Augmented reality: enterprise or consumer technology

Innovation starts to become a market reality when it’s no longer in the news. Everyone remembers the fuss made by Google Glass between 2013 and 2015. And what happened about all this noise? Google just folded down its Google Glass, and … nothing more. Now time has passed and Augmented Reality (AR) is getting closer to mainstream. Already several companies are coming up with augmented reality glasses. And their strongest selling argument is that these AR glasses just look normal! For instance, Vuzix introduces its AR glasses for both the enterprise and the consumer market. According to them, markets for augmented reality include tele-medicine, remote support, field service, manufacturing, tra

Mobile Money: OTTs vs. MNOs

Mobile money is the latest battlefield in the ongoing war between the MNOs and the OTTs. The latest new entrant, WhatsApp may change the game with its 1.5 billion users. Mobile money has been growing steadily since its inception in the early 2000s. Originally created by Safaricom in Kenya and allowing only money transfers between their subscribers, mobile money has seen its scope expand and now allows not only peer to peer payments but also to pay merchants, utilities and all kinds of goods and services. Over the years, research has established that the right set of factors to foster the development of mobile money is the combination between a high mobile phone penetration and a low bancariz

Remote management solutions bring an end to eSIM myopia

As often, when people with a culture coming from electronics create a new solution, they focus on the electronics integration and forget about what’s beyond their components. The development of eSIMs is symptomatic of this myopia. The eSIM concept would have existed from Day 1 if mobile telephony was invented now. Our always-on always connected world makes the eSIM solution more convenient than the removable SIM one: it saves a connector in the handset along with valuable space, and it is updateable, allowing for more flexibility in consumer support, marketing and care. In fact, the eSIM has already been widely adopted, first in M2M devices, and now in the booming IoT market as by 2020, conn

Smartphones to become ever more central

Deloitte has been presenting its TMT (Technology, Media and Telecommunications) Predictions since 2001. Every year, the consulting firm, which aggregates facts and figures about multiple high technology markets, gets into presenting its forecasts for the years to come to a wide audience. Maybe one of the most striking topics this year, in Duncan Stewart speech, is that while the smartphones were launched just 10 years ago, their penetration now reaches 85% of adult population in developed countries and is anticipated to reach 90% by 2023. Deloitte is even anticipating an increase in smartphone ASPs (average selling price) from US$ 302 (EUR 242) in 2015 to US$ 350 (EUR 281) in 2023, as they c

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