On the eve of the world's largest mobile event, TIA is releasing the mobile component of its 2010 ICT Market Review & Forecast as a tool for ICT industry decision-makers and technologists to use at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. TIA will host a Webinar on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. on Mobile and Wireless Markets. Register today on http://www.brighttalk.com/webcasts/8779/attend
Arlington, Va. – Despite the recent economy, the overall outlook for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry has never been better. Fueled by the popularity of smartphones, spending on wireless data will more than double during the next four years to $93 billion from $43 billion in 2009, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) reports in its 2010 ICT Market Review & Forecast.
On the eve of the world's largest mobile event, TIA is releasing the mobile component of its 2010 ICT Market Review & Forecast as a tool for ICT industry decision-makers and technologists to use at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
TIA will host a Webinar on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. on Mobile and Wireless Markets. Register today for the free Webinar and submit your questions in advance.
"In business, information is the most precious commodity," said TIA President Grant Seiffert. "Coming out of the recession we don't want to delay delivery of the most comprehensive and valuable market intelligence and analysis.
TIA is sharing as much as we can as soon as possible to help the ICT industry capitalize on the opportunities we see in the growth cycle ahead."
Grant Seiffert is hosting the Webinar with economist Arthur Gruen, principal author of the 2010 ICT Market Review & Forecast, published annually by TIA for 14 years.
They'll answer these questions, and more:
- How is growth in wireless data demand affecting the various industry sectors?
- What percentage of overall unit sales will smartphones account for by 2013?
- How much will mobile data affect infrastructure investment this year?
- How will increased demand for services push timetables for bringing 4G networks online?
Watch for future Webinars on Landline Communications, Enterprise Equipment and International Markets in the coming weeks, as TIA speeds the latest market intelligence from the 2010 ICT Market Review & Forecast to its members and subscribers throughout the first quarter of 2010.
TIA's 2010 Market Review & Forecast is the definitive report for the ICT industry. Be informed before Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona. To schedule an interview with Grant Seiffert in Barcelona, please contact TIA PR Director Mike Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) represents the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry through standards development, advocacy, tradeshows, business opportunities, market intelligence and world-wide environmental regulatory analysis. Since 1924, TIA has been enhancing the business environment for broadband, mobile wireless, information technology, networks, cable, satellite and unified communications. Members' products and services empower communications in every industry and market, including healthcare, education, security, public safety, transportation, government, the military, the environment and entertainment.
TIA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Visit tiaonline.org.
TIA's Board of Directors includes senior-level executives from ACS, ADC, ADTRAN, Alcatel-Lucent, ANDA Networks, AttivaCorp, Avaya, Bechtel Communications, Inc., Cisco Systems, Corning Incorporated, Ericsson, Inc., GENBAND, Inc., Graybar, Henkels & McCoy, ILS Technology, Intel Corporation, Intersect, Inc., LGE, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel, Openwave, Inc., Panasonic Computer Solutions Co., Powerwave Technologies, Qualcomm, Research In Motion, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave Corporation, Tellabs, Tyco Electronics, Ulticom, Inc., and Verari Systems. Advisors to the Board include FAL Associates, Orca Systems and Telcordia Technologies.
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