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Nok Nok Labs announces FIDO implementation for key attestation by major mobile network operator – Biometric Update

By Chris BurtTweet December 11, 2017 –  Nok Nok Labs has announced an implementation of a FIDO UAF 1.1 product on Android 8.0 devices by NTT DOCOMO, the first of its kind by a major mobile network operator, according to the announcement. The implementation leverages Nok Nok Authentication Server to provide hardware-based key attestation, which can mitigate many scalable attacks on ... Read More »

Nok Nok Labs Announces First FIDO UAF 1.1 Implementation by Major Mobile Network Operator – PR Newswire (press release)

PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nok Nok Labs, a pioneer and leader in next-generation authentication and a founder of the FIDO (Fast Identity Online) Alliance, announced today the first implementation of a FIDO UAF 1.1 product.  NTT DOCOMO, INC., a valued partner of Nok Nok Labs and a long-time adopter of the Nok Nok™ S3 Authentication Suite, leverages ... Read More »

Registering C-band dishes a costly, cumbersome task for customers, SES says – SpaceNews

WASHINGTON — If the U.S. Federal Communications Commission wants a more accurate database of C-band satellite dishes, it should make the process of registering those dishes less expensive and time-consuming, fleet operator SES said Dec. 6. In a letter recounting a Dec. 4, meeting between Luxembourg-based SES and representatives of the FCC, SES argued that its C-band customers have little ... Read More »

How beamforming and Massive-MIMO are advancing mobile networks – RCR Wireless News

Improvements in MIMO technology support advanced mobile network capacity and 5G commercialization MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) isn’t new technology. Early research on multi-channel transmission systems dates back to the 70s, with significant progress for cellular networks gaining traction in the 90s. However, the use of multiple antennas at each end of a communication circuit (transmitter and receiver), advances the ... Read More »

TPG mobile network could sign up two in five Australians: Telsyte – ZDNet

Technology analyst firm Telsyte has said two in five Australians would consider moving across to the TPG mobile network once it is complete. According to Telsyte’s analysis of the “potential impact” of Australia’s fourth mobile network, two fifths would move if TPG offered benefits including free trial periods, unlimited data, and bundling discounts. However, Telsyte is predicting that TPG will ... Read More »

MyRepublic signs deal with local telco to launch mobile services in … – The Straits Times

SINGAPORE – Local fibre broadband operator MyRepublic has pushed back the launch of its mobile services here to early 2018. On Wednesday (Nov 22), MyRepublic chief executive officer Malcolm Rodrigues confirmed that his company has signed a deal to buy airtime in bulk from one of the dominant telcos – Singtel, StarHub and M1. He would not confirm talk that ... Read More »

Network operators benefit from understanding traffic types –

Towers channelling mobile phone traffic are requiring increasingly complex investment strategies due to changes in consumer demand and technological advance. New techniques to identify the type of traffic such towers carry allows operators to better allocate resources based on customer need, thereby improving customer-received usage experience and reducing churn. The rapid proliferation of mobile devices as well as a growing demand ... Read More »