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Scottsdale   New York   London   Singapore                                        © 2010 ABI Research
The Role of Mobile Connectivity in Consumer Electronics                                                                   ...
Is Cellular the Right Connectivity Choice for                      g              y          Consumer Electronics Devices?...
1.1    There will be over 2 billion smartphones shipped 2015 will see over 450 million units                              ...
Scottsdale   New York   London   Singapore                                        © 2010 ABI Research
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The Role of Mobile Connectivity in Consumer Electronics

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The Role of Mobile Connectivity in Consumer Electronics

  1. 1. Scottsdale New York London Singapore © 2010 ABI Research
  2. 2. The Role of Mobile Connectivity in Consumer Electronics Stuart Carlaw VP and CRO Carlaw@abiresearch.com 2/17/2010Scottsdale New York London Singapore © 2010 ABI Research
  3. 3. Is Cellular the Right Connectivity Choice for g y Consumer Electronics Devices? m.livetalkback.com m livetalkback comScottsdale New York London Singapore © 2010 ABI Research
  4. 4. 1.1 There will be over 2 billion smartphones shipped 2015 will see over 450 million units shipped. units.2.2 There will be over 1 1 billion MIDs Netbooks Tablets and Mobile CE units shipped 2015 unit 1.1 MIDs, Netbooks, shipped. volumes will be nearly 350 million units, over 400% higher than today.3. 500 million M2M modems will be shipped.4. 3.6 billion smart devices will be shipped. 1.8 billion on the network in 2015 versus circa 220 million in 2010. 700% higher. Scottsdale New York London Singapore © 2010 ABI Research
  5. 5. Scottsdale New York London Singapore © 2010 ABI Research

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