The report underscores the dynamic landscape of the mobile industry in Europe, urging fair contributions from Big Tech and advocating for a reevaluation of merger policies to spur growth and innovation in the 5G era.
“In the first nine months of 2023, Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group achieved solid business results, which showed our resilience and strength to respond to challenges and new business opportunities in a quality manner. Sales revenue recorded a slight increase year-over-year,” said CEO Gordana Kovačević.
This marks the eighth consecutive quarterly decline in the smartphone market. However, we can observe a positive trend.
The global market for 5G core is anticipated to witness substantial growth, with a projected increase from $2.23 billion in 2022 to $3.65 billion in 2023, reflecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 63.94 percent.
According to the seventh annual 5G progress report from a provider of network test, monitoring, and assurance solutions, 47 of the world’s 70 largest economies already have active 5G networks, and mmWave is attracting much attention globally.
Research firms IDC and Canalys point to the fact that the market has contracted by almost 30 percent compared to the previous year, falling below pre-pandemic levels.
It’s vital to advance technology to remove the greenhouse gas CO2 that warms our planet, declare leading climate experts in a recent report.
Telemach has achieved near-national 5G coverage with its 1,200 upgraded base stations, while HT expanded its 5G reach to more than 50 percent of the population by the end of 2021.
Internet access services mostly contributed to the revenue growth of 2.3 percent, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries reports.
HAKOM notes that total investment in the Croatian electronic communications market in 2021 reached HRK 3.01 billion, which is an increase of 20.5 percent compared to the previous year.