LONDON, December 16, 2011 - - Forecasts Indicate That By 2015, There Will Be More Than 200 Live LTE Networks Using 38 Spectrum Frequency Combinations The GSMA's Wireless Intelligence service has issued a report indicating that the global adoption of LTE services risks being hampered by device interoperability issues unless harmonised spectrum band plans can be achieved. The new report - Global LTE Network Forecasts and Assumptions - One Year On - predicts that there will be 38 different spectrum frequency combinations used in LTE deployments by 2015, a fragmented scenario fuelled by ongoing spectrum auctions, licence renewals and re-farming initiatives across a wide range of frequency bands.

LONDON, December 14, 2011 - - GSMA Event Places New Focus on Burgeoning Market for NFC Technologies and Services The GSMA today announced that it will hold the new GSMA NFC & Mobile Money Summit October 22-25, 2012 at the Milano Congressi in Milan.

BRUSSELS, December 8, 2011 - - Mobile Communication Is a Key European Industry, Comparable to Aerospace and Larger than Pharmaceuticals with Total Revenues of euro 174 Billion in 2010; By Matching US ICT Investment Levels Europe Could Add euro 760 Billion to the Region's GDP by 2020 The GSMA today released the European edition of its Mobile Observatory series, which provides a snapshot of the latest statistics and market developments, as well as a reference point for interested stakeholders in the mobile industry, including policy makers and regulators.

NAIROBI, Kenya, November 29, 2011 - - Release of Spectrum Is Set to Generate an Additional US$82 billion in GDP Per Year and Help Lift 40 Million Sub-Saharan Africans Out of Poverty by 2025 ATU Digital Migration and Spectrum Policy Summit, Nairobi: The GSMA today announced that greater allocation of spectrum for Mobile Broadband is vital for the economic and social development of sub-Saharan Africa.

HONG KONG, November 16, 2011 - Mobile Health Will Be a Major Driver of the Connected Life with a Market Opportunity in Asia Pacific of US$7 Billion by 2017 Mobile Asia Congress -- The GSMA, in partnership with Machina Research, today announced that the growth of connected devices is booming in Asia Pacific, with the region expected to be the biggest market by 2020 with over 11 billion total connected devices(1), and within that, almost 5.6 billion mobile connected devices(2), accounting for a 47 per cent market share and far outstripping Europe (19.1 per cent) and North America (9.4 per cent).
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