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New version of DeviceAtlas website launched!

We are delighted to launch a new version of the website which should make navigating through the device and other data on the site easier as well as giving us a fresh look and feel more in keeping with what is essentially a very data driven site.

DeviceAtlas at Mobile Marketing Live

Mobile Marketing Live

We have had numerous requests for copies of Ronan's presentation at the Mobile Marketing Live event in London last month.

BDConf Twittermonials

Ronan Cremin or @xbs as he is better known in the Twitttersphere spoke at BDConf last month on Making the Most of Device Diversity. He made two basic points in his presentation:

DeviceAtlas at BdConf

Making the most of device diversity

dotMobi CTO Ronan Cremin is in Dallas this week to speak at Bdconf. His talk will focus on device diversity and how to approach it not as a problem to be solved, but as an opportunity to be exploited. The abstract is as follows:

DeviceAtlas and NGinX

Nginx, HTML5 visualization added to latest DeviceAtlas release

We released version 3.3 of DeviceAtlas this month which comes with a number of new features in tow. We have introduced an Nginx option for the high-performance open-source HTTP server. This is currently at beta readiness, so if you are interested in evaluating this, please contact us at

Varnish Software partners with dotMobi

Varnish Software partners with dotMobi to bring DeviceAtlas device detection to leading Web acceleration software

Varnish web acceleration and DeviceAtlas

We are delighted that our good friends at Varnish Software, the world's leading provider of open source web application acceleration software have partnered with us to embed DeviceAtlas’ device awareness capability into Varnish Cache.

Ronan Cremin DeviceAtlas

Anatomy of a mobile web experience:

This is the second article in a series about how the major internet brands deliver their mobile web experience.

DeviceAtlas Google Story

Anatomy of a mobile web experience:

In a recent blog post that I did here on mobiForge (Server-side device detection used by 82% of Alexa top 100 sites) some people expressed surprise that a 47 byte differe

DeviceAtlas at MWC 2012

Mobile Internet resurgent at MWC12

As Barcelona airport fills with the last remaining tired executives, the sun sets on another MWC.


dotMobi supplies mobile device detection to Acumium

dotMobi supplies mobile device detection to Acumium

Award-winning DeviceAtlas® device detection solution from dotMobi named as preferred solution for Acumium and its customers

Mobile World Congress 2012


Usablenet partners with dotMobi for mobile device detection

Usablenet partners with dotMobi for mobile device detection

Mobile innovation leader Usablenet now employs award-winning DeviceAtlas® device detection solution from dotMobi

Future of the Mobile Web

Future of the Mobile Web Whitepaper

We're very happy to publish this paper arising from the The Future of the Mobile Web event held at the Dublin Convention Centre in January 2012. We covered a lot of ground and the paper is a serious attempt to capture all the topics covered from HTML5 to responsive design to device detection and many others. We found it to be a very worthwhile process to listen, validate our ideas and learn from others in the process of writing it. We hope it is useful to a wider readership also.

Future of the Mobile Web DeviceAtlas

Future of the Mobile Web

Last week we hosted an event loftily entitled "The Future of the Mobile Web" at the Dublin Convention Centre.

10 reasons why mobile analytics are mission critical to a sustainable mobile strategy

Analyzing web traffic at the device level is absolutely essential for all businesses willing to understand and properly address their audience. Like it or not, your potential customers will access your website using many types of web-enabled devices. It's an amazing opportunity to properly track and analyze these devices.

Server Side Detection

Server-side device detection used by 82% of Alexa top 100 sites

About 82% of the Alexa 100 top sites use some form of server-side device detection to serve content on their main website entry point. As you descend from the top 10 to the top 25 and top 100 sites the percentage of sites using server-side detection falls from 100% to 96% to 82%.


DeviceAtlas 3.2 released!

Last week we rolled out version 3.2 of DeviceAtlas! This is a very exciting release and introduces many new web focused properties that enable developers to fully harness the power of mobile devices.

Le Web

Le Web....c'est mobile

I attended the Le Web event in Paris last week. The speaker list featured such notables as Google's Eric Schmidt, Kevin Rose of Milk/Digg, Spotify's Daniel Ek, and a whole host of other notables including the venerable Karl Lagerfeld.


ad:tech New York

We were at adtech New York recently, and were encouraged at the level of interest in DeviceAtlas, especially in the Enterprise solution. Lots of people out there realizing that you can't take chances with your mobile strategy. Also lots of big name companies coming around to a more holistic view of mobile which includes mobile web.

Chet Fenster of MEC explains why brands need a mobile strategy

Chet Fenster of MEC Entertainment, one of the world's top media agency networks makes some salient points on mobile web, apps and the need to adapt to the device.