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5G, traffic data, IoT: Ericsson's new forecast for mobility in Africa and around the world

(CIO Mag) – In Africa, mobile access rate is 82% (104% in general), and third parties include new mobile subscribers of 14 million.e Quarterly 2018. According to the news Ericsson Mobility Report Presented on Wednesday, November 28, 2018, through video games, for Moroccan and Senegal journalists (photo), this increase is partly due to the multifunctional phenomenon and the diversity of subscribers' SIM cards.

Morocco, Nora Wahby, head of Ericsson West Africa, said the African mobile penetration rate has been revised downwards, with many inactive subscribers.

Extension 5G

According to the new Ericsson Report estimates, 5G covers more than 40% of the population around 2024 up to 1,500 million subscribers.

In Africa, 5G started marketing with some of the major service providers. However, "5G subscriptions are expected to be visible from 2024," said Nora Wahby.

According to the report, "5G expansion boosts increase network capacity, lower cost per gigabyte and new cases of use."

North America and Southeast Asia should be the most important growth, said 5G will represent 55% of subscribers in North America until 2024. Northeast Asia will exceed 43%. In Western Europe, about 30% of mobile subscribers in the 5G region want to get caught up at the end of 2024.

According to Eric Ericsson, 90% of subscribers should have broadband in 2024 in the Middle East and Africa. Similar to two markets, Nora Wahby explains, as a result of the consumption habits, especially in the Middle East, Turkey and Iran and Africa, such as Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, South Africa, Ivory Coast and Senegal.

Promoting the use of media goods and services, Africa's and Middle East's mobility universality should double the mobile phone subscriptions, "which would increase the penetration rate of 45% in 70% by 2024," said Western Ericsson Western Head.

Also, VoLTE subscriptions will have an income of almost $ 201 million at the end of 2018, and they will present many cases of new services.

Data traffic

In mobile mobile data world, Ericsson has increased by 79%e In the quarter of 2018, compared to the same period of the previous year.

In Africa and the Middle East, monthly average mobile traffic is now 2.9 GB from 15 GB to 2024, with video services and 5G high power consumption. According to Nora Wahby, the long distance we saw on the video has risen to 60% of traffic. The rate to reach 70% in 2024.

Traffic will be channeled to nine in 2024, five worldwide, with the world's highest growth rate.

"Africa is a key element in the market, providers want to expand their networks in cities," said Ericsson West Africa, who would only develop developments if they believe the government is developing LTE countries.

IoT mobile connections

Internet for objects or connection objects (IoT or IoT), the Ericsson report indicates that IoT mobile connections are expected to exceed six million euros for six years. This is due to the boom of NB-IoT and Cat-M1 technologies.

"The projected cost of $ 4.1 billion from the IoT connections planned for the year 2024 is expected to cost 2.770 million euros, reflecting the ambition and size of the IoT market in this region of the world," said Ericsson.

The Mobility Report is based on broad statistical data on Ericsson's overall networks and qualitative studies. It also provides knowledge about customs habits and future trends.

Anselme AKEKO, Abidjan

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