MarketBite

Posts Tagged ‘LG


Mobile phone
Vendors

3rd Q2011
Market Shares

3rd Q2011
Unit shipments

Nokia

27.10%

106.6 Millions

Samsung

22.30%

87.8 Millions

LG

5.40%

21.1 Millions

ZTE

4.90%

19.1 Millions

Apple

4.30%

17.1 Millions

Others

36.10%

142 Millions

Total

100%

393.7 Millions

 

According to IDC’s latest analysis on global mobile phone shipments,ZTE has placed at no 4th position.Nokia, Samsung and LG continue to hold position at no 1st, 2nd and 3rd since last year.ZTE is not only the company who experiencing growth, but Others including Samsung and Apple has grown up their market shares with 23% and 21% respectively as compared to 2011,while Nokia and LG doesn’t get success to grow up their market shares.

Advertisements

  • South Korea’s top mobile carrier SK Telecom said Wednesday it would this year offer seven smartphone models and one tablet device running on ultra-high-speed network technology.
  • SK launched its super-fast 4G wireless services, based on Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technology, in Seoul in June and plans to secure national coverage by 2013.
  • LTE promises fast data traffic and quicker access to applications such as television programmes, movies and video conferencing. The company said it would this month launch two phones, from Samsung Electronics and Taiwan’s HTC Corp, for its LTE service.
  • Samsung will offer two additional LTE smartphones through SK Telecom in October and November. Its tablet PC, the Galaxy Tab 8.9, will hit the local market before December with LTE technology. LG Electronics will release its first LTE smartphone next month, while Pantech will provide two LTE smartphones in October and December, SK said in a statement.
  • The carrier said it aims to lure 500,000 LTE subscribers by December, five million next year and 15 million by 2014.

  • The city government had installed the intelligent signalling system on the Ambedkar Nagar BRT a few months ago, but it has not extended the system beyond the 5.8km stretch after that. On Wednesday, talk of extending the system to the rest of the city again came up with lieutenant governor Tejendra Khanna visiting the operations control center (OCC) at the DIMTS (Delhi integrated multi-modal transit system) headquarters.

 

  • Appreciating the benefits of the system, Khanna mused that installing the ISS and cameras at all the junctions would immensely help in managing traffic. The suggestion, however, seems unlikely to take off anytime soon.

 

  • The installation of ISS on BRT corridor has been a long-drawn project, with DIMTS taking more than a year to install the cameras and corresponding infrastructure on the stretch. Meanwhile, the traffic police have been trying to get the intelligent transport system (ITS) in place, though the tender process for award of the contract in limbo for several months now.

 

  • The intelligent signaling system is a part of the ITS. Both the agencies admit that ISS will go a long way in tackling the traffic situation in the city. However, nothing concrete has come through till date. ITS is an application where camera feeds as well as other real-time data is used to adjust to a traffic situation – especially helpful during peak hours. The cameras detect the intensity of traffic and feed data into computers. This allows for real time adjustments of traffic signals that are synchronized to help commuters catch green lights all through the stretch, leading to efficient traffic flow.

read more


October 2017
M T W T F S S
« Dec    
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031  

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 6 other followers

Twits

%d bloggers like this: