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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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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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“Wireless Communication Modules for Smart Meters – Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020” provides an analysis on the market developments in the global market for wireless communication modules used in smart meters. The key countries covered are the US, Canada, the UK, Denmark, Ireland and Australia. Wireless communication modules for smart meters are chips embedded… » read more

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Major branded vendors projected to put emphasis on users in the next-generation era of mobile networks, and in this era, the vendors will think beyond boundaries, aiming to compete with one another and cooperate with telecom operators, supply chain manufacturers, and application providers. The future Smartphone industry is expected to focus on mid-range and value-line… » read more

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The Future of 4G Technologies: New opportunities and changing business models for the emergence of LTE and WiMAX Technological innovation, including 3G, improved smartphones and multiplay mobile Internet devices (MIDs), has led to a boom in data usage with data traffic surpassing voice traffic for the first time in December 2009. Having nearly trebled in… » read more

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Shifts in smartphone dominance, lower mobile subscriber growth in emerging markets and increasing demand from Web 2.0 enterprises for wholesale services are among the telecoms predictions for 2011 by independent analyst. ( Telecom sector ) As the New Year begins, It has released its predictions for the key issues and events that will shape the… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “2011 Outlook for the Global Communications Industry” into its market report catalogue for reselling. 2011 Outlook for the Global Communications Industry This report profiles the key development trends of the global communications industry in 2011, covering the topics of shipment value, emerging markets, chipset platforms, application stores, industry competition,… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “Mobile content and applications in emerging markets: the current state of play” into its market report catalogue for reselling. Mobile content and applications in emerging markets: the current state of play Although mobile content and applications currently play a small role in emerging markets, they have big potential to… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “Smartphone platform profile: Google Android” into its market report catalogue for reselling. Smartphone platform profile: Google Android This profile looks at Google’s Android platform – an open-source software platform for mobile phones and other devices – from a mobile operator, handset manufacturer, and developer perspective. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=126311&rt=Smartphone-platform-profile-Google-Android.html ) Key… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “Location based advertising 2010-2015” which gives in depth analysis of the location based advertising market and the role of services play in the market. Location based advertising 2010-2015 Latest exclusive report on location based advertising examines how the location-based services market has experienced huge growth over the past two… » read more

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