Datapoint – GSMA Intelligence at CES2024

AI, Cars, TVs, AI, Gaming, AI, Connectivity and Insights (and AI).

CES 2024 saw around 130,000 attendees, including GSMA Intelligence analysts on the ground. The show has historically been a consumer-focused event, enterprise innovations also factor strongly across CES exhibits, announcements, and meetings. Join GSMA Intelligence analysts post-show commentary on the most important news spanning new consumer technologies, AI in devices and the enterprise sector, digital entertainment and automotive. 

Featured Analysts:

  • Peter Jarich, Head of GSMA Intelligence
  • Anshu Goel, Lead Analyst, Digital Consumer
  • Cesar Bachelet Lead Analyst, Fixed, TV and Convergence
  • Christina Patsioura Lead Analyst, IoT & Enterprise

Read the CES Spotlight report, including insights, meticulous analysis, and a comprehensive overview of the latest technological trends here.

Datapoint – RIS Innovations

This latest datapoint explores how RIS serves as a pivotal intermediate network element, strategically positioned between antennas and user equipment. Operators can now consider leveraging RIS to address coverage gaps with unprecedented efficiency.

In our comprehensive report, we delve into the advantages of RIS, particularly its compact and efficient nature, making it an ideal choice for rapid deployment in dense urban scenarios with higher frequencies. While every innovation comes with challenges, RIS emerges as a cost-effective solution for operators aiming to densify their networks.

Datapoint filmed by Lead Analyst, Emanuel Kota, at GSMA Intelligence.

Download the report here:

Datapoint – The Climate Connection

In this datapoint video, Jakub Zagdanski, Senior Economist at GSMA Intelligence, reveals a staggering data point: a delay in 5G spectrum assignment could lead to 10 million tons of additional carbon dioxide emissions in a medium-sized low-income country.

Key insights from our report ‘Spectrum Climate Connection” highlight that efficient spectrum use correlates with reduced carbon emissions and brings economic advantages to society. In contrast, inefficient spectrum policies may result in higher costs and a diminished adoption of emission-saving technologies.

Check out our report ‘Spectrum Climate Connection’ here: