+450 participantes de 29 países. 27 operadoras nacionales de 19 países.
Speaking points Here’s a snapshot of the GSMA’s reach around the world. In addition to our 800+ mobile operator members, our associate members include handset makers, software companies, equipment providers, internet companies, and media and entertainment organisations. As our members have called for more regionally-focused support and policy expertise, we have expanded our presence well beyond London and Brussels to regional business and regulatory centres such as Hong Kong, Buenos Aires, Nairobi, Brasília, Dubai and Delhi. Our expanding work on many fronts reflects the growth of the industry — which is now providing 3.2 billion individuals with mobile services. Note: 6.6 billion connections is not all based in GSM-family technology — this number includes all technologies. For reference, GSMA’s official office list: London Barcelona Brussels Atlanta Santiago Sao Paulo Brasilia India Hong Kong Shanghai Nairobi Plus homeworking staff in 17 additional countries.
Hoy llega al 3.7% del PIB y llegara al 4.5% para 2020
América Latina representa el 10% de los ingresos del mercado móvil mundial (US$ 107mil M), el doble que en 2003. A pesar de esto se observa una desaceleración del crecimiento y consolidación a nivel global y crecientemente a nivel regional
Speaking points The story of mobile is one of continual investment by industry to improve mobile technology, resulting in faster speeds for customers and more efficient use of allocated spectrum. This evolution has taken us from basic voice and SMS services to an incredible array of internet-based services and mobile applications. Of course this evolution is happening at different times, in different ways, depending on the market. In many countries, 2G services have not yet reached every community, and expanding 3G service remains a high priority for most. Nevertheless, all roads will ultimately lead to LTE — the so-called long-term evolution for mobile technology. LTE is on the cutting edge, and as it begins to be rolled out, consumers will see another step-change in mobile service performance. But with broader reach and greater performance comes greater demand. Let’s look at the next five years….
Actualizar a 4g americas
En Argentina La banda de 2500-2690 MHz está siendo utilizada para aplicaciones fijas (principalmente MMDS), como en gran parte del mundo y en particular de América. La banda está subdividida en 31 canales de 6 MHz. También existen canalizaciones para sistemas multicanales digitales (MXD). En el AMBA en un radio de 190kms desde Capital la atribucion es a Servicio Fijo de Datos y Valor Agregado. En el Resto del Pais fuera del AMBA la atribucion es a Circuito Cerrado de TV por Suscripcion.
Note: This is a stand-alone slide showing Europe as an example. Speaking points The uses for radio spectrum are continually expanding, reflecting the progression of science and technology, and the development of new commercial services. So it’s a crowded field of interests — public sector and private sector — all vying for a share of the spectrum. Here, we show the overall share of the radio spectrum that is allocated to different sectors in Europe. The second diagram shows the relative economic OUTPUT from the use of this spectrum. You see here that in Europe, the mobile sector generates 50% of the economic value from only 15% of the total allocated spectrum.
La Banda Ancha Móvil como Herramienta de Integración Social y el Desarrollo Económico