Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Wednesday, July 23, including BlackBerry unveiling BES 10 as a hosted service, Apple posting record iPhone sales and revenues, an explosion of enterprise small cell deployment is expected within the next 12 months, Microsoft unveils cheapest Windows Phone yet and NVIDIA is to release its SHIELD tablet on July 29.
Check out the hottest mobile IT stories for Wednesday, May 21 including the increase of smartwatch shipments in Q1, VoLTE's role in growth of carrier VoIP and IMS revenues, FCC Commissioner Pai's stance on rules for restricting carriers from deploying small cells and DAS, the majority of time spent on a mobile phone is on apps and an enterprise mobility management firm's expansion in Japan.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for April 25, including the finalized acquisition of Nokia by Microsoft, the disappointing employment of small cell technology, the rise in sensor hub shipments, a phenomenon known as cross-channel message fatigue and the latest career move for the former president of Tumblr.
Quick rundown on the latest mobile IT news for Friday, 3/28 including: the Enterprise Mobility Suite unveiling by Microsoft this week, BlackBerry CEO makes cuts due to profit and revenue decline, the value of tablets, the growth of the outdoor small cell gear market and stats on headphone/smartphone connections.
Smartphones and tablets are expected to fuel growth in 'gallium arsenide device' revenues over the next couple of years, with GaAs device revenues to reach $6.1 billion in 2017--up from $5.3 billion in 2012--according to the latest stats from Strategy Analytics.
The explosion in smartphones is expected to push small cell backhaul revenues past $500 million by 2017, according to a new report by the Dell'Oro Group.
Mobile devices are forecasted to generate data traffic exceeding 90,000 petabytes by 2017, with a majority of that traffic occurring over Wi-Fi networks, according to the latest report from Juniper Research.
Enterprises can cut capital expenditures by $60 billion for managed mobility services by outsourcing these services to mobile operators, according to research by Exact Ventures that was sponsored by small cell provider SpiderCloud Wireless.
By 2016, telecom operators expect in-building and outdoor small cells, such as microcells, picocells, and public access femtocells, to handle around one-quarter of mobile traffic, according to the latest research from Infonetics Research.
Carrier Wi-Fi equipment shipments are expected to grow by 84 percent this year and continue double-digit growth through 2017, predicts Ovum research.