GSMA said that By the end of 2015 India will have 50 million mobile users

According to a report by the  GSMA’s global organization Telecommunications companies in the country by the end of this year the number of mobile users will be more than 50 million. The revelation Thursday came from a study of the GSM Association.

13 per cent of the world’s mobile users are in India

The mobile economy: India 2015 telecommunication report says that 13 per cent of the world mobile users live in India. The report also stated that in the next few years in the country, regional and global customer base will grow faster than average.

mobile users
mobile users

Rapid rise of mobile Internet users

According to the report, the number of mobile subscribers in the country at the end of 2014 was 45.3 million, while the end of 2015 is expected to exceed 50 million.The report also showed that since 2010 have moved fast mobile internet user. In 2010, the mobile user to use the Internet, while less than 10 million by the end of 2014 were more than 30 million.

India’s second largest mobile market after China

Acting director general and chief technology officer of the GSMA, Alex Sinclair said, “India is a special mobile market. Mobile have changed in the lives of people and mobile is playing an important role in economic development. Also constant availability of spectrum also played an important role in India. The Topic was brought you by #Technocrats.

Why Smartphones & 4G are Important For youth for Nation evolve

What is a Smartphone #Technocrats

Smartphones are mobile phone with advanced feature & operation system, an combination of Computer system & Cell phones, PDA, Music Players, Digital cameras, GPS systems And multiple sensing technology. Every Smartphone is useful for Internet access, touch screen and can run third party applications as social usage or personal. Smartphones mainly comes with Operating systems like Android, IOs, RIM, Windows Os.

Why Smartphone & 4G are better & Important For youth for Nation evolve.

Smartphones are lifeline of youth. Smartphone are important to drive any nation’s economy as well as education standards. It help people to communicate and work & learn happening all around the world. If you have Smartphone which supports Internet technology like LTE/4G can give high-speed mobile broadband internet, motion sensors, 3D technology features to learn and grow eventually. You can do online shopping & online Banking without any problem. It is very important we should know the value & worth of these two things which we are using in life. It can help for get educated, health, security, earnings & manage your office work. Sharing important files or communicating can help everyone as they needed. Now talking about 4G, It has the ability to offer high quality of service for next generation multimedia support. 4G can run Smoothly across heterogeneous networks.

Smartphones, #Technocrats
Smartphones, #Technocrats

If you have smartphone you don’t Require Watch, Digital camera or Bulky computers to carry with you for your day to day work. Do you love music than multiple apps can make you feel awesome to listen to your best choice music anywhere anytime. Smartphone are consisting heavy loaded apps Along with longer battery life which can give you opportunity to take pictures or make long videos without camera or heavy batteries.

Smartphone are biggest revolution in India and it is well recognized earning source for our country in terms of IT & Software development. Growing anyone business or Learning made easy on smartphones. we have seen mass adoption in India for Smartphones.

4G’s Technical Background & Glimpse on 4G

The representation of technology & generations is equal to any fundamental nature change that occurs in the telephony service, non-cultured transmission technology, bit rates peak value, latest Frequencies band, high bandwidth in Hertz & top speed of data transfer based on bit/second/Hertz/site. This Generation technology came into the place a decade ago, when Analogue 1G to Digital transmission appeared in the market, started from 1981 to 1992. After 1G spectrum we have seen 2G followed in 2001, We had very less support of Multimedia in 1G,2G so we gradually found technology advancement in 2011/2012 when 3G came into the market but year by year technology and growing demand of Internet and social media we are in 4th Generation world now along with IP packet switched Networks which giving gigabit speed via Ultra-Broadband. 4G Firmly named as LTE, And now Tech world is Tested with LTE Advanced (Long Term Evolution Advanced) is a candidate for IMT-Advanced standard, which was submitted by the 3GPP organization. LTE Advanced is importantly an huge enhancement to LTE or 4G. This upgraded technology is new and makes technology more cost effective for telecom vendors to offer LTE and then upgrade to LTE Advanced which can be very similar to the upgrade from WCDMA to HSPA. It will provide cheapest and Higher Data speed of transmission.

India’s first 4G TD-LTE technology service launched by Bharti Airtel, in Kolkata on 10 April 2012, in 2013-14 Airtel tested the service before the official launch in India.  we are proudly sharing the info wrt to #Technocrats.