Opening of the key note for Xiaomi Mobile Asia
7.1 Billion Mobile Connections in the World and only 3.6 Billion people have a mobile device we still have a lot of work to Do
Four Pillars of Collaborative Industry Initiative by Anne Bouverot GSMA
1. Personal Data
2. Connected Living : IOT (internet of things)
3. Digital Commerce – emerging markets
4. Network 2020 – 4g deployment and interoperable way of around of the world
Chairman of Korea Telecom called for Operators to be involved in creating a GLOBAL STANDARD for the IOT (Internet of Things)
According to CISCO’s research market IOT internet of things will grow to 14 Trillion US part of the new growth will be driven by products like Oral B’s connected toothbrush, that can talk to your dentist while your out for the day http://connectedtoothbrush.com/ It records brushing activity as data that you can chart on your own and share with dental professionals.
Interesting App from CISCO is the Global Internet Speed
Cisco GIST allows you to measure your mobile connection speeds over cellular or wi-fi (if applicable) networks based on your location and download speed at the time of a test. Whether you’re a diehard Android fanatic or a recent Android inductee, this new application from Cisco will help you quickly understand the “gist” of what your device is capable of at any given time. This application will also enable you to compare your cellular and wi-fi speeds with other Android users around the world.
User Speed Classifications:
Web Grade (150Kbps – 449Kbps)
Your connection can support Web browsing, email, text messaging and other basic tasks.
Music Grade (450Kbps – 749Kbps)
Your connection is good enough for audio streaming or downloads and basic web browsing.
SD Video Grade (750Kbps – 1149 Kbps)
Your connection can support standard definition rich media content.
HD Video Grade (1150Kbps and Greater)
Your connection is strong enough to support high-definition rich media content.
Download your app for apple or android here http://gistdata.ciscovni.com/