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Wireless in Canada: Leading at Home and on the International Stage

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Join the President and CEO of Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, Bernard Lord, as he describes why wireless technologies are essential in the 21st-century infrastructure of our country, …

Join the President and CEO of Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, Bernard Lord, as he describes why wireless technologies are essential in the 21st-century infrastructure of our country, and how wireless will play a leading role in the new digital economy.

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  • 1. Wireless in Canada Leading at Home and on the International Stage Bernard Lord nextMEDIA Banff June 13, 2011
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  • 3. Global Smartphone Penetration – 2011 Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index, 2009-2014
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  • 6. Wireless Industry Partnerships
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  • 9. Delivering Economic Value
    • Wireless communications generates total economic value of $41.2 billion for the Canadian economy
    •    $17.2 billion direct contribution to the GDP
    •    $14.98 billion benefit from economic flow through
    •    >$9 billion in consumer surplus
    • Record $2.95 billion CAPEX in 2009 ($123.91 /sub)
    • Over 261,000 employed in Canada as a result of wireless industry
    • Avg. Salary of $60,031, compared to a Canadian avg. of $43,895
    • Avg. value add $166,000, compared to a Canadian avg. of $71,000 
  • 10. Direct GDP Contribution 2009 – Selected Sectors
  • 11. Wireless Network Investment
  • 12. Worldwide Mobile Data Traffic Projection – Cisco VNI
  • 13. Administrative Licence Fees
  • 14. See You There September 20 septembre www.WirelessShowcase.ca www.Canadasansfil.ca

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