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GSMA gibt die Preisträger der Global Mobile Awards 2013 bekannt

BARCELONA, Spanien, 26. Februar 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Heute hat die GSMA die Preisträger der 18. Jährlichen Global Mobile Awards, die auf dem GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona stattfinden, bekanntgegeben. Die Gewinner wurden während einer Feier am Nachmittag geehrt, die der Autor, Schauspieler und Comedian David Walliams als Gastgeber moderierte.

Walliams hat die Nominierten und Teilnehmer mit einer humoristischen Einführung zur Zeremonie unterhalten. Mit ihm auf der Bühne erschienen dann Vertreter der Sponsoren McAfee, Myriad und Telmap sowie der Medienpartner CNBC, Fortune und Time, die die Awards zusammen mit ihm präsentierten, und auch John Hoffman, CEO von GSMA Ltd. und Jurymitglieder.

„Durch diese Auszeichnungen können wir die vielen innovativen Wegbereiter und Branchenführer der Mobilfunkindustrie aus aller Welt stolz ins Rampenlicht stellen", sagte John Hoffman, CEO der GSMA Ltd. „Die diesjährigen neuen Kategorien spiegeln den Einfluss der Branche in vielen neuen Bereichen wider und wir haben mehr als 600 herausragende Beiträge aus dem gesamten Mobilfunkbereich erhalten. Wir möchten allen Ausgezeichneten der Global Mobile Awards herzlich gratulieren und danken den vielen Hunderten von Unternehmen und Organisationen, die durch ihre alljährlichen Anmeldungen die Awards unterstützen."

Zusätzlich wurden heute die Awards für Führungskompetenz Regierung bekanntgegeben, die Regierungen aus aller Welt für ihre Innovationen und Führungskompetenz bei der Nutzung der mobilen Technologien im öffentlichen Sektor auszeichnen.

Die Preisträger der Global Mobile Awards 2013 sind:

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für Gesundheitswesen
MIPsoft für BlindSquare

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für Bildung und Lernen
Mobilink für SMS-basiertes Alphabetisierungsprogramm

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für Fahrzeuge
BMW i, MINI, Sixt und Vodafone-Gruppe für DriveNow Premium Car Sharing

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für NFC und Finanzen
Etisalat für Flous - The Etisalat Commerce Programme

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für Verlagswesen
Ver Se-Innovation für NewsHunt

Beste mobile Innovation für 'Smart Cities'
Streetline für Parker

Bestes mobiles Gerät der Unterhaltungselektronik
Samsung Electronics für Samsung GALAXY Camera

Bester mobiler Unternehmensservice
Mobilelron für Version 5 Complete Enterprise Persona

Bester mobiler Verbraucherservice
Comviva für die Mahindra Comviva's mobiquity™ MFS-Plattform, die mTicketing-Service für Bangladesh Railways ermöglicht

Beste mobile Werbung/Marketingkampagne
McCann Worldgroup (Hongkong) für Chok! Chok! Chok!

Bestes Netzwerkprodukt oder Verbraucherlösung
NTT DOCOMO für Hanashite Hon'yaku, der weltweit erste, automatische Sprach-Übersetzungsdienst

Bestes Produkt, Initiative oder Service in aufstrebenden Märkten
Ericsson für Amazon Connection – ein digitales Integrationsprogramm im Amazonasgebiet

GSMA mWomen bestes mobiles Produkt/ Service für Frauen in aufstrebenden Märkten
Asiacell für Almas Line

Best mobile Nutzung in Notfallsituationen/humanitären Krisen
Vodafone Foundation für Vodafone Instant Network

Der grüne Mobile Award
Indus Towers für Green Sites Project

Beste mobile App - Verbraucher
Facebook

Beste mobile App - Unternehmen
Evernote

Wahl der Jury – insgesamt beste mobile App
Waze

Innovativste mobile App
McCann Worldgroup (Hongkong) für Chok! Chok! Chok!

Herausforderung für Smartphone-Anwendungen
AT&T für Application Resource Optimizer (ARO)

Beste Anwendung mittels Netzwerk-APIs
Bharti Airtel Limited für my airtel app

Bestes Smartphone
Samsung Galaxy S3

Bestes Feature-Phone/Einsteiger-Handy
Nokia Asha 305

Gerätehersteller des Jahres
Samsung

Bestes mobiles Tablet
Google und Asus für Nexus 7

Beste mobile Infrastruktur
Samsung Electronics für Smart LTE Networks

Beste bahnbrechende Mobiltechnologie
Accuris Networks für AccuROAM Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi wird zur betreibergesteuerten Erweiterung von GSM zur Netzentlastung und zum Roaming

Beste Cloud-basierte mobile Technologie
Jasper Wireless' Cloud-basierte, verbundene Geräteplattform für Machine-to-Machine-Technologie (M2M) und Unterhaltungselektronik

Bestes mobiles Produkt/Service für Sicherheit & Schutz
AdaptiveMobile und Syniverse für Messaging Trust

Herausragender Beitrag zu LTE
SK Telecom für 4G LTE mit PETA-Lösung

Herausragende Mobilfunktechnologie – Auswahl der Chief Technology Officers
Samsung Electronics für Smart LTE Networks

Award für mobiles Breitbandspektrum
Regierung von Neuseeland

Award für Mobilfunk zur Entwicklung
U.S. Agency for International Development

m-Government-Award
Regierung von Moldawien

Die komplette Liste der Preisträger und Finalisten der Global Mobile Awards 2013 steht hier zur Verfügung: www.globalmobileawards.com/winners-2013

Die engere Auswahlliste für das 'Beste neue mobile Handset, Gerät oder Tablet auf dem Mobile World Congress 2013' wird zwischen 10.15 und 10.30 Uhr morgens (CET) am Mittwoch, den 27. Februar sowohl auf Mobile World Live TV und der Webseite der Global Mobile Awards präsent. Der Gewinner wird in einer Live-Präsentation auf Mobile World Live TV um 8.30 Uhr morgens am Donnerstag, den 28. Februar, ausgezeichnet.

Insgesamt haben mehr als 170 unabhängige Analysten, Journalisten, Akademiker und Fachexperten sowie 13 Vertreter von Mobilfunkbetreibern aus aller Welt an der Auswahl der Preisträger 2013 teilgenommen.

Zu den Sponsoren der Global Mobile Awards 2013 gehören u.a.: McAfee (Apps des Jahres), Myriad (Soziale & wirtschaftliche Entwicklung) und Telmap („Connected Life Awards" und Beste Mobilfunkdienste).  Die Marktdaten für „Beste mobile App – Verbraucher" und „Beste mobile App - Unternehmen" wurden von Distimo bereit gestellt.

Detaillierte Informationen über die Global Mobile Awards finden Sie auf www.globalmobileawards.com.

Über die GSMA
Die GSMA vertritt die Interessen von Mobilfunkbetreibern aus aller Welt. In über 220 Ländern vereint die GSMA fast 800 weltweite Mobilfunkbetreiber und mehr als 230 Unternehmen aus dem erweiterten Umfeld des Mobilfunks, darunter Mobilgerätehersteller, Softwareunternehmen, Ausrüstungshersteller und Internetunternehmen sowie Unternehmen aus verschiedensten Branchensektoren wie beispielsweise Finanzdienstleistungen, Gesundheit, Medien, Transport und Energieversorgung. Die GSMA organisiert außerdem branchenweit führende Veranstaltungen wie beispielsweise den Mobile World Congress und die Mobile Asia Expo.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der GSMA-Verbandswebsite unter www.gsma.com oder auf Mobile World Live, dem Online-Portal für die Mobilfunkbranche, unter www.mobileworldlive.com.

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