in its next-generation wireless Web products..
GoAmerica said its Go.Web technology, which is used to transfer data and applications between servers and wireless clients, will be a main focus of the company's strategy in the future. In addition, GoAmerica is giving up plans to raise $10 million to $15 million in new funding, instead relying on its deal with EarthLink, as well as ones with Motient and Rogers AT&T Wireless in Canada, to support its technology. GoAmerica also announced it was slashing its work force roughly in half, eliminating 100 jobs over the rest of the year.
"This refined execution of our strategy allows us to concentrate on opportunities that we believe create the highest margin revenue potential at the lowest cost structure," Chief Operating Officer Dan Luis said in a statement, EarthLink, an Internet service provider, has been venturing further into wireless territory, It was case for apple iphone x and xs - cream with stones/hollyhock floral clear one of the first major providers of traditional Internet access to offer services over Wi-Fi, a wireless network that creates a "cloud" of service over a roughly 300-foot area..
Separately Thursday, EarthLink announced deals with Office Depot and Level 3. Office Depot will sell EarthLink's high-speed cable, digital subscriber line and two-way satellite Internet service through its chain of stores. Office Depot will have salespeople at kiosks to provide demonstrations and will promote the service through its Web site, catalogs and mailings. The Level 3 deal calls for the companies to extend an existing contract for managed modem services and gives EarthLink access to Level 3's dial-up Internet infrastructure in hundreds of cities under a new contract.