Forecasting a Robust Mobile Computing Future
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A lot of people tend to think about mobile computing devices as being relative toys when it comes to enterprise computing. But by 2015 the folks at PwC are predicting that the attributes of the of the average mobile computing devices are going to be a whole lot more robust than just about anything we see today.
Device Connectivity Speed
Megabits per second per dollar (Mbps/$) will improve 37 percent CAGR, equating to four times faster in 2015 than in 2011.
Average Megabits per second will improve 54 percent CAGR.
GigaHertz per dollar (GHz/$) will improve 53 percent CAGR
Gigabits per dollar (Gb/$) will improve 48 percent CAGR.
GigaBytes per dollar (GB/$) will improve 35 percent CAGR.
Megapixels per dollar (MP/$) will improve 20 percent CAGR.
Performance per dollar per square inch (P/$/in2) will improve 18 percent CAGR.*weighted aggregation of resolution, brightness, power efficiency and other factors.
Compound Annual Growth of PwC Mobile Index
PwC forecasts a 42 percent combined compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the Index between 2011 and 2015