The GSM Association (GSMA) does not believe the ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic will adversely affect worldwide 5G rollouts but concedes that near- to mid-term deployment schedules may be delayed, and demand from consumers may be weakened.
GSMA Mobile 360 – Digital Societies: Mobile technology to play vital role in new industrial revolution
Will Malaysia be ready for the transition to a world powered by mobile and communications technology?
To realise its full potential, 5G requires a rethinking of the ecosystem and how participants work and ‘play’ with each other.
More than half of world’s 5G connections will be in APAC by 2025, says GSMA.
Its growth within a vast region would be staggered and less developed regions are expected to face challenges.
The industry needs to build a better future by demonstrating leadership in security and trust issues.
Was deputy chairman from January 2014 through December 2015, marking the first time a Malaysian held the post and the first time an Asean country was represented.
GSMA report estimates that assigning 700 MHz to mobile broadband would deliver US$11 billion over 10 years.
Edwin Yapp reflects on his time spent at MWC Shanghai and comes away with a few conclusions.
Akkaraju will work with the GSMA’s operator members in identifying opportunities that will advance the development of the mobile communications industry.