The Mobile Phone Industry Research Paper by hicaliber

The Mobile Phone Industry
A in-depth discussion on Nokia and the mobile phone industry.
# 94108 | 5,975 words | 16 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Apr 20, 2007 in Business (Companies) , Business (Industries) , Computer and Technology (General)

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The paper discusses how the mobile phone is a media source, growing and changing continuously and providing information, music and images. The paper analyzes how mobile phones are no longer used for communication alone, instead consumers use phones to take pictures, conduct business, pay bills or research reports. The paper further analyzes how because the industry has a highly lucrative market, prestigious and well known companies, such as Nokia and Motorola compete for profits in the market. The paper concludes that, while each company in the playing field has its own strengths, Nokia has consistently emerged as the leader in the mobile phone manufacturing arena.

History: Telecom and Mobile Phone Industry
Key Players
Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.
Motorola, Inc.
Siemens AG
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
Samsung Corporation
Success Factors
Future Growth
Nokia Corporation
Core Competencies: Strengths and Weaknesses
Product Advancement
Organizational Management and Leadership
Future Forecast: Expansion and Growth

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Datamonitor USA Jan Bernard, Levine, 2000. Cell Phone Rush Is On. Electronic News, 46(21).
  • Bowman, Jo, 2006, "When Content and Clients Harmonize Needs", Media Asia, Business Source Premiere, EBSCOhost, AN 20215000, viewed 4 May 2006.
  • Carbone, James, 2000. Squeeze on Supply. Purchasing, 128(8): 44+.
  • Datamonitor USA Feb 2004, Samsung Corporation Company Profile (16968), Business Source Premiere, viewed 2 May 2006
  • 2005, Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd Company Profile (1052), Business Source Premiere, viewed 2 May 2006.

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