Tag(s) Archive: UMA

BlackBerry 8320 update on T-Mobile

Oct 24, 2007: 

T-Mobile has fixed the bug which wiped UMA settings after a backup and restore with a tiny software download.

$46 billion in fixed-mobile convergence by 2010?

Oct 05, 2007: 

Forecasts call for big money in FMC over the next couple of years. How much will we be able to thank the BlackBerry 8820?

UMA adoption low

Oct 04, 2007: 

European adoption of Wi-Fi handoff devices like the BlackBerry 8820 have been historically low. Will BlackBerrys be able to change that?

T-Mobile BlackBerry 8320 launched

Sep 24, 2007: 

The Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry 8320 has hit T-Mobile shelves, in all of its gold/titanium glory.

Analyst says BlackBerry 8820 will have SIP support

Aug 21, 2007: 

An ABI analyst is predicting that SIP will be coming to the BlackBerry 8820, meaning enterprise customers are more likely to get their voice handover working.

More carriers picking up FMC services

Aug 15, 2007: 

80% of carriers will be offering some form of fixed-mobile convergence plans to enterprise users - is the BlackBerry 8820 the platform?

Reviewer: BlackBerry 8820 Wi-Fi not so hot

Aug 14, 2007: 

Voice handoff is nice, but e-mail should send through a Wi-Fi connection too, right?

BlackBerry 8320 hitting T-Mobile September 24th?

Aug 14, 2007: 

Boy Genius hints at a BlackBerry 8320 release date, which might be rubbing shoulders a little too closely with a BlackBerry 8310 release.

Why doesn’t the BlackBerry 8820 have SIP support?

Aug 01, 2007: 

The BlackBerry 8820 does not come with SIP support. Will this hurt RIM’s plans to take over voice like they did email?