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GSMA: Smart city tech could save Bangkok $1B per year

RCR Wireless — In a new report, the GSMA projects the city of Bangkok could save some $1 billion per year by implementing intelligent transport systems common in so-called smart cities.  43 more words

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Big benefits for Bangkok if Intelligent Transport Systems used: GSMA study

Digital News Asia — DEPLOYING Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in the capital city of Thailand could reduce travel times, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and road accidents, driving social and economic benefits of up to US$1 billion per year, according to the GSM Association (GSMA).  47 more words

_ Research

GSMA’s low-power network initiative to boost IoT growth

Digital News Asia — THE GSM Association (GSMA) has established the ‘Mobile IoT Initiative,’ a new project backed by 26 of the world’s leading mobile operators including Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), Ooredoo and Telenor, OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), as well as chipset, module and infrastructure companies.  30 more words

_ Telcom

The Ebb and Flow of Customer-Centricity in Financial Inclusion - Part One

Why Being Customer-Centric Is a Supply Side Strategy…

> Posted by Evelyn Stark, Assistant Vice President, Financial Inclusion Lead, MetLife Foundation, and Graham A. N. Wright, Group Managing Director, MicroSave… 1,288 more words

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AsiaPac telco community gets a spectrum slap from GSMA

Digital News Asia — The GSM Association (GSMA) said it is disappointed that the Asia Pacific telecommunications community has not identified sufficient spectrum to meet growing consumer demand.  31 more words

_ Telcom

GSMA disappointed by lack of progress in mobile broadband spectrum allocation in APAC

Ahead of World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15), GSMA has expressed its disappointment at the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity’s Conference Preparatory Group (APG) decision to identify only 51MHz of additional spectrum for mobile broadband. 241 more words


GSMA Disappointed by Lack of Progress Made by Asia-Pacific Telecommunity Ahead of WRC-15

Business Wire — John Giusti, Deputy Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the outcome of the final meeting of the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity’s Conference Preparatory Group (APG) in Seoul, ahead of the World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15): The GSMA is disappointed with the APG’s decision to date to identify only 51MHz of additional spectrum for mobile broadband at WRC-15.