LTE to account for one in eight global mobile connections by 2017 says new study of GSMA. LTE-users consume twice as much data as non-LTE users.
The GSMA today announced a new, flexible technical platform, the OneAPI Exchange, which will deliver network capabilities to mobile apps. This latest phase of the OneAPI global initiative allows closer collaboration between operators and developers.
GSMA today announced that mobile operator data revenues will overtake voice revenues globally by 2018 as we move towards a fully connected world.
The GSMA today released a new report, “The Mobile Economy 2013”, which provides a comprehensive overview of the mobile industry today, and outlines the key opportunities and challenges for the mobile industry over the next five years.
This year at Mobile World Congress, Vodafone, together with its partners Accenture, Digi, Intel and SAP, will exhibit the latest machine-to-machine (M2M) technology in the GSMA Connected City.
TestPlant today announced the forthcoming release of eggOn, a new development in mobile app testing technology. The eggOn application can be installed on any Android or iOS phone, including iOS 6, and provides full control of the device from eggPlant without jailbreaking.
Marvell announced today the availability of LTE TDD/FDD capability on its quad-core world-mode platform, which is designed to provide high performance, low-power mobile computing; support for all global 3G and 4G broadband standards, enabling seamless global roaming; and the latest wireless connectivity technology.
At Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, the GSMA will unveil the Connected City, allowing attendees to experience first-hand the city of the future where everyone and everything can benefit from intelligent wireless connections.
Barcelona has today inaugurated the Mobile World Centre Espacio Movistar, the first permanent exhibition and interactive space featuring the world of mobile technology, and which, from tomorrow, allows the public to get to see and experience the latest developments in this field.
The GSMA Arab States Mobile Observatory details strong regional market competition and falling handset prices, fuelling a 32 per cent average annual growth in mobile connections over the past 10 years, soaring from 19 million connections in 2002 to 391 million in 2012.