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How 5G will solve the congestion problems of today’s 4G networks (PDF)

By Francesco Rizzato, Ian Fogg, Kevin Fitchard, February 2019

Congestion on current 4G networks is holding back speeds highlighting the need for new 5G capacity to relieve pressure.

Report Page | No | Global | | Francesco Rizzato, Ian Fogg, Kevin Fitchard

What’s in store for mobile in 2019? Opensignal’s predictions for the coming year

By Ian Fogg, January 2019

It’s been a pretty busy year here at Opensignal.

Blog Entry | No | Global | | Ian Fogg

The State of Wifi vs Mobile Network Experience as 5G Arrives (PDF)

By Ian Fogg, November 2018

The range of countries where mobile proves faster vary widely from richer countries such as Australia, where the benefit of using mobile was greatest where smartphone users experienced average download speeds 13 Mbps faster on mobile than Wifi, and France (+2.5 Mbps) to markets across every continent, including Qatar, Turkey, Mexico and South Africa..

Report Page | No | Global | | Ian Fogg

The State of Mobile Video (September 2018)

By Kevin Fitchard, September 2018

Opensignal analyzed the consumer mobile video experience in 69 countries around the world, and the results were definitely surprising.

Report Page | No | Global | | Kevin Fitchard

With new models, Apple will raise mobile network speeds

By Ian Fogg, September 2018

In 2018, Apple is on the “speed” or “S” year in its normal two-year iPhone update cycle: Apple usually launches a new iPhone design one year, then the next year it keeps the exterior design the same but updates the iPhone’s components to deliver faster performance.

Blog Entry | No | Global | | Ian Fogg
OpenSignal World Cup

Welcome to the OpenSignal World Cup, where 32 countries compete in our speed metrics

By Kevin Fitchard, June 2018

World Cup fever is upon us! Starting Thursday, 32 countries will vie against one another in the tournament of tournaments with the goal of lifting the most coveted trophy in football (or as we yanks call it, soccer).

Blog Entry | No | Global | | Kevin Fitchard