The GSMA has released a major new report at the GSMA Mobile 360-Europe event being held in Brussels today, outlining its perspectives on the development of 5G.
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.
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.
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.
The GSMA announced that it has appointed Dr. Wang Jianzhou, former Executive Chairman of China Mobile, as a senior advisor to the GSMA. In this role, Dr. Wang will work closely with GSMA Chairman Franco Bernabè and the GSMA Board to identify new opportunities in and advance key initiatives for the mobile industry.
Vodafone Netherlands acquired spectrum of 2x10MHz in the 800MHz band, 2x10MHz in the 900MHz band, and 2x20MHz in the 1800MHz band for developing LTE services in Netherland.
Vodafone Group Plc today announced the creation of a new Group Enterprise unit, effective from 1 January 2013. Nick Jeffery, currently CEO of Cable & Wireless Worldwide (“CWW”), will be appointed Group Enterprise Director responsible for the new unit.
Deutsche Telekom showed an extremely positive development in operations in the third quarter of 2012. On the other hand, a considerable book loss had to be reported following an accounting-relevant special factor. 555,000 new mobile-contracts in Germany and 160,000 in US reported for third quarter.
Symantec today announced the findings of its Internet Security Threat Report, Volume 17, which shows that while the number of vulnerabilities decreased by 20 percent, the number of malicious attacks continued to skyrocket by 81 percent.