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2008-10-13 09:00:22

AppTrigger, Inc. today announced the results of a recent mobile phone survey revealing that North American mobile users are still heavily reliant on traditional voice and text features, despite a willingness to adopt newer, advanced applications. The survey, which examined application usage and user preferences of mobile phone users, illustrates that advanced application adoption has been slowed by operators' inability to maximize voice and build on new services to enhance new average revenue...

2008-08-04 09:00:25

AppTrigger, Inc. today announced the Application Session Controller (ASC) Advantage Program - a new integrated program that provides a construct for evaluating current application business models as service providers examine the risks and rewards of advanced network migration strategies. In today's marketplace, service providers are faced with a number of migration strategies for growing next-generation (NG) and IMS networks. Whether the goal is to build out a new IMS infrastructure or...

2008-07-08 15:00:21

AppTrigger, the leading application connectivity expert, today extended its capabilities for market-leading messaging provider Unisys and their customers by expanding its features for the Unisys Application Session Controller (ASC) offering. AppTrigger's latest product release has coincided with the expansion of the Unisys Application Session Controller (ASC) offering to customers of the Unisys UVMS/VSE550 solution. These customers can now maintain their existing voice messaging solutions...


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