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"Mobile Video Adaptation and Delivery 2012-2016" and "Mobile Internet Product Portfolios 2012-2016" are for professionals in the mobile industry with content vendors, mobile operators, device OEMs, device ODMs, mobile broadband modem vendors and more.

DALLAS, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The global mobile data traffic would go over 10 exabytes a month by 2016 as per the research sleuths of TeleResearch Labs – and video content would comprise the lion's chunk of the matter. Why is this so? Well, firstly, owing to the simple fact that what's visualised is better perceived/ understood, globally. With the varied differences in the socio-economic make-up of countries spanning from North America to the depths of Africa, and the fastly-rising lifestyles of people in Asia, to Australia & New Zealand, the time is Now for all MNOs & the producers of mobile communications devices to "act" rather than feel hopelessly outdated within the next 5 years. And that's what led to the birth of the report "Mobile Video Adaptation & Delivery 2012 – 2016".

The lifeline of any telecom operator across the globe is its ARPUs. Network operators are trying to fully comprehended the much hyped 'super-fast' 4G LTE networks and question themselves of being actually capable to quench the skyrocketing mobile data (in particular, video) traffic. How many 'second-best' strategies have they put in place to safeguard the stupendous amounts they are currently investing, or planning to invest into their networks to meet this challenge is one of the biggest questions doing the rounds.

Around 1.4 billion people accounting for 20% of the world population have no access to electricity including 585 million based in sub-Saharan Africa and remaining mainly from Southeast Asia. People, despite no electricity, are able to access mobile mainly in rural areas of these regions. This "off grid on Internet" population serves as an unserved target for mobile operators to accomplish their goals. Globally there are 32 countries where mobile data has already broken the electricity barrier. In 2011 total number of mobile users in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia exceeds the total on-grid population. By the end of 2013, the number of mobile users in the Middle East will exceed the Middle Eastern on-grid population, and by 2015 the number of mobile phone users in South Asia (India and surrounding countries) will exceed the South Asian on-grid population. It is expected that this off grid on Internet population is expected to reach around 138 million by 2015. Towards this our Report attempts to remove the fear/ hesitation which many tier 2/ greenfield operators could be harbouring towards investments in mobile video services. Several insightful and detailed case studies and analysis of mobile video services' pricing/ business models have been included in the Report to give you an indepth scenario of these services and how to commence and successfully manage them.

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On the other hand, the report "Mobile Internet Product Portfolios 2012-2016" helps answer following questions:

  • Has the complete potential of NFC been envisaged yet?
  • Can smartcards' makers come up with enhanced computational ability and enable realtime encryption of speech or video in the future?
  • How would the balance tilt in favour of content aggregators/ developers from MNOs in the Mobile VAS arena?
  • What are the most excruciating concerns for cloud computing adoption, and the latest business models?
  • What are the strategies the tier 1 and tier 2 smartphone makers are focusing upon for the next few years?
  • What would be the CAGR of mobile apps regionally, by 2016, and what factors would affect it?
  • How can MID makers strategise production, especially in unserved/ underserved markets?
  • What should be the top concerns for chipset makers vis-à-vis upcoming technologies like NFC, and how could ventures within the Global Navigational Satellite Systems (GNSS) be exploited further?
  • How would the app models be evolving over the next 6 years?
  • How to make all MIDs linkable for a truly mobile Internet experience at all times?
  • How to drive user adoption of mobile Internet in unserved/ underserved regions?
  • What could be the potential mergers/ acquisitions the telecom industry would witness in the coming 24 months and how can smaller players avoid being snuffed out by the bigger ones, especially in unserved/ underserved markets?

Key Takeaways of this 180 pages report, which can be ordered @, cover:

  • Worldwide retail smartphone shipments would touch 653 million by 2016.
  • Worldwide shipments of NFC-enabled smartphones is forecasted at 567 million units by 2016.
  • Worldwide shipments on 3D-enabled smartphones would be 100 million units by 2016.
  • Worldwide Tablets' revenues would rocket at $68 billion by 2016.
  • Worldwide 3G USB Dongle of Huawei shipments would be 500 million by 2016
  • Asia Pacific smartphone shipments will be 325 million by 2016.
  • Global mobile app revenues would touch $53 billion in 2016.
  • Global cloud-based music services will reach 200 million users by 2016.

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