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Sony Ericsson’s flagship handset the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc allows you to view pictures and video in stunning colours using your Android phone. Mobile Den, UK’s leading supplier of mobile phone Accessories have worked extremely hard on sourcing a wide range of Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Cases and Accessories for the handset.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc features include phone memory up to 320MB, microSD up to 32GB, Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread) with 1GHz Scorpion processor and downloadable motion gaming.
With its crisp and clear 4.2″ Screen display you are able to capture high-quality movies and stills in low light which can be shown in dazzling HD on your television using the HDMI connector port. With such a large screen the first priority is to protect it from damage. Using the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Cases range, you are sure to find something for you. Choose from leather Cases and Flexishiled’s which are available.
Other Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Accessories such a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Screen Protectors are on handset for that extract bit of protection as well as Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Chargers
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Juniper Adds Former Ericsson Mobile Phone Executive Vice President as Consultant (March 17, 2011)
BOCA RATON, Fla., March 17, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Juniper Group (OTCQB:JUNP) is pleased to announce that Hakan Wretsell has joined the Company as a consultant to assist in expanding its wireless telecommunication operations. Mr. Wretsell brings with him vast knowledge of our industry, talent in achieving sales growth and has a proven record in strong team building.
Mr. Wretsell has almost 20 years of experience in the wireless telecommunication industry with over a decade with Ericsson Mobile Phones, both domestically and internationally. During his tenure in the United States, with Ericsson Mobile Phones-Region Americas as Executive Vice President and General Manager reporting to the President of Ericsson Mobile Phones, the company’s sales volume doubled to approximately $2.0 billion and its U.S. market share grew from 11% to 15%. He also has broad experience in the South American and Asian markets which underscores his vast international business acumen.
Of his association with Juniper, Mr. Wretsell said, “I am very excited to join Juniper and get involved in the U.S. market again. I see many vertical and horizontal opportunities for Juniper to grow both organically and through acquisitions. I look forward to helping to build a strong management team in order to avail Juniper of the opportunities in the fast growing wireless telecommunications market.”
Vlado P. Hreljanovic, President and CEO said, “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Hakan Wretsell to Juniper. We anticipate that Mr. Wretsell will stimulate the organization in taking on new challenges. We believe we are in position to launch a new era of growth. Mr. Wretsell has extensive experience and success, both domestically and internationally, and will help guide us in this transition. We all wish him well here at Juniper, and look forward to new opportunities for the company ahead.”
About Juniper Group, Inc.
Juniper Group, Inc. (OTCQB:JUNP) conducts wireless infrastructure services through its operating subsidiaries which primarily focus their activities in the Eastern and Central United States. Our intention is to be able to support the increased demand in the deployment of wireless infrastructure services with leading wireless telecommunication companies in providing them with maintenance and upgrading of wireless telecommunication network sites, site acquisitions, site surveys, co-location facilitation, tower construction and antenna installation to tower system integration, hardware and software installations.
This press release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The forward-looking statements are based on current expectations, estimates and projections made by management. The Company intends for the forward-looking statements to be covered by the safe harbor provisions for forward-looking statements. Words such as “anticipates,” “expects,” “intends,” “plans,” “believes,” “seeks,” “estimates,” or variations of such words are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release include, statements regarding the ability to build a strong management team, expected growth trend, Mr. Wretsell’s ability to stimulate the organization and our belief that we will launch a new era of growth. All forward-looking statements in this press release are made as of the date of this press release, and Juniper assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements other than as required by law. The forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those set forth or implied by any forward-looking statements and include the risk that our growth will not continue as anticipated, that the addition of Mr. Wretsell will not have the anticipated effects and the factors discussed in the Business and Management’s Discussion and Analysis sections in our Annual Report on Form 10-K and subsequent Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q and Current Reports on Form 8-K. Copies of these filings are available at www.sec.gov.
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By Santosh Mishra
New Delhi: The photos of a prototype Sony Ericsson Windows Phone have emerged with the message that the mobile phone company is gearing ahead to launch a Windows Phone.
This handset has the look of a touchscreen phone and is equipped with features such as landscape slide-out QWERTY keyboard with the keys having ample space between them.
The menu, standard back and search buttons are placed at the bottom of the screen. The phone has a large screen, a micro-USB connection, and a front-mounted camera.
Nathan Vautier, UK MD of Sony Ericsson, stated “We’re not as tribal about ecosystems as some companies.”
He said further, “We believe that the Android environment is the best and most mature ecosystem for us at the moment; but we have a good working relationship with Microsoft.”
HELSINKI: Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, the mobile-phone venture of Sony Corp and Ericsson AB, will add developers in the US and China as it aims to become the largest maker of handsets using Google Inc’s Android software.
Sony Ericsson aims to expand its global share of Android handsets to at least 25 per cent from 14 per cent currently, Chief Executive Officer Bert Nordberg said in an interview in Beijing, without specifying a timeframe.
Sony Ericsson, competing against HTC Corp and Samsung Electronics Co in the Android market, has more than tripled its development staff in California to 300 in the past year while those in Beijing jumped 60 per cent to 1,600. Android is challenging Nokia Oyj’s Symbian as the most popular smartphone system as cheaper components and competition among vendors make handsets featuring the Google software more affordable.
“Our growth, if you talk growth in jobs, has been in Beijing and Redwood Shores California since I joined the company,” said Nordberg, 54, who became president and CEO in October 2009. “The epicenter of the mobile industry has moved to the West Coast of the US. When I grew up, it was a European industry.”
Nokia, the world’s largest maker of mobile phones, said last month that it plans to retire its Symbian software platform as it adopts Seattle-based Microsoft Corp’s Windows Phone 7. Taoyuan, Taiwan-based HTC is the world’s largest maker of handsets using Google and Microsoft operating systems.
Sony Ericsson in January announced its first high-end product in almost a year, Xperia Arc, a slim phone with an 8 megapixel camera. The Xperia Play, unveiled in Barcelona last month, was accompanied by the Xperia Neo, and the Xperia Pro, a touchscreen model with a slideout Qwerty keyboard.
All run Gingerbread, the latest version of Android. Over the rest of this year, Sony Ericsson will announce at least four more new phones, Nordberg said, without providing details on the new handsets.
As new devices are introduced, the company will increasingly sell them in the US first as the nation represents about 45 per cent of the Android market currently, Nordberg said.
“The market has changed,” Nordberg said. “We see a lot of our products being rolled out in the US first, or in parallel when we roll it out on the global market, which is a change for this company. It has always come later in the US previously. That’s a change which required us to invest.”
Last month, Sony Ericsson announced the Xperia Play, a touchscreen smartphone with slide-out Sony Playstation console controls, in a bid to carve out a gaming niche. That device goes on sale in the US in April and should come to China about three months later, Nordberg said.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play PreviewManufacturer: Sony Ericsson
The first thing that stuck us when we saw the Xperia Play at Taipei’s annual games show was that Sony Ericsson was getting just as much attention as the bigger PlayStation 3 stands. The Xperia may be small, but it’s also proving very popular.
Sony’s jump on the increasingly popular and potentially cash-rich mobile gaming bandwagon clearly aims to merge the casual iPhone/Android experience with something a little more hardcore. That’s not to say the Xperia Play can’t play all the normal Android games on the market as well, however. And it’s a phone too.
All that, we like. It’s also a reminder of why Sony didn’t brand the Xperia Play as the ‘Playstation phone’ too; it would make people think of it as a gaming device first with phone functionality, rather than as a phone that also plays games. The Xperia Play is clearly the latter and that’s obvious as soon as you get hands-on with it, but so much fuss has already been made over the gaming angle, we wonder if Sony Ericsson’s efforts are already in vain.
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Going hands-on with the Xperia Play also immediately reveals the device to be more impressive than the meagre spec sheet suggests. It’s thinner and lighter than you’d expect for a slide-out phone – the size is nice too, mostly thanks to its heavily rounded backside (um…). Despite using a LCD display instead of AMOLED the viewing angles are very impressive as well, as you can see in our video. The benefit of LCD is not only greater availability but finer pixel pitch too, although the latest Super AMOLED’s claim better visibility in direct sunlight – an issue which may be a problem for the Xperia Play, with its glossy plastic chassis. Sadly, buried deep in the confines of the convention hall, we weren’t able to check this for ourselves.
The Xperia Play feels remarkably solid too, considering the two segments of the slide-out design are held together by a mere centimetre. It flips easily and simply between gaming and phone modes too, with buttons that are comfortable to use for either. We did find the shoulder buttons a bit uncomfortable, however, when we played two of the games that will come loaded on the Xperia Play – Bruce Lee (read: Tekken) and FIFA 10. You can take a peak at both games in our video, below.
The Xperia Play’s OS is basically Android 2.3, but with Sony Ericsson’s own tweaks added on top. The most notable of these is the Sony Playstation Pocket Store to buy the games specifically made for the device. A list of games is quickly accessible from two static shortcuts along the bottom of the screen – a ‘recently played’ list and another for quick-launching several favourite games. Unfortunately, the fact that the OS was in Chinese meant we had no testing time for all the features and couldn’t decipher some of the options.
It’s easy to forget the display is touch sensitive when you’re in gaming mode too, by the way. The touch capabilities make menu selections much easier, providing they can be reached with your thumb.
While compared to mobile phones of 2011 that are due to launch with dual-core ARM A9 CPUs, the Xperia Play specs are more 2010; a 1GHz Qualicomm Snapdragon (ARM A8) and Adrendo 205 GPU. It’s easy to forget that, while not cutting edge, it’s still a capable, affordable combination and leagues ahead of the 333MHz CPU in the PSPGo.
Sony Ericsson, a joint venture between Japanese consumer electronics maker Sony and Swedish telecommunications equipment maker Ericsson, has been on the mobile phone scene for about a decade. The company has mostly concentrated on delivering high-end phones to the European and Asian markets. But it’s never had a strong presence in the United States, which has helped keep its overall market share in the bottom half of major handset providers.
But Sony Ericsson has bigger ambitions. ZDNet Asia’s sister site CNET sat down with Nordberg on the eve of the GSM Association’s Mobile World Congress to hear how the company plans to become the No. 1 Android device maker. Nordberg talked about Sony Ericsson’s highly anticipated Xperia Play, dubbed the Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone.
The phone, which is based on Google’s latest Android software and was introduced Sunday at Sony Ericsson’s press conference, will become its flagship smartphone in the U.S. market. To generate buzz ahead of the launch, Sony Ericsson ran an advertisement during the broadcast of the Super Bowl. And according to Nordberg, it worked. He wouldn’t say how much the company spent on that ad. But he said the CEO of a major U.S. carrier called him directly to ask when his network could get the new phone.
“It was the first time we had a Super Bowl ad,” he said. “But it was money well spent.”
BARCELONA — Sony Ericsson will make a mobile phone called the Xperia Play that will run PlayStation games, the phone maker said Sunday at Mobile World Congress.
The Xperia Play will run on the Google operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread. This means Sony PlayStation is going with Android as its mobile gaming marketplace.
Sony Ericsson’s investment in mobile gaming comes after Microsoft built deep integration between Xbox Live and Windows Phone 7 that came out in the fall. Microsoft said Xbox Live apps is one of the most popular categories for apps in its mobile marketplace.
The phone has a slide out game pad with buttons similar to the PlayStation controller – two shoulder buttons and the four circle, cross, square and triangle icons.
Game maker Electronic Arts is making Need for Speed, Sims 3 and FIFA 10 for the Xperia Play phone.
The phone will be available in March, and I’m tracking down details on when it will be available in the U.S.
According to third-party online mobile phone retailer Wirefly, the recently confirmed Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Android gaming oriented smartphone will be launched on Verizon Wireless this year, after being confirmed for future sale by European carriers earlier this week.
What makes the confirmation stand out is that Sony Ericsson has not developed CDMA phones for sale in the US since the T608, released in 2003 in limited quantities on both Sprint and Verizon before Sony Ericsson ended all future US CDMA handset development after its release and gutted the US CDMA R&D team previously located at the venture’s former US base at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.
With the Xperia Play being revealed for the first time in an official capacity this weekend at Mobile World Congress in Spain, the confirmation of a US version on Verizon Wireless would mark the first time since the saga of the T608 that Sony Ericsson has dedicated resources to developing a US CDMA version of a flagship handset. However, what is not known is whether the CDMA version was developed in Europe, the US or developed in Japan, as Sony Ericsson still maintains a CDMA R&D team for handset development with Japanese carrier KDDI, which also uses CDMA on a different frequency.
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Report: Sony Ericsson Has Windows Phone 7 Devices Launching Later This Year
By Charles West, TMCnet Web Editor
In a new report, Sony Ericsson, a consumer electronics and telecommunications company that manufactures mobile phones, is said to be more deeply invested in Windows Phone 7 than the manufacturer has let on in the past. A Windows Phone from Sony Ericsson (News – Alert) has been rumored for months, but the phone maker for a while wouldn’t confirm its plans, saying only that it was looking into Microsoft’s (News – Alert) new mobile OS as a possible platform for future devices. A new venture of this sort would definitely increase consumer interest in its smartphones.
In related news, Sony Ericsson, a dealer in mobile communication and entertainment, unveiled its Xperia arc smartphone that combines advanced Sony technology with the latest version of the Android (News – Alert) platform 2.3 (Gingerbread). The Xperia arc is the newest Xperia phone announced in 2011 and is designed to offer exceptional multimedia experience and visual brilliance.
The lightweight phone is just 8.7mm thin and has a 4.3-inch multi-touchscreen display powered by the latest Mobile Bravia Engine that delivers exceptional visual brilliance and a crystal clear image, which enhances the overall entertainment experience.
Users can also access Google (News – Alert) Mobile Services and the myriad of applications available on the Android market and also capture images or record videos using the phone’s 8.1 Mega Pixel “Exmor R” for mobile sensor with f/2.4 camera lens. The videos can be viewed on HDTVs using the built-in HDMI connector.
In a press release, Bert Nordberg, president of Sony Ericsson, commented that the company is starting strong in 2011 by unveiling its most exciting Xperia product yet. The company said the Xperia arc blends state-of-the-art Sony technology with breathtaking design to entertain and wow consumers.
Charles West is a Web Editor for TMCnet. Prior to joining TMC (News – Alert) Charles worked with many gadget oriented sites that included running his own blog (TheTrendaholic.com) and Smartphone column for examiner.com. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Charles West
Photos of Mythical Sony Ericsson Xperia Playstation Phone Unveiled Contributed by Danielle Perigoe on Jan. 9
Sony has denied the existence of Playstation phone, but a web site in China has posted 61 pictures of the elusive device, which clearly has the logo of Xperia, Sony Ericsson’s high-end line of phones, on its back and control panel.
The pictures show a phone with a 4-inch touch-screen display with a slide-out game console. The site reports that the phone comes in black and white, boasts an 8-megapixel camera, 720p video recording, and a micro SD card slot. It also claims that the chip is at least 1GHz and will run on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). The device is approximately the same size and shape as the current Sony Playstation portable (PSP) handheld console.
A phone with gaming controls won’t be for everyone, but there is a potential PSP gaming market which isn’t being served by current devices and applications, and there is a niche – but loyal – fan base already established.
Along with the Verizon iPhone, which is expected to be announced this week, the Playstation cell phone is one of the worst kept secrets in the mobile phone world. Experts are convinced the Playstation phone, also known as “Zeus Z1” exists, and that it will be released early this year.
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