The seemingly unstoppable mobile communications industry, powered by billion-unit cell phone sales, will top the quarter-trillion-dollar mark in 2011, according to iSuppli. Look for mobile electronics to rival the food and health-care industries in trillion dollar sales by the end of the decade. R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLog
The mobile communications market hit $235.5 billion in 2010, but will grow to $359.3 billion by 2014, according to iSuppli.
Here is what my Ziff-Davis Smarter Technology story says about mobile communications markets: Not many markets can claim trillion-dollar sizes, besides the food industry and health care, but soon mobile communication will be joining that elite group. Worldwide equipment revenue for the mobile communications industry hit $235 billion in 2010 and will grow to over $359 billion by 2014, according to iSuppli (a wholly owned subsidiary of IHS)...
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