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North America II 2015 (12)

North America II 2015

Theme: What are some steps telecommunications companies can take to foster innovation and/or growth?

Innovation has been the cornerstone of success in the mobile ecosystem, and companies should keep pushing on the accelerator as many more opportunities exist. For example, new devices will continue to arrive with varied price points and different form factors – bigger screens, flexible screens, curved screens. Mobile capabilities are being extended into completely new devices, including wearable technology such as glasses, smart watches and fitness/health devices – and these are just the tip of the iceberg. We’ve been seeing indications that the benefit derived from relevant features and functionality, as well as apps, have greatly improved the value proposition to consumers, resulting in increased receptivity in paying more for devices.

LTE’s hidden revenues

Pravin MirchandaniIssue:North America II 2015
Article no.:7
Topic:LTE’s hidden revenues
Author:Pravin Mirchandani
PDF size:385KB

Evolving standards development for the new mobile ecosystem

Gary JonesIssue:North America II 2015
Article no.:9
Topic:Evolving standards development for the new mobile ecosystem
Author:Gary Jones
Title:Chairman/ & Senior Director & Head of Technical Standards Policy, T Mobile North America
Organisation:Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
PDF size:382KB
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