Opera’s cross-platform (Android, Java, BlackBerry, Symbian and iOS) mobile app marketplace, the Opera Mobile Store, has grown phenomenally in the past year, with the number of apps in the store tripling to 140,000 and daily visitors increasing from 1 million to 2.6 million. Countries including India, Brazil, Indonesia and South Africa, where Opera Mini and low-cost, J2ME-powered mobile devices continue to be popular, represented 35% of the global growth. Android also displayed strong growth,...

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Mobile operators are increasingly looking to move their network infrastructures away from the expensive, inflexible and difficult-to-scale hardware-defined models of the past. “Software-defined networking” (SDN) and “Network Functions Virtualization” (NFV) are the key acronyms and buzzwords for the next generation of mobile network traffic management, and something that our Skyfire unit has been very attuned...

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We’re happy to announce, along with our subsidiary company Skyfire, our new global version of the popular mobile browser extension platform, Skyfire Horizon. Horizon can be deployed by operators and OEMs around the world on Android smartphones, and the brand new version has some pretty great features, including the ability for operators to zero-rate (make FREE)...

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Interview with Frode Hernes, VP Product Management for TV and Connected Devices, Opera Software about Opera´s move to Chromium/Blink and the affect the move has had on the industry and Opera´s TV products. Opera Software Blog (OSB): With the launch of the new Opera SDK 4.0, Opera has become the first company to unveil a...

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This year we are attending Webit Congress 2013 in Istanbul from 6-7 November to present Opera’s products and services and take the opportunity to meet up with some of our partners. Visit us at the Opera booth (A9) to learn more about our operator solutions, the 5th-largest app store in the world, the Opera Mobile Store and how to partner with Opera.  Our Global Head...

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