Evolution or revolution? That is the question we set out to answer with our recent study that explored mobile operator marketing in the 5G and COVID-impacted world.
Here at Opensignal, we have reported a few times on how mobile networks have faced up to the challenges of the global pandemic, and how the network experience users receive has been impacted, with living and working patterns changing so dramatically.
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5G is hot, which means many Americans will consider buying a new 5G smartphone this holiday season. Analyst firm IDC expects 5G shipments to reach 8.9 percent of smartphones shipped in 2020, accounting for 123.5 million devices. But the technology can be confusing.
Opensignal, the independent global standard for measuring real-world mobile network experience, today presented its latest analysis on the global 5G experience at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles. The analysis compares early 5G network adoption from first-mover nations like South Korea, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Australia and the U.K. with the United States.
In the world of scientific experiments there is no such thing as an exact measurement.
In this blog post, we’re taking a deep dive into the very core of Opensignal: explaining the metrics we use, what they all mean and what their roles are in measuring the real-world mobile network experience as users see it.How do we collect the data in the first place?We collect billions of individual measurements every day from over 100 million devices worldwide.
Today Opensignal is taking a huge step forward in the way mobile services are measured and quantified.
Today it seems second nature to consult an independent standard before making an important choice.