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Unwired Planet Inc. Analyst Research Report: Long Term Viability Examined by BrokerBank Securities, Inc.

NEW YORK, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Unwired Planet Inc. (NASDAQ: UPIP) is the subject of an analyst research report. We are currently in the midst of a mobile revolution that will ultimately reshape the way businesses and consumers interact amongst themselves and with each other. As global adoption increases for both mobile and cloud technologies, revenue derived from those technologies will increase significantly. Further, companies are expected to increase their acquisitions in areas related to these technologies in an effort to capture a larger share of this growing market.  

According to KPMG's 2013 Technology Industry Outlook Survey, mobile and cloud computing will be the biggest drivers of revenue growth in the next one to three years, followed by advanced data and analytics, healthcare IT and applications, and security. Furthermore, an increasing amount of internet traffic continues to originate from mobile devices with estimates currently ranging between 15% and 25%. That number is only expected to grow further as the worldwide number of smartphones and tablets overtake the number of PCs. In addition, according to an Ericsson LTE research report from November 2013, there will be roughly 2.6 billion LTE subscriptions worldwide by 2019. Through its development of Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), which was the first widely used standard for connecting mobile devices to the internet, Unwired Planet, Inc. claims to be the pioneer of the mobile internet.  

Unwired Planet (UPIP) is an intellectual property and technology licensing company with approximately 2,600 worldwide mobile technology patents and patent applications. The company generates revenue by licensing its patented innovations and technologies to companies that develop mobile communications, software infrastructure, or hardware, and/or develop mobile communications products.   

A full in-depth analyst report on UPIP that includes risk factors, industry review, financial position, potential revenues, review of current business model, competition breakdown, analyst summary, and recommendation can be viewed by using the following link at no cost:

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