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Top 20 Mobile Health (mHealth) Companies 2015

Innovators in Mobile Fitness, Telemedicine, eHealth & Remote Patient Monitoring

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The advent of connected devices and M2M is offering a tremendous opportunity for healthcare professionals. Near-ubiquitous mobile networks are allowing carers to diagnose, monitor, and communicate with patients with unprecedented speed and efficacy.

MHealth is a term used for the practice of medicine and health services, through mobile devices. In its most common form, it refers to using mobile communication devices, such as smartphones and tablets, for health services and information mHealth applications include the use of mobile devices in collecting community and clinical health data, delivery of healthcare information to practitioners, researchers, and patients, real-time monitoring of patient vital signs, and direct provision of care, via mobile telemedicine.

The emergence of low-cost smartphones has allowed wider access to app stores, which are now home to over 100,000 unique mHealth apps. These range between freemium apps geared around diet and daily fitness routines, scaling up to costly premium apps with elaborate clinical reference points, images, diagnostic, and monitoring functions.

The launch of the Apple Watch will renew interest in the smartwatch market and demonstrate its viability as a segment. Hospitals are harnessing mobile devices as a tested and efficient means of handling EHR workflows. Wirelessly connected solutions for remote patient monitoring, as well as diabetes and cardiac outpatients, are increasingly widespread, evidencing attractive revenue-saving methods.

Visiongain expects that unique global mHealth users will number 269.3 million in 2015.

Austerity measures have forced many health departments around the globe to rein in their spending and find more cost-effective ways of operating. Enabling them to diagnose, monitor, and communicate with patients remotely, mHealth promises extensive cost-savings for healthcare professionals and institutions. This new industry will also pay dividends to network operators, software developers, and data platform management providers who may turn their core competencies onto the medical field.

Visiongain observes the mHealth market as being heavily fragmented, with an over 80% majority of apps generating fewer than 50,000 downloads. We believe that a number of companies are well-poised to increase their share of a rapidly growing market. Top 20 Mobile Health (mHealth) Companies 2015: report examines the mHealth market leaders, a field that comprises telecoms incumbents, multi-national pharmaceutical companies, and dot com start-ups.

Visiongain assesses the mHealth market will reach $9.8 billion in revenues in for 2015.

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– AirStrip
– AliveCor
– Apple
– AT&T
– Athenahealth
– Boston Scientific
– CardioNet
– Cerner
– Epocrates
– Fitbit
– Honeywell
– Jawbone
– Motion Computing
– Nike
– Qualcomm
– Sanofi
– Telcare
– Vodafone
– Voxiva
– Zephyr Technology
 
• Find global mHealth user figures

Top 20 Mobile Health (mHealth) Companies 2015

 

• View mHealth revenue share by type in 2015
– Services
– Devices
– App Downloads
– Transactions
– Advertisement

• See mHealth revenue share by segment in 2015
– Monitoring
– Diagnosis
– Treatment
– Health Practitioner Support
– Wellness
– Prevention
– Health Surveillance Support
– Administration

• Discover mHealth Application Category Usage Share in 2015
– Fitness
– Reference
– Wellness
– Nutrition
– Condition Management
– Personal Health Records
– Education
– Diagnostics
– Compliance

• View market analysis for mHealth revenues and users in 5 regions
– Discover the current mHealth revenues and users for the five following regions:
– North America
– Latin America
– Asia-Pacific
– Europe
– The Middle East and Africa

• See the current mHealth market sizes and users share % in the seven following national markets:
– The United States
– Canada
– Germany
– France
– The United Kingdom
– Italy
– Russia

• Our report provides 88 tables, charts, and graphs.
– Let our analysts guide you with a thorough assessment of the mHealth market’s leaders, innovators, incumbents, and challengers. This analysis will achieve quicker, easier understanding of key mHealth markets and how consumer demand will fluctuate over time.

• Read about the following mHealth issues
– Innovations in mHealth technologies,
– Potentially disruptive technologies
– Pipeline developments
– Examination of the mHealth value chain
– Analysis of the role of MNO’s, pharmaceutical companies and fitness companies

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1. Report Overview
1.1 Current mHealth Market Overview
1.2 MHealth Market Segmentation
1.3 Why You Should Read This Report
1.4 How This Report Delivers
1.5 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.6 Benefits of this Report
1.7 Who is This Report For?
1.8 Methodology
1.9 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.10 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.11 About Visiongain

2. Introduction to the Mobile Health (mHealth) Market
2.1 mHealth Market Structure Overview
2.1.1 Opportunities for Mobile Operators
2.2 Key Definitions
2.2.1 mHealth Definition
2.2.2 eHealth Definition
2.2.3 Telemedicine Definition
2.2.4 Health Informatics Definition
2.3 mHealth Drivers
2.3.1 The role of Developed Economies on the mHealth Market?
2.4 Expected Impact of mHealth
2.5 mHealth App Categories

3. The Global and Regional Mobile Health: The State of the Market 2015
3.1 mHealth initiative
3.2 Growth in mHealth Revenue
3.3 Global mHealth Ecosystem Members
3.4 Market and Revenue Segmentation
3.4.1 Revenue Streams from mHealth
3.4.2 Applications and mHealth
3.4.3 Application Usage Statistics

4. Regional and National mHealth Markets 2014
4.1 Regional mHealth Usership 2014
4.2 Positioning of Regional and National mHealth Markets: Where are the Leaders Making the Greatest Inroads?
4.2.1 North American mHealth Outlook
4.3 The Latin American mHealth Market and Outlook
4.3 The Asia-Pacific mHealth Market
4.4 The European mHealth Market
4.5 The Middle East and African mHealth Market 2014

5. Top 20 Leading mHealth Companies: Innovators, Disruptors, and Incumbents
5.1 AirStrip Technologies
5.1.1 AirStrip ONE
5.1.2 AirStrip Accelerator Services
5.1.3 Partners and Customers
5.1.3.1 AirStrip Partnership With Samsung
5.2 AliveCor
5.2.1 AliveCor Heart Monitor USPs
5.2.2 AliveCor Gains Extra Investment for International Expansion
5.2.3 AliveCor Supports UCSF’s Online Health eHeart Study
5.2.4 Market Position and Recognition for New Algorithms and Detectors
5.3 Apple Inc.
5.3.1 Apple’s mHealth Strategy
5.3.2 mHealth Apps – Does Apple Have a Monopoly?
5.3.3 Apple and the Healthcare Industry
5.3.4 New Devices, Strategies, and Partnerships
5.3.4.1 Health App a Major First Step for Apple into Fitness
5.3.4.2 Apple Watch
5.3.4.3 Apple Healthkit
5.4 AT&T ForHealth
5.4.1 AT&T mHealth Solutions
5.4.2 Creating Connected mHealth Apps
5.4.3 mHealth Pilot Programs
5.4.3.1 Smart Slippers
5.4.3.2 Employee Diabetes Management
5.4.4 Mobile Resource Management
5.4.5 AT&T Vitality GlowCaps
5.4.6 HipLink
5.5 Athenahealth Inc.
5.5.1 Discovering New Revenue Opportunities in the Digital Age
5.5.2 Reinventing the Healthcare Practice
5.5.3 Athenahealth Current Offerings
5.5.4 Athenahealth Acquires Epocrates
5.5.5 Plunging Deeper into the Hospital Market
5.6 Boston Scientific
5.6.1 Latitude NXT
5.6.2 Partnerships and Remote Monitoring Products at Multi-National Scale
5.7 CardioNet
5.7.1 CardioNet MCOT
5.7.2 MCOT Study
5.7.3 Event and Holter Monitoring
5.8 Cerner
5.8.1 PowerChart Touch: Cerner Utilising its Strength in Electronic Patient Records to Deliver a Pertinent mHealth Solution
5.8.2 Partnerships and Acquisitions
5.8.2.1 Working with Apple for Faster and Wider Delivery of Patient Data
5.8.2.2 Cerner Purchase of Siemens Health Services
5.9 Epocrates
5.9.4.1 Epocrates mHealth Offerings
5.9.4.2 The New “Epocrates Bugs + Drugs” App
5.9.4.3 Epocrates Monetising mHealth Offerings – Analysis
5.10 Fitbit
5.10.1 Fitbit Tracker
5.10.2 Fitbit Flex
5.10.2.1 Fitbit Force
5.10.3 Fitbit Charge
5.10.3.1 Charge App
5.10.4 Fitbit Surge: Lateral Shift into the Smartwatch Arena
5.10.5 Analysis of the Fitbit Business Model
5.11 Honeywell Life Care Solutions
5.11.1 LifeStream Solutions Portfolio: ‘Healthcare to Selfcare’
5.11.2 LifeStream Products
5.11.2.1 Care Provider Software
5.11.2.2 LifeStream Genesis Touch: Purpose-Built Mobile Patient Monitoring Device
5.12 Jawbone
5.12.1 Jawbone’s UP Product Line
5.12.1.1 UP24 and Improvements on the Platform
5.12.2 UP 3.0 and UP24 – New Wristband Addition
5.12.3 Jawbone mHealth Acquisitions
5.13 Motion Computing
5.13.1 Motion Computing’s mHealth Offerings
5.14 Nike
5.14.1 Nike mHealth Product Overview
5.14.2 Nike+ FuelBand
5.14.2.1The Nike / Apple Monopoly
5.14.2.2 Barriers to FuelBand Uptake
5.14.3 Situating the FuelBand in Nike’s Brand Strategy
5.14.4 FuelBand Analysis and Market Standing
5.15 Qualcomm Life, a Qualcomm Company
5.15.1 2net Platform
5.15.1.1 The 2net Hub and 2net Mobile
5.15.2 Qualcomm Life Acquires HealthyCircles
5.15.3 Qualcomm Life Ecosystem
5.15.4 Qualcomm Announces mHealth Momentum in Europe
5.16 Sanofi
5.16.1 Sanofi iBGStar and the Future of Mobile Diabetes Treatment
5.16.2 Involvement in the Be Healthy, Be Mobile Campaign
5.17 Telcare
5.17.1 Telcare’s Market and Business Model
5.17.2 Telcare’s Current Offerings
5.17.3 Telcare and Telenor Connexion Partner for mHealth
5.17.4 Telcare, Inc. and Badgeville Partner
5.18 Vodafone mHealth Solutions
5.18.1 Vodafone mHealth Case Studies
5.18.1.1 TRxCARE and Vodafone Help Improve Patient Care
5.18.1.2 mHealth Clinical Research Patient Reported Outcomes
5.18.2 Vodafone mHealth Professional
5.18.3 Vodafone mHealth Partnerships
5.19 Voxiva
5.19.1 Voxiva Offerings
5.19.1.1 Text4baby
5.19.1.2 Text4kids
5.19.1.3 Txt4health
5.19.1.4 Text2quit
5.19.1.5 Care4life
5.19.1.6 Connect4health
5.19.2 Voxiva Delivers 100 Millionth Health Message
5.20 Zephyr
5.20 Zephyr Technology
5.20.1 Zephyr Bioharnesses
5.20.1.1 BH3
5.20.1.2 HxM Bluetooth
5.20.2 Zephyr’s BioPatch
5.20.3 ZephyrLIFE Home Remote Patient Monitoring
5.20.3 SWOT Analysis of Zephyr Technology’s Portfolio and Strategy
5.21 Other mHealth Companies and Leading Products

6. Conclusions and Recommendations
6.1 Mobile Devices Have the Potential to Become Powerful Medical Tools
6.2 Untapped Potential for mHealth
6.3 Overcoming Obstacles to mHealth Uptake
6.4 Recommended Actions for Increasing mHealth Uptake
6.4.1 Maintain Low Costs
6.4.2 Gain the Approval of the Healthcare Industry
6.4.3 Solutions Should Offer Ease of Use and Increased Efficiency

7. Glossary

List of Charts
Chart 1.1: Qualcomm Life mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 3.1: MHealth Revenue Segment Share 2015 (%)
Chart 3.2: MHealth Revenue Segment Share 2015 (%)
Chart 3.3: MHealth Application Category Usage Share 2015 (%)
Chart 4.1: Regional mHealth Market Forecast 2014 ($ bn)
Chart 4.2: Regional mHealth Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Chart 4.3: Regional mHealth Usership 2014 (million users)
Chart 4.4: Regional mHealth User Share 2014 (%)
Chart 4.5: US/Canada mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 4.6: US/Canada mHealth User Share 2014 (%)
Chart 4.7: Leading European National mHealth Markets Revenue Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Chart 4.8: Leading European National mHealth Markets User Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Chart 5.1: Top 20 mHealth Companies’ Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.2: AirStrip mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.3: AliveCor mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.4: Apple mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.5: AT&T mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.6: AirStrip mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.7: Boston Scientific mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.8: CardioNet mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.9: Cerner mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.10: Epocrates mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.11: Fitbit mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.12: Honeywell Life Care Solutions mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.13: Jawbone mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.14: Motion Computing mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.15: Nike mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.16: Qualcomm Life mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.17: Sanofi mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.18: Telcare mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.19: Vodafone mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.20: Voxiva mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)
Chart 5.21: Zephyr Technology mHealth Market Share 2014 (%)

List of Figures
Figure 1.1 Global mHealth Market Structure Overview
Figure 2.1 Global mHealth Market Structure Overview
Figure 2.2 Telecare vs. Telehealth Infographic
Figure 2.3: Categorisation and Use Cases for mHealth Technology
Figure 3.1: MHealth Market Key Facts and Figures 1Q15

List of Tables
Table 2.1 eHealth Definitions and Variations
Table 2.4 eHealth Definitions and Variations
Table 3.1: MHealth Ecosystem Members Described
Table 3.2: MHealth Ecosystem Members Described
Table 3.3: MHealth Application Categories Described
Table 4.1: Latin American mHealth Schemes and Operations 2014 (Project, Partners and Sponsors, Application, Activity)
Table 4.2: Middle East and Africa mHealth Schemes and Operations 2014 (Project, Partners and Sponsors, Application, Activity)
Table 5.1: Top 20 mHealth Companies Revenue and Market Share 2014 ($M, %)
Table 5.2 Airstrip Technologies Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, contact, Website)
Table 5.3: AirStrip Clinical Solutions
Table 5.4: AliveCor Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.5: AliveCor’s Heart Monitor USPs
Table 5.6: Apple Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.7: AT&T Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.8: AT&T Mobile Resource Management
Table 5.9: AT&T HipLink USPs
Table 5.x: Athenahealth Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.11: Athenahealth Current Offerings 2014 (Service, Product, Use)
Table 5.12: Boston Scientific Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.13: CardioNet Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.14: CardioNet Product Offering
Table 5.15: Cerner Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.16: Cerner PowerChart Touch Key Benefits
Table 5.17: Epocrates Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.18: Epocrates mHealth Offering for devices Running on Apple iOS (Product, Price $, Application)
Table 5.19: Epocrates mHealth Offering for devices Running on Android OS (Product, Price $, Application)
Table 5.20: Fitbit Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.21: Honeywell Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.22: LifeStream Care Provider Software
Table 5.23: LifeStream Apps
Table 5.24: LifeStream Genesis Touch Key Features
Table 5.25: Jawbone Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.26: Motion Computing Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.27: Motion Computing mHealth Solutions Use Cases and Benefits 2014
Table 5.28: Nike Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.29: Selected Nike+ mHealth Products
Table 5.30: Qualcomm Life Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.31: Sanofi Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.32: Telcare Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.33: Telcare Offerings 2014
Table 5.34: Vodafone Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.35: Vodafone mHealth Solutions 2013
Table 5.36: Vodafone and TRxCARE Case Study
Table 5.37: Clinical Research Patient Reported Outcomes Case Study
Table 5.38: Voxiva Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.39: Zephyr Technology Overview 2014 (Total revenue, market ranking, % market share, HQ, Website)
Table 5.40: Zephyr BH3 Technical Specifications
Table 5.41: Zephy BioPatch Technical Specifications
Table 5.42: SWOT Analysis of Zephyr Technology’s Wearable Device Portfolio
Table 5.43: Other mHealth Devices and Companies (Device Name, Type, Company, and Description)

3M
A&D Medical
Abbott
Adidas
Aerotel
AFrame DIGITAL
AgaMatrix
AirStrip
AlcoSystem
Alive Technologies
AliveCor
Amazon
Ambisea
AMM Technologies
Andreessen Horowitz
ANT+ Wireless (owned by Garmin)
Apple
Apple Inc.
Asthmapolis
AT&T Mobility
Athenahealth
Badgeville
BAM Labs
Basis
Baxter Healthcare
Bayer
Beam Technologies
Bebetel
Belkin
BI
Biotronik
Body Media
Body Trace
Bodybugg
BodyTel
Boston LifeLabs
Boston Scientific
Braemar
Bupa
Cambridge Consultant
Cambridge Temperature Concepts Limited
Card Guard
CardioCom
CardioNet
Care Technology Systems
Cell Novo
Cell-Life
Cerner
CHOICE Electronic Technology
ChoiceMMed
Coca-Cola
Compliance Meds Technologies
Corscience
Corventis
Covidien
Curvus
Cypak
DayaMed
Dayton Industrial
DELTA
Diabetech
DigiFit
eCardio Diagnostics
Echo Therapeutics
ElectricFoxy
Entra Health Systems
Ephone International
Epic Systems
Epocrates
ERT
Everist Genomics
Everist Health
Exmovere
Facebook
FedEx
Fitbit
Fitbug
Fora Care
Foundry Group
Foundry Group
Gavi Alliance
Genesis Health Technologies (GHT)
Geneva Healthcare
Glooko
GSK (GlaxoSmithKline)
HealthPia
Healthy Circles
HeathStats
Hidalgo
Honeywell
Honeywell Life Care Solutions
HP
iBaby
IBM
ICEdot
Ideal Life
iDiagnosis
IEM
iHealth
iMonSys
Ingram Micro
Intelesens
Iqua (Savox Group)
iTMP Technology
Jawbone
Johnson & Johnson
Khosla Ventures
Kiwok Nordic AB
Kyto Electronic
Lark
LifeScan
LifeWatch
LUMOback
Massive Health
MedApps
Medical Electronic
Medical International Research
Medisana
Mednethealth
Medtronic
mHealthAlert
Microsoft
Microsoft Research
MIT
Mobisante
Motion Computing
Motorola
MTN
New Element
Nike
Nokia
Nonin Medical
Novartis
nSpire
Numera
Omron
Onyx II
Orange Business Services
Pancreum
Perfect Third
Philips
Philosys
PHT Corporation
Polar Electro
Positive ID
Preventice
PriMed
Pro Plus
Proteus Digital Health
Qualcomm
Qualcomm Life
Qualcomm Ventures
RazorInsights
Reebok
Reka Health
Renmort Technologies
Rescue Alert
Roche Diagnostics
RS Tech Medic
Runtastic
Samsung Electronics
Sanofi-Aventis
SAP Ventures
Schosche
Sensaris
Sequoia Capital
SHL Telemedicine
Siemens AG
Siemens Health Services
Simavita
SmartHF
Softbank Capital
SoftTech Venture Capital
Solutions4Health
Sony Ericsson
Sotera Wireless
Sports Tracker
St. Jude Medical
Tanita
Telcare
Telcel
Telcomed
Telenor Connexion
The Mayo Clinic
Thinklabs
Toumaz
True Ventures
Tunstall
TZ Medical
UFFE Medical
UnderArmour
Verizon
Visere
Vitality
Vitalograph
Vitaphone
Vodacom
Vodafone Global Enterprise
Vodafone Group
Vodafone UK
Voxiva
Vyzin Electronics Private Limited
Wahoo Fitness
WebMD
Welldoc
Westminster International Ltd
Withings
Y-Cam
Zain
Zensorium
Zeo
Zephyr Technology
Zydacron

Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Accenture Development Partners
AED Satellife
AED Satellite
America
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)
American Diabetes Association (ADA)
American Hospital Association
American Hospital Association
American Medical Association
American Nurses Credentialing Center
BabyCenter
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
CARE Nicaragua
Cellular Telephone Institute of America (CTIA)
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
Colorado State University
Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health
Consumer Electronics Show
DARPA
Dimagi Inc.
D-Tree International
Duke University
Elsevier Foundation
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania
FDA
Ghana Health Service
Global Business Coalition (GBC)
Government of Kenya
Grameen Foundation
GSM Association Development Fund
Hospital Corporation of America
Hospitalito Atitlan
Imperial College London
Institute for International Cooperation and Development (IICD)
Instituto Carso Salud
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
International Telecommunication Union
International Telecommunication Union
John Hopkins Health & Education in South Africa
Makerere University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Medical Clinica
Medical University of Graz
Millennium Villages Project
Ministry of Health / National Institutes of Health, Mozambique.
mPedigree
National Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
National Latino Research Centre at California State University, San Marcos
Pathfinder International
President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
Right to Care
Rwanda Ministry of Health
Rwandan Ministry of Health
Scripps
SMS2Printer
Stanford University Hospital
Tanzania Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
The Earth Institute at Columbia University
The Raith Foundation
The SHM Foundation.
The Wellcome Trust
Treatment and Research AIDS Centre (TRAC) Rwanda
Uganda Chartered HealthNet
UNICEF
United States Food and Drug Administration
Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan
Universidad Peruana Cayetano, Heredia Lima
University of Botswana
University of California, San Diego Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania Libraries
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
University of Southern California
University of Southern Maine
University of Washington
US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
US Forces
US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
USAID
WebMD
Wireless Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA)
World Health Organisation

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The report will focus on the wireless infrastructure market, analysing different wireless infrastructure submarkets and solutions available in the market and the growing need for wireless infrastructure in order to cope with increasingly ubiquitous global mobile broadband demands.

19 June 2018

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Voice Over Lte (Volte) Market Worth $4.7 Billion In 2017’ Says Visiongain Report

The dominance in Asia-Pacific is attributed to the increasing adoption of VoLTE in Japan and China owing to the higher smartphone penetration in these countries.

20 August 2017

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