This week we look at LTE in Asia-Pacific, Sengal's telecom future, RIM 2.0, LG's ongoing search for a smartphone strategy and TeliaSonera cozying up to the competition. Read all about it in this week's trials-and-tribulations edition of Research Rewind.
Pyramid Research just published "Asia-Pacific to Be Global Leader in LTE," an extensive report on the present and future of LTE in Asia-Pacific. (Are you a global operator or service provider wondering how you can profit from 4G/LTE? Check out our Heavy Reading/Pyramid 4G Consulting Service.)
Pyramid just published its new Country Intelligence Report on Senegal. As a reminder, you can download free excerpts of this and all 60 of Pyramid Research's Country Intelligence Reports, one for each country we cover. There are five-year telecom forecasts for developed and emerging markets around the world.
The Pyramid Points blog has been buzzing with posts looking at a Dickensian best of times/worst of times future for RIM, LG's handset strategy (or lack thereof) and why TeliaSonera thinks cooperating with its competitors -- at least in the M2M space -- is good business.
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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