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June 20, 2014

Out of 7 hours of media consumers watch in a day, Mobile accounts for 1.8hours :25% engagement happens on smartphoness

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                              Mobile devices rule media consumption:

According to Inmobi Globally mobile ranks first in media  consumption with 1.8 hours of the  7 hours spent consuming media   this is more than a quarter of time  spent on mobile, outpacing TV (1.5 hours),  PCs (1.6 hours) and any other channel.  Clearly, mobile asserts its dominance
over Internet & traditional media.

May 25, 2014

The The Rise of the Big Big Data :What the Numbers Foretell

The Rise of the Big data

The Rise Of Big Data

The above inage shows Moonshadow Moonshadow Mobile’s data mapping and visualization in Real time .  These solutions are web-based, live “in the cloud” and have no specialized hardware requirements. 

The Rise of the Big data

  1. 12 Tearrabyte is a the size of total tweets a day
  2. Less that 0.50.5% data along the  digital highway is processed  , and only 36% of the big data can be be processed by “ existing technology”
  3. 90% digital data  beamed now  was generated in the last  past 2 years
  4. 32% growth in the Global  Bigdata Technology services market by 2016
  5. 36  Zettabytes was the quantum of  data the entire global IT technology will churn out  by 2020, according to McKinsey global projects.. In 2014 alone .. around 5 zettabytes will be added
  6. $100billion is the size of  the big data market globally by 2020. In 2025  IDC forecasts that big  data will be  a $25billion industry
  7. 92% of the  companies that was recently interviewed by Forbes agreed that lack  or presence of sufficient data  ultimately affect their “: work performance and  the presence of data almost always led to meet  their  goals

May 3, 2013

15% of Online Sales to come from Mobile Devices by 2016

In 2013, 15% of all sales i
s expected to come from mobile devices, with tablets alone accounting for a dominant 9% of this pie. By 2016, tablets alone will account for a significant 17% of all sales

Forrester: Mobile Commerce to Quadruple to $31 Billion in Next 5 Years: “Sales of physical retail goods and services made on smartphones were $8 billion in the U.S. last year, accounting for 3% of online sales and less than 1% of total retail sales. (Those numbers have been driven up by Amazon and eBay, which have mobile sales in the billions, per Forrester’s estimates.) For most U.S. retailers, mobile represents only 1.5% of online sales. Over the next five years, total mobile sales are expected to grow 33% annually to $31 billion, making up 9% of online sales in 2017.”

The overall mobile commerce spending, including both tablets and smartphones, in 2012 was $24.66 billion, and this figure represented an 81% increase from the 2011 figures. That’s quite a staggering number.