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GSMA puts out one final plea for spectrum sanity

With a crucial Ministerial Council Meeting looming where the European Electronic Communication Code will be discussed at length, the GSMA has put out a final appeal for reform.

GSMA launches Mobile IoT Initiative – yay!

The GSMA has announced that its Mobile IoT Initiative is now officially up and running! June 26 has traditionally been a boring day, nothing of importance to remember, but no longer!

GSMA publishes global connectivity scores

Global mobile operator trade association the GSMA has published a Mobile Connectivity Index, which rates pretty almost country in the world according to mobile internet adoption.

Huawei CEO calls for harmony as the dawn of IoT looms

By 2020 Huawei will have 6.7 billion mobile broadband users on 1Gbps network with a billion devices connected to the Internet of Things if everything goes to plan, according to Ken Hu, Huawei’s CEO.

GSMA launches online mobile industry marketplace

The GSMA has launched an online commerce site for the mobile industry, claiming it is designed to address inefficient procurement processes by providing a common platform for buyers and sellers. The organisation claimed the GSMA Marketplace will help buyers reduce the time spent finding the best deals and decrease sellers’ costs incurred from showcasing their products.

4G coverage to surpass third of global population this year – report

4G networks will cover over a third of the world’s population by the end of this year, according to data published by the GSMA. The industry association said it has calculated that 4G availability will rise from 27% of the global population last year to 35% by December 2015.

GSMA opposes UK national roaming proposals

The GSMA has come out in opposition to the UK government’s national roaming proposals. In a statement, issued mere weeks after the news first broke, the mobile industry association’s Chief Regulatory Officer Tom Phillips said the organisation believes compulsory network sharing would be damaging to the industry and service quality.

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