The use of unique mobile identifier services, which provide identity verification through SIMs, will generate over $7 billion globally for mobile operators in 2024 – up from an expected $859 million in 2019, a growth of over 800%, according to a newly published analyst report.
Global venture capital investment witnessed a gradual decline in two consecutive months — May and June — in the second quarter of 2019, primarily due to a decline in the total number of VC investments in the US and China, according to analyst firm Global Data.
The global digitalisation market is set for massive growth over the next 10 years with forecasts it will reach US$1.2 trillion in value by 2026, delivering business opportunities for telecom operators.
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