Der von mir hoch geschätzte Kollege Dirk Pogrzeba (er hat einfach einen guten Musikgeschmack) hat ein wunderbares Fundstück ausgegraben, welches ich Euch – sofern Ihr ein wenig Themenaffin seit – nicht vorenthalten möchte

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(Ist in Fullscreen noch beeindruckender, nur mal so.)

Facts and conclusions in just 15 Tweets:

  1. #digital_life It takes 100 years to have 1 billion fixed lines & only 20 years to reach 5 billion mobile subscriptions
  2. #digital_life More consumers will access the Internet by mobile devices than by desktop or laptop by 2014
  3. #digital_life 2015 forecast of annual global mobile data traffic (75 exabytes) is equal to 19.000 million DVDs
  4. #digital_life Mobile-only Internet population will grow 56-fold up to 788 million by the end of 2015
  5. #digital_life In 2015 mobile devices will exceed the home PC base installed
  6. #digital_life 500 million mobile using mobile health Apps in 2015
  7. #digital_life In 2015 revenue mobile Apps will be an amount near to 40.000 million dollar
  8. #digital_life M2M revenues will grow more than 3,5-fold from 2010 to 2015
  9. #digital_life The TV experience will be more personal and social but less familiar
  10. #digital_life Traffic generated by 20 homes will be greater than the total traffic of Internet in 1995
  11. #digital_life New services in the cloud: “ Your Desktop Wherever You Want”
  12. #digital_life Social Networks revenues will grow more than 4-fold from 2010 to 2015
  13. #digital_life By 2015, it is expected that 500 million people worldwide use their mobiles as metro and bus tickets
  14. #digital_life MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online) is expected to reach 20.000 million dollar by 2015
  15. #digital_life It is expected that in 2015 it will exist 2,5 Internet connected devices per inhabitants worldwide

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