Future of Wireless International Conference 2012

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Reshaping the Mobile Industry

About the event

In just over twenty-five years, the wireless industry has become wildly successful and delivered value for consumers through investing and innovating in technology and business models for voice and data services. In the process the industry has recruited two thirds of the world’s population as customers and totally changed the way we communicate with each other. The industry is now in perhaps its most dynamic phase ever. Traditional players face many new challenges as the uptake of the mobile internet accelerates, the pressures on voice and SMS revenues from "Over The Top" (OTT) Internet brands increases, and consumer attention and brand value migrates to manufacturers and service providers who offer ecosystems of Smart Phones, Tablets, Apps and TV. Are we entering a new era of growth for operators and device manufacturers, or does the disruption caused by Internet brands, and the accompanying value transfer, threaten to undermine these traditional players’ future, and perhaps the whole ecosystem around them?

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The Møller Centre

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