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Mobile data traffic share

New internal forecasts recently shared by Ericsson examine the state of mobile, market trends, and where we can expect the industry to be in five years.

Here, we see a snapshot of the current playing field for share of mobile data traffic by application type, largely dominated by video.
Photo by: Ericsson

Video's projected jump

Ericsson shows the projected share of mobile data traffic by application type in 2018, which sees video taking a huge jump in the coming years, dominating nearly half of the mobile data consumed.
Photo by: Ericsson

London, New York, and Hong Kong

This chart shows a daily comparison of voice and data traffic in London, New York, and Hong Kong from December 10, 2012 through January 8, 2013.
Photo by: Ericsson

Comparison of voice, data, and SMS

An hourly comparison of voice, data, and SMS activity for the greater London area.
Photo by: Ericsson and MIT Sensable City Lab

Average minutes of network use

Average minutes per month spent using the network from a smartphone shows heavy social-networking and instant-messaging usage.
Photo by: Ericsson

Average monthly traffic volumes

Average monthly traffic volumes in mobile PCs versus smartphones.
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Application mobile data traffic

Application mobile data traffic volumes broken down by mobile PCs, tablets, and smartphones.
Photo by: Ericsson

Mobile broadband subscribers

Device penetration for local mobile broadband subscribers.
Photo by: Ericsson

Data roaming subscribers

Device penetration for data roaming subscribers.
Photo by: Ericsson

Projected mobile data traffic

Projected mobile data traffic by application type from 2010 through 2018.
Photo by: Ericsson

Projected traffic per month

Projected smartphone and mobile PC traffic per month from 2013 through 2018.
Photo by: Ericsson

Projected global fixed traffic

Projected global fixed traffic from 2010 through 2018.
Photo by: Ericsson

Projected connection type

This chart shows Ericsson's projected mobile subscriptions by connection technology type from 2009 through 2018.
Photo by: Ericsson

Projected fixed and mobile subscription projections

Ericsson's projected fixed and mobile subscription projections, in millions, from 2009 through 2018.
Photo by: Ericsson

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