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Displaying items by tag: Mobile industry

Intel, the world's largest chip maker and Nokia, the leading mobile handset maker, have formed a long term relationship to develop future mobile computing devices and underlying chipset architectures that they say will lead to mobile devices far in advance of those presently available.

Mobile cell sites are ideal locations for weather monitoring: they can provide physical infrastructure, power and connectivity. Ericsson and mobile carriers plan to use them to increase Africa's weather monitoring stations from a mere 300 to over 5000, and Ericsson is looking to do the same thing in Asia Pacific.

Curtin Business School's Communication Economics and Electronic Markets Research Centre is participating in a five-year multi-million dollar study to assess the benefits of 3G wireless services saying that there is a direct link between the timely adoption of 3G mobile technologies and economic growth.

Published in Strategy
The latest victim of the global recession would appear to be the seemingly unstoppable mobile phone sector if the latest market forecasts are to be believed.

Published in Mobility
Market Research firm Strategy Analytics says that global mobile handset shipments recorded their greatest decline in the industry's 27-year history: 13 percent between Q1 2008 and Q1 2009. IDC thinks the decline was even greater, almost 16 percent.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 30 April 2009 14:07

Mobile industry keeps moving, despite downturn

Mobile operators are seemingly making a good fist of business and showing their resilience in the face of the economic downturn, with operators maintaining revenue and customer growth slowing but still continuing.

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