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The Tanzania Telecommunications Report features Business Monitor International (BMI)’s independent industry forecasts through end-2016 on the future strength of Tanzania’s ICT market, covering the fixed-line, mobile and internet segments, and analyses latest regulatory developments and corporate news, including investment activity, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and partnerships. All leading operators and manufacturers are fully profiled,… » read more

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TechNavio’s analysts forecast the Global Wireless Infrastructure market to grow at a CAGR of 1.9 percent over the period 2011–2015. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the rapid deployment of LTE networks by telecom operators. The Global Wireless Infrastructure market has also been witnessing development of energy-efficient equipment. However, market… » read more

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“Near Field Communication (NFC) Market to 2016 – Increased Availability of NFC Embedded Handsets Key for Higher Market Penetration”, provides key information and analysis on the NFC market. NFC is a wireless or contactless communication technology based on International Organization for Standardization (ISO), European Computers Manufacturers Association (ECMA) and European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) standards.… » read more

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Vodafone: Becoming a valuable and recognizable brand As early as 2004, Vodafone stated its aim was to be in the top five most valuable brands in the world. By 2011, the telecom giant had achieved this goal through an aggressive sponsorship campaign, a strategy of non-controlled interests to increase its presence across the globe, and… » read more

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Mobile Commerce 2012 Mobile commerce is about the explosion of applications and services that will become accessible from Internet-enabled mobile devices. It involves new technologies, services, and business models. It is quite different from traditional e-commerce. Mobile phones, tablet commuters, PDAs (etc.) impose very different constraints than desktop computers. The ecosystem and value chain for… » read more

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India houses 811.6 bn cellular subscribers. This huge subscriber base is split in 66:34 between rural and urban users respectively. With falling prices of mobile voice calls and text messages, telecom operators are turning to additional services which are offered to customers; such services are called Mobile Value Added Services or MVAS. With diverse demography,… » read more

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In a matter of two years, the tablet has developed from a minor, niche product into one of the world’s fastest growing media platforms. A mere blip on technological consciousness before 2010, it took less than two years for tablets to overtake global netbook PC sales. Millions of consumers are adopting this new technology as… » read more

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The future of telecommunications is steadfastly driving towards IP convergence. Next generation networks require a reliable and future-proof base for the increasing demands of both fixed and wireless connectivity. Fibre optics communication is currently the fastest and most resilient technology available and already forms the core network of international submarine cables connecting the different regions… » read more

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Carrier ethernet is currently in the growth stage of its lifecycle and is one of the few sectors of the telecoms industry that saw positive growth during the recession. With Next Generation Networks converging with rising smartphone and tablet adoption rates, the strain on service providers for backhaul and content rich applications continues apace. It… » read more

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Unified Communications market in India is currently undergoing through a phase wherein the market can be characterized with steady growth and a cut-throat competition amongst players operating in the market space. Primarily, the market is boosted by the ongoing proliferation of high speed internet services such as 3G and broadband. Further, the demand to incorporate… » read more

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