Tuesday, 08 January 2013 00:00 | Daniel Enns, SVP Marketing & Business Development, Comtech EF Data
Mobile will continue to enable innovative new services in emerging markets across 2013.
Mobile technologies have majorly impacted the development of emerging countries. Many of those regions are experiencing high GDP growth, some of which can be attributed to mobile. Lagos, Rio de Janeiro and Beijing are waking up under the rustling of related startups; mobile money is a national asset in Kenya.
And, amidst the sound and the fury between the buzzing cloud computing and the all-over data storm, it is likely that mobile will still be the premier technology play in emerging countries with reliance on three enablers that will broaden its ubiquity.
2013 will, therefore, be the year of mobile and the consolidation of its ecosystem in the emerging countries, facilitating the way to further sophisticated technologies and services for a better future.
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