The GSMA Mobile Asia Expo ended with a bang, with 15,500 visitors from 81 countries attending the Shanghai expo including CEOs, industry leaders and consumers.
The worldwide telecommunications industry is going green. This is the trend today, even amid the immense growth of mobile connections and data traffic.
China will generate $707 billion (S$899B) in revenues, cost reduction and service improvements by the year 2020 according to GSMA and Machina Research.
GSMA and 24 global operators adopt transparency measures to ease consumer bill shocks on data roaming charges.
The GSMA’s update to its 2009 Green Manifesto shows industries can save up to $2B in energy costs and greatly reduce green house gas (GHG) emissions.
Flowit, a photo magazine application that minimises bandwidth usage and maximises battery life, won the Smarter App Challenge in the GSMA Mobile World Expo.
To address the rapidly growing and globally important Asian mobile market, the GSMA is launching its Mobile Asia Expo 2012 with focus on The New Mobile Era.