One in every eight mobile users worldwide will either have a ticket delivered to their mobile phone or buy a ticket with their phone by 2015 -- over 750 million users -- according to the latest analysis from Juniper Research. This compares with approximately 1 in 20 now (230 million). Ticket delivery will be by SMS, bar codes, mobile web, smartphone apps or near field communication (NFC).
Machine-to-machine (M2M) service offerings appear to be on the rise, but there are areas of the telecom market where carriers may not have the infrastructure to support front-end B2B M2M services. In this article, Alex Brisbourne parses out the market and offers some resolution as to where M2M can and should become the business of big carriers, and where it likely will not.
The Open Mobile Video Coalition (OMVC) announced today it has selected digital media ecosystem developer Neustar, Inc., to provide the Mobile DTV Trust Authority with the infrastructure necessary to deliver live, digital broadcast TV content to various mobile video-enabled devices such as mobile phones and portable media players. Neustar's technology enables connectivity across different networks, technologies and applications, and it possesses unique experience developing digital media ecosystems.
In a recently published report by Dell’Oro Group, mobile infrastructure market revenues increased 33 percent in the fourth quarter of 2010 to $11.2 billion. The report indicates that the market expansion was a result of continued strong WCDMA sales, as well as a pick up in the 2G market. In addition, vendors started recognizing significant LTE infrastructure revenues during the fourth quarter.
Now in its fifth year, the conference is well established as the leading regional gathering for financial and strategic decision makers in the telecom, finance and law sectors.
The event uniquely brings together telecom leaders (CEOs, CFOs, CSOs, FDs and heads of M&A) with Investment Bankers, Lawyers, Financiers and Professional Advisers to debate Investment Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions and Financing.
China Mobile, the world's largest mobile carrier by subscribers, said on Friday that Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs has expressed interest in developing an iPhone based on the Chinese carrier's network standard.
The whole world is racing toward 4G. Verizon Wireless boasts it contains “the world’s fastest 4G network.” Sprint is going to “turbo charge your Internet with 4G.” Consumers are excited about the opportunities 4G presents including significantly improved mobile Internet and social networking experiences, movie and TV streaming, and enhanced gaming and shopping capabilities from their mobile devices.
Nokia (Espoo, Finland) will join with Microsoft (Redmond, WA, USA) to challenge Apple and Google's grip on the smartphone market in a bold move by the Finnish manufacturer.
Nokia will use Windows Phone as its software platform for all forthcoming smartphones as part of a sweeping overhaul announced by CEO Stephen Elop.
Having secured a visionary speaker line-up, including insights from 18+ operator speakers, this years 3G, HSPA+ and LTE Optimisation event is set to be a fantastic opportunity from networking and learning from the key stakeholders in the industry.
A thin but energetic Steve Jobs made a surprise return to the spotlight on Wednesday, taking the stage to unveil Apple Inc's new iPad and drawing a standing ovation.
The Silicon Valley legend has been out on medical leave since late January and his reappearance, in trademark turtleneck and jeans, bolstered Apple shares and reassured investors and fans worried about his health.