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10 Sep 2013  |  Europe
The Status of Mobile Communications Markets in Central and Eastern Europe
This tracker assesses the status of the mobile communications markets in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The assessment is based on a number of key performance indicators gathered per country and per mobile network operator. Historic data has been provided for the period from 2009 to 2011. The base year is 2012. The forecasting period goes from 2...
25 Jul 2001  |  Europe
12 Nov 2001  |  Europe
20 Sep 2001  |  Europe
The wireless LAN market has shown significant growth in the last few years. This has been driven by a well-supported standard, increased awareness, convenience and falling prices. Providing access in public spaces offers service providers a new revenue stream as well as a steep learning curve in the use of wireless data. This report looks at the op...
18 Mar 2002  |  Europe
28 Mar 2002  |  Europe
07 Mar 2002  |  Europe
The as yet unproven fundamental value of voice and data convergence leaves widespread adoption of Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange (IP PBX) and packetised voice in Europe lagging behind the US. The bursting of the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) hype bubble has dealt a blow to the technologys credibility, further slowing the transiti...
15 Apr 2002  |  Europe
Bringing together all aspects of an organisation's or individual's communication needs is some way off, but the logical steps and building blocks are already in place. What unified communication applications will resolve is the dispersed nature of a number of modern technologies, providing a central focus point of access where individuals and organ...
05 Apr 2002  |  Europe
The report gives a strategic overview of how SMS has developed and grown to such a popular, ubiquitous technology. It looks at the evolution of SMS from a basic alerting mechanism to mass market communication channel, and how it will continue to grow and be used as next generation technologies like EMS and MMS are launched.
15 Apr 2002  |  Europe
The wireless LAN industry is enjoying strong growth, driven by the adoption and support of a single standard, falling costs, productivity and cost savings which the technology provides and critical mass. This final point is crucial: Frost & Sullivan believes that wireless LANs are about to enjoy the networking effect, whereby the more wireless LANs...