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Member interview – Kaleyra

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MEFTV speaks to Aniketh Jain, CEO & Co founder at Solutions Infini and Managing Director at new enterprise comms giant Kaleyra during MWC 2018, where he explains the goals of their new business and how they view the industry evolving.

“People are talking about RCS people are talking about chatbots, all of them are talking about multiple applications – messaging as a service, it will be interesting to bring all that together as one single piece, and thats where my focus is – to stitch together this product and offer it to the global customers with simplicity.”

MEF Member news, March 19th

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Get the latest announcements from MEF Members across the mobile ecosystem globally in this weekly review of member news…

Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, believes that the implementation of PSD2(Payment Services Directive 2) offers European banks a unique opportunity to deliver digital innovation, robust protection and seamless user experience that will be critical in a new era of open markets. The Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) have just been published in the EU Official Journal, and detail the responsibilities and obligations of all banking and payment stakeholders concerning access to account, customer data protection, user convenience, and payment security.

MEF MWC Leadership Session: consumer trust – crisis or opportunity?

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When people are not giving away their data, they’re having it stolen. Will billions of connected machines make this data leakage better or worse? MEF’s annual Leadership Session at MWC 2018, supported by ForgeRock, thrashed the topic out – MEF Features Editor Tim Green shares his takeaways…

It was entirely possible to come away from this MEF session with two very different conclusions…

Global mobile news round-up, March 16th

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Weekly update on the top mobile stories from around the world. This week.. Google changes the name of Android Wear, Snapchat users 300 per cent more likely to shop on mobile, the shady world of mobile app tracking and much more…

The Android Wear brand introduced in 2014 is going away and being replaced with a new name: Wear OS. A new area of Google’s website has officially confirmed the change. Wear OS even has a new slogan: “Make every minute matter.” For now, that’s really all the news there is; since it works on both Android and iOS, Google’s smartwatch platform is being given a more flexible moniker that doesn’t tie it to a specific mobile operating system. Apple’s software platform on the Apple Watch is called watchOS.


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