Sunday, 26 November 2017 23:49

Ericsson launching Mobility Report during webinar this week


Ericsson says its semi-annual Mobility Report "delivers unmatched insights into the present and future of mobile technology usage as well as the proliferation of IoT and connected devices".

On 29 November at 3AM AEDT in Australia, which is 5PM Central European Time on 28 November, Ericsson is launching the latest edition of its Mobility Report with a webinar.

Ericsson explains that the event is an "exclusive one-hour webinar for the launch of our November 2017 edition."

The company says its projections run to 2023 and include:

  • How the number of subscriptions for technologies such as 5G and LTE will change;
  • How mobile traffic will grow between 2017 and 2023 on applications such as video and social networks; and
  • What percentage of the population LTE and 5G will cover in 2023.

The report also contains feature articles on:

  • Why service providers must offer a variety of mobile data options to their customers.
  • How digitalised services enhance live event experiences.
  • What millennial consumers expect from 5G wireless technology.

You can register for the freely accessible webinar here, which gives you access "on demand" to watch it at a later, more convenient time, if 3am isn't your usual wake-up time.

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Alex Zaharov-Reutt

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