GSMA: Forty CEOs Back Launch of Digital Declaration at Davos
The GSMA today launched the `Digital Declaration' at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The declaration captures key principles that serve as a guide to acting ethically in the digital era, helping companies deliver what matters most to digital citizens, industry and governments.
New GSMA Intelligence Research Reveals Consumer Views on 5G and the Future of Devices
GSMA Intelligence, the research and consulting arm of the GSMA, has published the initial results of its latest Consumer Survey, providing a wealth of insight on consumer technology adoption trends set to shape the industry over the coming years.
Mobile Operators across Middle East Set for Global 5G Leadership, According to New GSMA Reports
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Arab States1 are set to be global leaders in the deployment of 5G networks, with all six markets expected to launch 5G mobile services in the next two years, according to two new reports released today at Mobile 360 Series - MENA.
First GSMA We Care Initiative Launches in Kenya, Focusing on Online Child Protection
Kenya's mobile operators, regulator and government have come together to support a major GSMA initiative aimed at ensuring a safe online environment for children and young citizens in Kenya.
GSMA Announces First Speakers for Mobile 360 Series - MENA
The GSMA today announced the first speakers for its Mobile 360 Series - MENA (Middle East and North Africa) conference taking place on the 26-27 November 2018 in Dubai.
Slowing mobile subscriber growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
Affordability issues and a young population decelerate mobile subscriber growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a GSMA report.
5G is coming, but 3G set to dominate in Sub-Saharan Africa
While 5G is on the horizon, a new GSMA report says 3G will become Sub-Saharan Africa's dominant technology by 2025 as 2G begins to be phased out.
GSMA: Free Flow of Data across Borders Essential for Asia's Digital Economies
Governments in Asia can expand the region's digital economy and unlock further socio-economic benefits for their citizens by removing unnecessary restrictions on the movement of data internationally, according to a new report released by the GSMA today at the Mobile 360 - Digital Societies conference in Bangkok.