MWC 2015: Cutting the cables extends ubiquity's reach

shutterstock 204214126 (230x230)GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in Barcelona, Spain comes to a close today, but what a year this has been for the annual event. There were roughly 93,000 visitors and 2,000 exhibitors representing around 200 countries, as a result there was an immense amount of ideas, innovation, solutions and new challenges shared and discussed. Beyond the still expanding automotive sectorautomotive sector and new opportunities for in-vehicle solutions (safety, efficiency, infotainment, etc.), there was a real attention to a next step towards computing or technological ubiquity – the pervasiveness and ever-presence of technology – now with increasing the ease of connectivity through small and big steps.

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MWC 2015: Connecting the last mile – Mobile's maturity shines

barcelona smallThere is a wealth of news coming out of the GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in Barcelona, Spain again this year. Attendance levels are sure to hit well into the 90,000 range of visitors as the week progresses based on the initial few days so far. MWC is absolutely proving itself to be a leading, global event for mobile and with mobile's rise in importance that is saying quite a lot. We've seen the maturing of the mobile world into what is truly a discussion of the impact of the mobile economy - access, connectivity, and devices to meet the needs of more and more people across the globe. MWC keynotes and pannelist from leading companies like Google and Facebook remind us that how we as an industry get devices and access to the mobile economy into the hands of more people will move us from a mobile economy to what Mark Zuckerberg, CEO Facebook, calls "The Knowledge Economy," and that is driven by technology and smart devices.

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Take a Drive with NAND Flash

greencarAs the Asian community celebrates Chinese New Year, most companies around the world enjoy a planned respite from the busy world of electronics. However, with the growth of The Internet of Things (IoT) continuing to increase, manufacturers cannot afford to rest for too long. The number of connected devices is anticipated to reach the billions and all of these devices contain memory as a crucial part of this construction.  

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Smith's Annual Global Supply Chain Survey Results – Overview of challenges

forecastThis was the third year that Smith conducted its Global Supply Chain Survey and again we have collected results from industry professionals across a key set of companies and functions. With a comparable response rate to previous surveys, this year's analysis is looking at the changes and similarities across the years and what that tells us in conjunction with ongoing changes to the supply chain, end-device demand, regional shifts and challenges faced.

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Samsung & Qualcomm Announce New Chips for Mobile in Advance of Mobile Event

shutterstock 25336501 (230x144)The 10th annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain will open in just over a week, March 2-5, with roughly 90,000+ attendees expected. We expect that there will be a flurry of announcements that are going to start rolling in now as MWC has grown to be a follow-on event to International CES. A number of industry reporters have commented that we did not see some of the anticipated consumer electronics (CE) mobile device unveilings from leading OEMs at CES, leading many to believe that MWC will be the showcase for those announcements.

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