Managing Multiple Connections now made Easy with the 'Tile'




Wifi OffloadingSmithMicro, released a three-part white paper entitled 'Windows 8 Mobile Broadband' discussing the enhancements to broadband connectivity in Windows 8. SmithMicro's solution has enabled operating systems such as Windows to provide end users an intelligent and user friendly platform that enables users to configure and manage multiple broadband connections. The system provides an interactive 'tile' that acts as a connection manager that reads information from the SIM, enabling operators to brand these tiles and push subscription and usage informatioan and other content to their users. The parralel version for mobile devices such as phones and tablets is the Windows Phone 8. The 3 parts covered in the white paper are Part 1 - Windows 8 Mobile Broadband API Extensions,Part 2 - Bringing MBIM to More Platforms and Part 3 - Raising the Bar with Mobile Hotspots. 


David Sperling, Chief Technology Officer at Smith Micro, discusses new enhancements mobile operators can make in Windows 8 mobile broadband connectivity to make the greatest impact to mobile subscribers.







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