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Asia to lead Mobile WiMAX growth

Juniper Research is predicting that Asia will account for over 50% of Mobile WiMAX 802.16e subscribers by 2013, exceeding 40 million mobile subscribers.

News from Electronicstalk, 21 January 2008

Mobile specialist joins research team

Juniper Research Has appointed Dr Windsor Holden as Principal Analyst.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 April 2007

Dual mode mobile handsets to drive VoIP over Wi-Fi

Worldwide VoIP over Wi-Fi equipment revenues are predicted to reach more than US $82 billion by 2012 with North America leading the market at $35 billion.

News from Electronicstalk, 27 February 2007

Automated meter reading drives M2M markets

Report concludes that automated meter reading will lead the evolving growth in M2M markets over the coming 3 years and beyond.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 January 2007

3G mobile video expands service options

The increasing influence of mobile video enabled on 3G networks will drive the uptake of many mobile sports, leisure and information services over the next five years, says Juniper Research.

News from Electronicstalk, 4 January 2007

Security attacks on vulnerable mobile phones

According to a new report by Juniper Research, there has been a steadying rise in security attacks on vulnerable mobile phones.

News from Electronicstalk, 14 December 2006

Wireless M2M market set for fresh growth

The market for wireless-enabled machine to machine applications is entering a new growth phase with revenues set to reach $74 billion by 2011.

News from Electronicstalk, 7 November 2006

Mobile security set for expansion

Study concludes that the market for mobile security products will reach almost $5 billion by 2011 and be installed on 247 million mobile phones by that time.

News from Electronicstalk, 28 September 2006

Report looks ahead to Mobile WiMAX launches

Mobile WiMAX report - considering opportunities, strategies and forecasts from 2007-2012 - heralds in the initial wave of certified products being released into the market.

News from Electronicstalk, 2 August 2006

Fixed WiMAX to grow along with mobile

A new report predicts that the number of Fixed WiMAX subscribers will grow from 1.3 million in 2006 to 8.5 million in 2011.

News from Electronicstalk, 25 May 2006

Mobile WiMAX set for early growth

A newly released study by Juniper Research forecasts that the total number of Mobile WiMAX subscribers will grow from 1.7 million in 2007 to 21.3 million in 2012.

News from Electronicstalk, 18 May 2006

Wireless technology to drive healthcare spending

Spending on mobile hardware, software and services across the global healthcare sector is set to rise to $2.7 billion by 2010, according to Juniper Research.

News from Electronicstalk, 16 May 2006

Local government set for wireless explosion

A new report finds that the global market for mobile and wireless hardware, software and services in local government will grow exponentially from $802 million in 2005 to $8.6 billion in 2010.

News from Electronicstalk, 21 March 2006

Education sector set for wireless explosion

A survey predicts that the market for mobile and wireless in the education sector will grow exponentially from $827 million in 2005 to $6.49 billion in 2010.

News from Electronicstalk, 10 February 2006

Report predicts strong growth in RFID

Western European revenues for RFID are set to reach $1.1 billion by 2007, says a new report by Juniper Research, with Germany and the UK between them accounting for 40% of the market.

News from Electronicstalk, 28 January 2005

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