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Smart Homes Enable New Models for Healthcare Services

Smart Homes Enable New Models for Healthcare Services

The ubiquity of broadband connectivity, development of smart sensors, and the decreasing costs of devices have already made it possible to offer aging-in-place, chronic disease management, and post-acute care services in smart homes.

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Evolution of the Mobile Telecom Service Business Model

Evolution of the Mobile Telecom Service Business Model

Mobile communication service providers across the globe have been eager to uncover new sources of subscriber revenue as over-the-top (OTT) apps continue to disrupt their traditional business model offering voice calling and text messaging.

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Video Entertainment Industry Disruption is Unstoppable

Video Entertainment Industry Disruption is Unstoppable

In markets such as North America and Europe, traditional pay-TV operators have jumped into the OTT market to improve subscriber churn by providing less costly video service. Can they compete with the innovative OTT providers? Is this already a lost cause?

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Why Asia-Pacific Leads Internet Growth in 2018

Why Asia-Pacific Leads Internet Growth in 2018

A majority of the growth in internet user numbers will take place in Asia-Pacific in 2018. Of the 182.2 million new internet users worldwide this year, we forecast that 42.4 million will reside in China and 54.2 million in India.

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How AI will Advance Mobile Messaging App Evolution

How AI will Advance Mobile Messaging App Evolution

A recent worldwide market study by Juniper Research found that revenues from Rich Communication Services (RCS) messaging will exceed $9 billion by 2022 — that’s up from an estimated $126 million in 2018. RCS, backed by Google, supports rich media content including video sharing and file transfers.

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Worldwide Smartphone Market Still Growing Slowly

Worldwide Smartphone Market Still Growing Slowly

Smartphone shipments are forecast to drop by 0.2 percent in 2018 to 1.462 billion units, which is down from 1.465 billion in 2017 and 1.469 billion in 2016. However, IDC expects the market to grow by 3 percent annually from 2019 onwards. Worldwide shipments should reach 1.654 billion in 2022 — that’s a five year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.5 percent.

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Telecom Service Providers Embrace IT Transformation

Telecom Service Providers Embrace IT Transformation

Today, 77 percent of all telecom service providers will now require some level of digital transformation over the next three years, to meet the changing market needs in their franchise area and to remain competitive, according to the latest worldwide market study by 451 Research.

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