By The Numbers

January 2007
Wireless Week;1/15/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p23
Trade Publication
This section offers information on the mobile communication industry. Research and Markets predicts that 94.9% of businesses will be using mobile devices with embedded WiFi or a WiFi/cellular combination by 2010. An ABI Research report shows that total energy consumption from mobile broadband service delivery will increase from 42.8 billion kilowatt hours in 2005 to 124.4 billion kilowatt hours in 2011. Nokia says it sold 40 million out of 90 million mobile devices shipped in 2006.


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