mobile broadband


Ericsson brings mobile broadband to peace initiative with Forest Whitaker

Ericsson will provide Internet access via mobile broadband, computers, and ICT training to youth in conflict zones

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Mobile broadband will act as a strategic disruptor in 2012

Emerging market operators will continue to experience strong connections growth in 2012. Mobile broadband will be the main driver of this growth, but it will also act as a strategic disruptor, finds Ovum

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Nokia Siemens Networks puts mobile broadband and services at the heart of its strategy

Initiates restructuring to maintain long-term competitiveness and improve profitability


Western operators should position mobile broadband as a complement to fixed broadband, not a substitute, says Analysys Mason

Attempts to sell mobile broadband as an alternative to fixed broadband are likely to fail in European and US markets because there is a strong, and correct, perception among consumers that mobile broadband is slower, less reliable and more expensive than fixed broadband

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Seizing the opportunity in mobile broadband

74% of video consumers are stating regular issues like frequent pausing and long waiting times. Worldwide this is driving a churn potential of 31% which is nearly equivalent in all countries

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Broadband speeds increasing but Europe must do more

Broadband connections in Europe are much faster than one year ago according to statistics published today by the European Commission. In July 2010 29% of EU broadband lines had speeds of at least 10 megabits per second (Mbps) (up from 15% one year earlier).Broadband take up continues to grow in the EU with 25.6 subscriptions for every 100 citizens (23.9 one year earlier). Annual growth in mobile broadband is remarkable at 45%, with 6 mobile broadband dedicated access devices (usb-keys or dongles) per 100 citizens. But there is still a long way to go before EU reaches its targets of giving every European access to basic broadband by 2013 and fast and ultra fast broadband by 2020 as outlined in the Digital Agenda for Europe

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