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Worldwide Mobile Device Sales to End Users by Vendor in 3Q11 (Thousands of Units)

 

Vendor

3Q11

 Units

3Q11 Market Share (%)

3Q10

 Units

3Q10 Market Share (%)

Nokia

105,353.5

23.9

117,461.0

28.2

Samsung

78,612.2

17.8

71,671.8

17.2

LG Electronics

21,014.6

4.8

27,478.7

6.6

Apple

17,295.3

3.9

13,484.4

3.2

ZTE

14,107.8

3.2

7,817.2

1.9

Research In Motion

12,701.1

2.9

12,508.3

3.0

HTC

12,099.9

2.7

6,494.3

1.6

Motorola

11,182.7

2.5

8,961.4

2.1

Huawei Device

10,668.2

2.4

5,478.1

1.3

Sony Ericsson

8,475.9

1.9

10,346.5

2.5

Others

148,990.9

33.8

135,384.1

32.5

Total

440,502.2

100

   417,085.7

100

Source: Gartner (November 2011)


Worldwide Smartphone Sales to End Users by Operating System in 3Q11 (Thousands of Units)

 

Operating System

3Q11

 Units

3Q11 Market Share (%)

3Q10

 Units

3Q10 Market Share (%)

Android

60,490.4

52.5

20,544.0

25.3

Symbian

19,500.1

16.9

29,480.1

36.3

iOS

17,295.3

15.0

13,484.4

16.6

Research In Motion

12,701.1

11.0

12,508.3

15.4

Bada

2,478.5

2.2

920.6

1.1

Microsoft

1,701.9

1.5

2,203.9

2.7

Others

1,018.1

0.9

1,991.3

2.5

Total

115,185.4

100

   81,132.6

100

Source: Gartner (November 2011)


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.


  • Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese maker of telecommunication equipment, Wednesday launched in India its business unit that sells networking products to non-telecom customers.

 

  • Huawei’s move in India comes while its traditional clients–telecom service providers–are slowing expansion following allegations of corruption in the sector and a decline in monthly additions to the number of telephone users.

 

  • The company expects the newly launched enterprise unit to post about $1 billion of annual revenue in India by 2015, accounting for a quarter of its total revenue from the country at that time, Eric Yu, president of the division at Huawei Telecommunications India Pvt. Ltd., said.

 

  • Huawei posted about $1.50 billion revenue from India in 2010.

 

  • Enterprise business accounted for 8% of Huawei’s $28 billion global revenue in 2010. It is aiming for the unit to record $15 billion by 2015. In India, Huawei is planning to tie up with system integration companies like Wipro Ltd. and AGC Networks Ltd. to sell network-based products to clients in the government, power, transport, banking and Internet sectors. Cisco Systems Inc. is the market leader for network products.

 

  • In India’s telecom gear market, Huawei competes with other Chinese vendors such as ZTE Corp. and European companies like Nokia Siemens Networks. It has made significant inroads in the country, offering products and services which are about a third cheaper than most global competitors. The company had in December committed $2 billion of investments in India over five years, including to set up a research and development center.

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  • ZTE, a global provider of telecommunications equipment and network solutions, has on Wednesday said that it has upgraded the latest version of its comprehensive ZSmart BSS/OSS,a new-generation full network business support system. The company made this announcement  at the Managed Service World Congress 2011 in Berlin, Germany.
  • ZTE’s updated ZSmart BSS/OSS is a new-generation full network business support system / operation support system (BSS/OSS) that can be customized according to each operator’s needs Tests show that ZSmart-iNOC can lower average troubleshooting time (MTTR) by as much as 75 per cent, and is able to reduce required operator maintenance staff by up to 21 per cent.
  • The company said that the ZSmart-iNOC and ZSmart-xMAN solutions that are part of the ZSmart BSS/OSS suite offer major new management capabilities. Besides traditional BSS/OSS functions, ZSmart-iNOC focuses on improving efficiency for field engineers, and integrating a wide range of resources to provide powerful support for field engineers.
  • ZTE’s ZSmart BSS/OSS integrated solution has provided customized services for more than 50 operators around the world, covering more than 350 million end users,” said Zhou Yong, vice general manager of international markets at ZTE BSS/OSS. “We believe that, based on global experience and major improvements to the system, we can help operators improve operation and maintenance efficiency and reduce business operation cost by margins that really impact their bottom line.

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