Our industry innovates and delivers resilient platforms for vital services across the entire economy. The world is experiencing a rapid transition to connected devices, and mobile networks remain the proven technology. We provide mission critical communications for the smooth running of key services in every community. Mobile connectivity is also a key ingredient for innovation driving reductions in communities’ environmental footprint.
The Internet of Things will connect a new generation of smart devices, creating invaluable business opportunities.
21,000 students will benefit in the first two years, of which more than half are girls.
Telekom Slovenije and its partners meeting the communication requirements of the future electricity supply grid.
GSMA Impact Story highlighting the success of the school registration fees payment initiative in Côte d’Ivoire.
In Japan, mobile operator KDDI is using 4G networks to provide advanced metering infrastructure services.
Orange Money sees an opportunity to launch two new, intertwined savings and insurance products targeted at Malian women.
Enabling microfinance loan customers to repay loan instalments using mobile money.
China is global leader in deployment of the Internet of Things, finds new GSMA report.
The use of Information Technology, sensors and communications in surface transport application.
A mobile money management tool for ‘last mile’ those who cannot access or afford other types tools.
Exploring the market opportunity and challenges to scale of index based micro insurance for crops
Using technology to improve health equity.
Delivering innovative stand-alone solar systems at costs lower than traditional kerosene lighting.
Mobile Money not only a catalyst for financial inclusion.
The extensive reach and rigorous procedures that make up the Network Disaster Recovery plan.
GSMA M4D in partnership with Orange, explores the opportunity for mobile operators to improve energy access in Côte d’Ivoire.
GSMA M4D in partnership with Orange, explores the opportunity for mobile operators to improve energy access in Senegal.
GSMA M4D in partnership with Orange, explores the opportunity for mobile operators to improve energy access in Botswana.
GSMA Green Power for Mobile Impact Story for Sunlabob Renewable Energy Myanmar.
A quick and safe money transfer service, along with third-party cash-in/cash-out services.
txtWeb the world’s largest app store for text-based apps.
Enabling enterprises to capitalize on the increasing familiarity customers had with mobile money when doing business with them.
The poor in developing countries are disproportionately impacted by financial shocks and lack safety nets to cope with crises.
‘Smart city’ initiatives focus on using technology to make it easier to live, navigate and do business.
In disaster zones communication is critical. Mobile networks can be a matter of life and death.
The usage of technology to improve humanitarian action and make disaster preparedness and response more efficient.
Eliminating the need to intervene to replace SIM cards over the lifetime of M2M products, reducing ongoing operational and logistical costs.
GSMA: Driving Innovation in Connected Living: The US flags the future of M2M.
Without communications, aid agencies struggle to assess damage and coordinate rescue and relief efforts.