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GSMA Endorses Integrated Mobile Broadcast IMB , a New 3GPP Standard That Will Accelerate the Global Adoption of Mobile Data and Broadcast Services

GSMA-led white paper provides mobile operators, infrastructure and device vendors with a common framework for delivering services based on IMB

GSMA Initiative Helps Save Lives and Create Safer Roads for European Citizens

The GSMA, the body representing the worldwide mobile communications industry, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding to secure the deployment of a single, in-vehicle emergency call service, known as eCall, across Europe.

GSMA Announces Mobile World Congress 2010

Opens Call for Entries for 15th Annual Global Mobile Awards

GSMA Announces Details of Initial Grants Awarded through the Mobile Money for the Unbanked Programme

GSMA Closer to Goal of Creating Financial Security for 20m Unbanked by 2012

GSMA Announces Release 2 Service Specification for Rich Communication Suite

GSMA also launches RCS DevChallenge competition to spur the creation of future RCS-based services

HSPA Mobile Broadband Technology enjoys Strong Traction amongst Global Enterprises

A survey* commissioned by the GSMA of 1000 enterprises across the US, Europe and Asia Pacific has revealed that HSPA Mobile Broadband technology is growing in popularity amongst global IT decision makers.

GSMA Announces Winners of Mobile Innovation Grand Prix – Israel Tournament

The GSMA, which represents the interests of the worldwide mobile communications industry, today announced the winners of the Israel Tournament of the 2010 Mobile Innovation Grand Prix competition.

GSMA Launches Worlds Most Extensive International Number Portability Registry Service

PathFinder Number Portability Discovery service offers widest global coverage of portability data; Neustar selected to operate database

GSMA Research Shows Off-Grid Charging Solutions for Mobile Phones to Power US2.3bn Market Opportunity

Nearly 500 million mobile users – more than 10% of global subscribers – in emerging markets will benefit