Last year, $555 billion worth of mobile transactions were made worldwide, and Juniper Research has found that the total value of mobile money transactions will exceed $870 billion in five years, representing growth of almost 60 percent.
The deployment of 5G networks is expected to revolutionize medicine, so it is not surprising that global surveys suggest that in the next few years we could have more and more smart hospitals and connected health devices. Thus, Juniper Research expects that by 2026, as many as 7.4 million IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) devices will be deployed.
According to a new study by the reputable analyst house Juniper Research, Croatia’s first domestic unicorn, the company Infobip, can look forward to stable business operations in the next five years, and even room for growth. Thus, they suggest that the SMS will not only still be here in five years’ time but also remain very much relevant and popular as a communication tool, particularly in business communication with users.
The rollout of 5G networks will bring about growth in telecom revenue, with most of industries’ revenue coming from next-generation network services. These are the findings of a new study by the reputable analyst house Juniper Research, which predicts that the revenue generated from 5G services will reach $600 billion by 2026, representing 77% of global operator revenue.
In-car payments are set to become the latest trend, which means we will be able to make transactions inside future car models via vehicle IT systems without requiring the use of smartphones.
The analysis used the Competitor Leaderboard tool, which provides an independent assessment of the capacity and capabilities of each of the companies it analyzes and their product positioning, including the size of their operations, financial performance, and the sophistication of their messaging solutions – ICT Business explains.
When was the last time you sent an SMS or MMS? The popularization of messaging apps gives the impression that people rarely use good old SMS, but market data suggest otherwise. Although it is true that SMS revenue is falling, it is still relatively high and brings profit to telecoms.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of 5G connections will reach 3.2 billion by 2026, recording a growth rate of 940%.