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Friday, June 15th 2007 - 15:17 CEST
The GSMA is rebranding the 3GSM World Congress and its sister event in Asia to reflect their role encouraging the development of compelling new mobile services for end-users. Set to take place in Macau in November, the 3GSM World Congress Asia will now be called the Mobile Asia Congress and the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona has been rebranded as the Mobile World Congress. “Both the GSMA and the Congresses are focused on helping operators use the potent platform provided by today’s highly-capable and extensive mobile networks to better serve the many needs and desires of this industry’s almost 3 billion customers,” said Rob Conway, CEO of the GSMA, which owns both the Barcelona and Macau events.
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Thursday, May 31st 2007 - 14:58 CEST
The GSM Association (GSMA), the global trade association for mobile operators, is to collaborate with Microsoft Corporation on a global research programme to determine consumer user trends and the mass market potential of notebook PCs with embedded mobile broadband - enabling access to the Internet anywhere with mobile coverage. Today the market for mobile broadband is rapidly growing among notebook buyers who need mobile high speed data connectivity. International business travellers, road warriors, field information workers and other PC buyers find it essential.
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Thursday, May 3rd 2007 - 21:12 CEST
The GSM Association (GSMA) has published the first in a series of ‘Technical Guidelines’ white papers on mobile NFC (Near Field Communication) services, providing the consolidated views of mobile operators as input to support the standardisation of NFC technology. More than twenty mobile operators, including many of the largest in the world, have been working together in the GSMA’s initiative to develop a common vision for Mobile NFC services. The initiative aims to support the development of a stable and efficient NFC ecosystem and promote interoperability, leading to standardisation on a global scale. The mobile operators involved in the NFC initiative serve more than 800 million users.

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