Honeywell brings the future of urban and advanced aerial mobility in to the front fold. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman dives into Honeywell’s development in the urban air mobility space and what to expect going forward.
Futurum analyst Michael Diamond discusses Apple rumored to be moving its iPhone to a subscription service model and why that’s a smart move for the company. He also explores the Device-as-a-Subscription market in general, as well as what this might mean for Apple moving forward.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Mobile Platform has been tapped to power Samsung’s newest lineup of flagship devices including the Galaxy S22 smart phone in select regions and the Galaxy Tab S8 series globally. Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman breaks down the latest announcement including what can be expected from these ultra-fast devices.
Futurum senior analyst Olivier Blanchard examines MediaTek’s claim that its new Dimensity 9000 mobile SOC can compete against Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 in the premium tier. In addition to outlining some of the key industry hurdles facing MediaTek in its efforts to finally break into the premium tier, Blanchard outlines critical areas in which Dimensity 9000 appears to fall short of delivering premium mobile experiences for OEMs and their customers, namely modem/connectivity, camera/computer vision, AI, and mobile gaming.
IAA Mobility 2021: Top tech trends collide as data, mobility and automotive look to the future.
Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer dives into the details of AT&T’s recent phone-unlocking malware scheme that cost the telecom giant over $200 million. She also shines a spotlight on the new potential threats that companies of all sizes need to be wary of.
The recent Fiber Connect 2021 event showcased the latest fiber technology innovations and breakthroughs that make fiber the best-suited technology to advance broadband services that fulfill society-wide and economic objectives. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explores how major ecosystem players Clearfield, ADTRAN, Radisys, Calix, DZS< and Nokia show why their portfolio’s bolster the fiber business case across the full-spectrum of broadband deployment scenarios, including full-fiber MDU, broadband intelligence, 5G/WiFI, and Combo PON applications, that confirms fiber is the best solution to meet current and emerging broadband demands.
Nokia introduces its iSIM Secure Connect solution with initial marketing emphasis on vendor-agnostic design and streamlining cellular subscription lifecycle management with automation. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the Nokia iSIM Secure Connect solution is well-suited to play a key role in making IoT connectivity and networking safer, especially since infection of IoT devices has shot up since 2019, paving the way for 5G mobile and IoT service quality and revenue streams and strengthening Nokia’s competitive hand.
A new report from Strategy Analytics indicates that Samsung and Vivo were the fastest growing 5G smartphone vendors in Q1 2021, but Apple still leads the charge in net units with over 40 million 5G phones shipped to Samsung’s 17 million units. Futurum’s Olivier Blanchard breaks down four key 5G smartphone market trends confirmed by this report and shares his insights on what these Q1 numbers suggest for the market segment FY2021.
Nokia showcases how application of digital twin technology, in combination with AI/ML engines, can streamlines 5G site deployments. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explore how Nokia’s application of digital twin technology to intelligent site engineering counters the digital twinning moves of key mobile networking rivals Huawei and Ericsson as well as a potential alliance with NVIDIA can further strengthen its mobile and digital twin ecosystem credentials.