All Social, All the Time
Welcome to Research Rewind, a weekly recap of published telecom research and blogs from Pyramid Research and Heavy Reading.
This week we look at a telecom trifecta, 4G in Cameroon, the "social" meme, IMS in Asia-Pacific and South Africa's telecom outlook, and anticipate reports on telecom markets in Morocco and the Netherlands and smartphone operating systems. It's all this week in Research Rewind.
- In the Pyramid blogosphere this week, analysts discussed the implications of the convergence of location, mobile and social as well as the onset of 4G in Cameroon and the state of South Africa's telecom market. Coming soon is a post on the challenges facing navigation providers.
- In the Heavy Reading blogosphere this week, analysts call social the "homophone of telecom" and look at IMS's pride of place in Asia-Pacific.
- Coming soon from Pyramid: Country Intelligence Reports on Morocco and the Netherlands (download free excerpts of all 60 CIRs here) and a research report on smartphone operating systems (see all our research reports).
That's Research Rewind for this week. Until next Friday, we'll see you online at Pyramid Research and Heavy Reading. May the telecom be with you!
— Matt Donnelly, Managing Editor, Pyramid Research