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[Etude] Etat des lieux du mobile en France

[Etude] Etat des lieux du mobile en France
Usages, applications, web mobile, guerre des OS, constructeurs, nouvelles technologies… L’agence Dagobert s’est une nouvelle fois penchée sur le marché du mobile en France. Véritable état des lieux, cette étude portant sur le 1er semestre 2012 est présentée sous forme de slideshare. Le pôle stratégie de l’agence de communication digitale a ainsi compilé une batterie d’études sur le marché, récapitulées en 70 slides, afin de proposer une vision truffée de chiffres, pertinente et claire du secteur français en la matière. Ce panorama s’articule autour de trois grands axes : Les tableaux de bords qui proposent des indicateurs clés du marché sur l’équipement, les usages et les technologies. Voici les principales statistiques mises en avant dans la première partie : Les chiffres Clefs

Mobile Data Use Expected To Grow 21x By 2015 | paidContent:UK Mobile phone networks, get your houses in order. Here is how much mobile data consumption is expected to grow in the next four years… That is according to Cisco (NSDQ: CSCO) Systems’ Visual Networking Index data, republished in UK communications regulator Ofcom’s International Communications Market Report 2011. UK users are the most data-hungry. In 2010, average monthly data consumption per customer jumped by 108 percent. But that still only reached 268Mb per month. Most of the consumption comes form dongles connected to laptops, however. By the time Cisco’s forecast becomes a reality, many networks, which have already been investing in bolstering their 3G networks, are expected to have 4G networks.

20 people in mobile to follow on Twitter A friend of mine, Dustin Luther (@tyr) has created an interesting algorithm that he uses to determine the “most influential” people in a particular subject area on Twitter. You seed the algorithm with 10 Twitter usernames who are in the subject area, and then it analyzes their Twitter profiles and determines who is most followed amongst their peers. Since the seeding process is rather arbitrary, the results are in no means scientific or conclusive, but they are very interesting. I recently ran the algorithm using 10 names from the mobile industry and here are the top 20 names that were returned from the algorithm. If nothing else, these are 20 good people to follow if you are in the mobile industry and use Twitter: The most interesting takeaway from the list for me is its distinctly international flavor – particularly European. I’ll try to run the algorithm again in a few months and update the list. Feel free to let me know in the comments.