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Our team comprises some of the most specialised expert analysts in the industry, producing research that serves to tell the stories behind the numbers. Our analysts are often cited in the media and publications, and are available for commentary by contacting our Media Team.

“IoT gets real for enterprises”

In this article by IoT Times, Sylwia Kechiche, Principal Analyst for IoT and Enterprise, shares insights from our latest survey… Read More Read more

“Connectivity drives convenience as Brits turn to their smartphones for retail therapy”

In this byline article for Talk CMO, Jason Reed, Lead Analyst for Digital Consumer, explores how convenience and COVID-19 are… Read More Read more

“Energy will take bigger share of 5G operators’ costs”

In this article by Capacity Media, Tim Hatt, Head of Research at GSMA Intelligence, outlines how the move to 5G… Read More Read more

What 5G means for Africa

In the November issue of African Business “Going viral inside Africa’s telecoms revolution” Kenechi Okeleke, Director of Social and Regional… Read More Read more

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