Blogger profile: Kim Depussé

Works in marketing on advanced technologies, including LTE for Gemalto’s Telecom Business. Blogs on LTE trends & market evolutions. With German origins, but likes good French food & wine!


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How will LTE / 4G affect app developers and publishers,…

In the latest post of our series answering questions from mobile influencers, here is our response to Mobile Heroes’ Helen Keegan. Helen provided us with a number of different questions this year, and you can read our answers to her M2M-related queries here. Helen asked us how LTE / 4G will affect the average app […]

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What is LTE and what will it bring to operators?

There’s been a lot of debate and discussion around Long Term Evolution (LTE), sometimes referred to as 4G technology. The move towards LTE is proving to be a key driver in the creation and launch of new services, particularly those being launched at this week’s Mobile World Congress. But what it is? In short, it’s […]

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What are the key challenges facing LTE?

Long Term Evolution (LTE) – it’s been around for a while now. Offering mobile network operators a new standard to initiate high-speed wireless communications, the possibilities arising from LTE, also called 4G technology, are endless. Aside from a better customer experience, just consider the revenue opportunities in terms of value-added services if consumers can take […]

Voice over LTE matters to operators

We have previously blogged about the challenges that LTE still faces, despite the general agreement being that LTE provides a great opportunity for operators. At the same event, the recent LTE Conference in Barcelona, as well as seeing the challenges, we also saw one key theme emerging that can demonstrate just how important LTE is […]

Does mobile performance deserve a gold medal at the 2012…

So, for all those interested, the 2012 Olympics are fully underway in the UK. Sports enthusiasts around the world are following their favorite disciplines and notching up the medals each athlete is winning. If the Beijing Olympics were called the first ‘Digital Olympics’, the 2012 are angling for the first ‘Social Olympics’ tag. And so […]

Should 2G be ‘switched off’?

I was reading earlier with interest Ewan MacLeod’s blog post on the problems facing UK mobile data users and how it is still patchy. We have been blogging for a while on the future that beckons with 4G (LTE) but at the moment, in the UK, the time has not come yet. The news that […]