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Global GNSS market to grow at a CAGR of 20.98 percent over the period 2012-2016. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the growing popularity of location-based services (LBS). The Global GNSS market has also been witnessing the increased replacement of PNDs by Smartphones. However, the reduced investments due to global… » read more

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Kenya Telecommunications Report The Kenya Telecommunications Report features Business Monitor International (BMI)’s independent industry forecasts through end-2016 on the future strength of Kenya’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… » read more

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Telecom Towers Market in India 2012 Indian telecom sector is the third largest sector in the world and second largest among the Asian emerging economies. Amongst the 811.6 bn wireless subscribers in India, 66% reside in urban areas and 34% hail from rural areas. With low penetration in the rural areas which accounts for nearly… » read more

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Emerging from doldrums but future is full of surprises… Growth of telecommunication was one of the essential developments in the history of mankind. Wireless telecommunication was a dream that was nurtured for ages but came true only in twenty-first century. In India, telecom witnessed pinnacle of growth providing connectivity to every 7 out of 10… » read more

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Asian Mobile Market Forecast 2012-2015 Among the Asian mobile markets, Korea and Japan by adopting 3G at an early stage, have been leading the region in terms of technology, and various kind of services providing diversified contents have been diffused within Asia. While the mobile subscriber numbers of Korea and Japan have been reaching saturation,… » read more

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VoIP Market in India 2012 Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP is economically viable alternative to traditional telephony. It enables calls enhanced with various features which make it attractive at affordable cost. Enterprises and small & medium enterprises are rapidly embracing the solution in India and around the world. Mobile VoIP services on various mobile… » read more

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Great growth potential for Latin American B2C E-Commerce In its “Latin America B2C E-Commerce Report 2011”, Hamburg-based market research firm yStats.com analyzes B2C E-Commerce in large parts of Latin America. The report features the biggest B2C E-Commerce players, revenue figures and internet users, along with online shoppers and recent trends. In addition to Brazil, which… » read more

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Some countries are introducing Long Term Evolution (LTE) services – which are also described as 4G (4th Generation mobile services) – as both a licence needs to be granted and a variety of wireless spectrum is required in order to allow a commercial LTE service to be launched. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=219573&rt=Long-Term-Evolution-LTEMobile-Broadband-Pricing-Worldwide-2012.html But it should be noted that… » read more

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Wi-Fi Market in India 2011 The first reference of Wireless Fidelity or Wi-Fi can be tracked back all the way to the year 1985 but not until recently it started attracting the attention of the Indian consumers both business and general users. Wi-Fi allows the users to take advantage of the wireless networking through internet… » read more

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Mobile Commerce in Public Service: Expanding Beyond Consumer Services Overview: Mobile Commerce is for more than just consumer applications – it’s definition is often constrained to certain device assumptions, use case scenarios, and business models. Mobile Commerce may also be used in business-to-business (B2B) scenarios and the definition can also include many governmental and general… » read more

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