Chinese visitors from China’s Hubei province will not be able to attend the GSMA MWC Barcelona event to be held in Barcelona later this month due to restrictions on access now imposed by the GSMA due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
Mobile industry body GSMA says the MWC Barcelona event scheduled for Barcelona in late February will still go ahead despite concerns about the potential impact on the event of the coronavirus outbreak.
Mobile industry body GSMA says it is monitoring and assessing the potential impact of the Coronavirus on its MWC20 events held annually in Barcelona, Shanghai and Los Angeles, as well as the Mobile 360 Series of regional conferences.
The mobile communications industry has thrown its weight behind the federal government’s commitment to regulatory reform of the allocation and management of spectrum.
An ACMA-commissioned Newspoll survey from February contains ‘some valuable insights for industry in the design of mobile products and the delivery of spend management alerts.
In a submission clearly aimed at lessening the powers of regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority, the peak body representing mobile operators has called for deregulation of its industry.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has launched a major new report that shows the important role played by mobile telecommunications in lifting Australia’s productivity. But the report authors say more mobile spectrum is needed.
After several years of the research, global mobile industry body has come out with what it says are definitive data on mobile device penetration: global mobile subscriber numbers of 3.2 billion and total active connections of 5.9 billion by the end of 2012.
A group of nine, as yet unidentified, Nokia shareholders opposed to the Microsoft alliance has set up a web site to lobby shareholder support for an alternative plan that would see the alliance scrapped, and CEO Stephen Elop sacked along with number of other senior executives.
With the 15 year spectrum licences under which Australia's mobile networks operate coming up for renewal, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has wheeled out a leading economist to lobby the government for 'conservative' renewal fees.
Nokia has re-organised its mobile phone business in a bid to better exploit the rapid growth of smartphones and the challenges from new vendors and technologies in the smartphones market.
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