hSenid Software International

hSenid Software International Pvt. (Ltd.) is a software development company with offices in the United States, Singapore, India and R&D center in Sri Lanka. Founded in 1997, hSenid specializes in dynamic wireless applications and back end integrations (middleware) for Telecommunication Companies and Enterprise markets. Our extensive range of wireless applications includes a Productivity Suite, Messaging Suite, Financial Suite, Entertainment Suite and an Enterprise & Telco Suite. The technologies we use include J2ME, SMS, WAP, XHTML, MMS and PocketPC.

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Electronics Weekly | January 20, 2020

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S K Telecom claims that, earlier today, it staged the world’s first standalone (SA) 5G data session on its multi-vendor commercial 5G network. SK Telecom said that it plans to launch the world’s first 5G SA service in the first half of this year. The standalone 5G data call took place on January 16, 2020 in Busan, the second largest city in Korea, using SK Telecom’s commercial 5G network deployed in that region. To achieve this, the company applied standalone New Radio (NR) sof...

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CELEBS SHARE RUMORS LINKING 5G TO CORONAVIRUS, NUTJOBS BURN CELL TOWERS

Arstechnica | April 12, 2020

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Wireless technology has enjoyed a long history with fears based on vague accusations that it causes health issues and claims that some people are "electrosensitive." Those fears have been maintained by a handful of ambiguous studies that suggested hints of possible links between cell phone use and cancer, but most of these studies had significant issues. And plenty of other studies saw no connection. Nevertheless, the gradual arrival of the next generation of wireless technology, 5G, h...

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CRN | January 28, 2020

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SDxCentral | January 26, 2020

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T-Mobile US and Sprint have spent the better part of the last two years hoping and planning to merge into a combined entity, but now that the outcome of that effort rests with a federal judge, the future of both companies is unclear. If the merger is blocked and the operators remain separate companies, their respective 5G plans are going to evolve considerably and quickly. “T-Mobile is in a more favorable position than Sprint” because it enjoys a stronger balance sheet and the wherew...

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SK TELECOM CLAIMS WORLD’S FIRST STANDALONE 5G DATA SESSION

Electronics Weekly | January 20, 2020

S K Telecom claims that, earlier today, it staged the world’s first standalone (SA) 5G data session on its multi-vendor commercial 5G network. SK Telecom said that it plans to launch the world’s first 5G SA service in the first half of this year. The standalone 5G data call took place on January 16, 2020 in Busan, the second largest city in Korea, using SK Telecom’s commercial 5G network deployed in that region. To achieve this, the company applied standalone New Radio (NR) sof...

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CELEBS SHARE RUMORS LINKING 5G TO CORONAVIRUS, NUTJOBS BURN CELL TOWERS

Arstechnica | April 12, 2020

Wireless technology has enjoyed a long history with fears based on vague accusations that it causes health issues and claims that some people are "electrosensitive." Those fears have been maintained by a handful of ambiguous studies that suggested hints of possible links between cell phone use and cancer, but most of these studies had significant issues. And plenty of other studies saw no connection. Nevertheless, the gradual arrival of the next generation of wireless technology, 5G, h...

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5G STRATEGIES OF T-MOBILE US, SPRINT HINGE ON MERGER

SDxCentral | January 26, 2020

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