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GSMA Anuncia los Ganadores de los Galardones Global Mobile del 2013

BARCELONA, España, 26 de febrero de 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GSMA anunció hoy los ganadores de los 18º Premios Anuales Global Mobile, que tuvo lugar en el Congreso Mundial de GSMA en Barcelona. Los ganadores fueron homenajeados en una ceremonia por la tarde auspiciada por el escritor, actor y cómico David Walliams.

Walliams entretuvo a los nominados y a los asistentes con una presentación cómica de la ceremonia. Junto a él estuvieron en el escenario representantes de los patrocinadores McAfee, Myriad y Telmap, y los socios de medios de comunicación CNBC, Fortune y Time, que presentaron conjuntamente los galardones, así como John Hoffman, Consejero Delegado de GSMA Ltd., y miembros del panel de jurados.

"Por medio de estos galardones, nos sentimos orgullosos de hacer brillar la luz sobre los muchos innovadores y líderes de la industria móvil, de todos los confines de la Tierra," dijo John Hoffman, Consejero Delegado de GSMA. "Las nuevas categorías de este año reflejan el alcance de la industria en muchos sectores nuevos y recibimos más de 600 nominaciones de alta calidad de todo el ecosistema móvil. Nos gustaría felicitar a todos los ganadores de los Galardones Global Mobile y agradecer a los varios cientos de compañía y organizaciones que apoyan estos galardones compitiendo cada año."

También se anunciaron hoy los Galardones Government Leadership, que premian a gobiernos de todo el mundo por su innovación y liderazgo en el uso de tecnologías móviles en el sector público.

Los ganadores de los Galardones Global Mobile del 2013 son:

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil de Salud
MIPsoft por BlindSquare

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil de Educación o Enseñanza
Mobilink por el programa SMS Based Literacy

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil para la Industria Automotriz
BMW i, MINI, Sixt y Vodafone Group por DriveNow Premium Car Sharing

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil Financiero/Dinero
Etisalat por Flous - The Etisalat Commerce Programme

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil de Publicación
Ver Se Innovation por NewsHunt

Mejor Innovación Móvil para "Ciudades Inteligentes"
Streetline por Parker

Mejor Dispositivo de Electrodomésticos Habilitado para Aplicaciones Móviles
Samsung Electronics por Samsung GALAXY Camera

Mejor Servicio Móvil de Empresa
Mobilelron por Version 5 Complete Enterprise Persona

Mejor Servicio Móvil para Consumidores
Comviva por la plataforma MFS Mahindra Comviva's mobiquity™ impulsando el servicio de mTicketing para Bangladesh Railways

Mejor Publicidad o Marketing en Móviles
McCann Worldgroup (Hong Kong) por Chok! Chok! Chok!

Mejor Producto o Solución de Red para Atención a Clientes
NTT DOCOMO por Hanashite Hon'yaku, el primer servicio en el mundo de traducción automática de voz

Mejor Producto, Iniciativa o Servicio en Mercados Emergentes
Ericsson por Amazon Connection– un programa de inclusión digital en el Amazonas

Mejor Producto o Servicio Móvil GSMA mWomen para Mujeres en Mercados Emergentes
Asiacell por Almas Line

Mejor Uso de Móviles en Situaciones de Emergencia o Humanitarias
Vodafone Foundation por Vodafone Instant Network

Galardón Green Mobile
Indus Towers por el Proyecto Green Sites

Mejor Aplicación Móvil para Consumidores
Facebook

Mejor Aplicación Móvil para Empresas
Evernote

Galardón del Jurado – Mejor Aplicación Móvil en General
Waze

Aplicación Móvil Más Innovadora
McCann Worldgroup (Hong Kong) por Chok! Chok! Chok!

Reto de Aplicaciones para Smartphone
AT&T por Application Resource Optimizer (ARO)

Mejor Aplicación usando APIs de Red
Bharti Airtel Limited por la aplicación my airtel

Mejor Smartphone
Samsung Galaxy S3

Mejor Teléfono de Características o Teléfono de Gama Baja
Nokia Asha 305

Fabricante de Dispositivos del Año
Samsung

Mejor Tableta Móvil
Google y Asus por Nexus 7

Mejor Infraestructura Móvil
Samsung Electronics por Smart LTE Networks

Mejor Avance en Tecnología Móvil
Accuris Networks por AccuROAM Wi-Fi: Convirtiendo el Wi-Fi en la extensión manejada por la compañía de teléfonos de GSM para Descargas y Roaming

Mejor Tecnología para Móviles Basada en la Nube
Plataforma de dispositivos conectados basada en la nube de Jasper Wireless para M2M (equipo a equipo) y electrodomésticos

Mejores Productos y Servicios Móviles de Protección y Seguridad
AdaptiveMobile y Syniverse por Messaging Trust

Contribución Excepcional LTE
SK Telecom por 4G LTE con PETA Solution

Tecnología Móvil Excepcional en General – Elección del Director Técnico
Samsung Electronics por Smart LTE Networks

Galardón de Espectro para Banda Ancha Móvil
Gobierno de Nueva Zelanda

Galardón Móvil para el Desarrollo
Agencia Americana para el Desarrollo Internacional

Galardón m-Government
Gobierno de Moldovia

La lista completa de ganadores y finalistas para los Galardones Global Mobile del 2013 se encuentra disponible en: www.globalmobileawards.com/winners-2013

La preselección para el "Mejor Teléfono, Dispositivo o Tableta Móviles Nuevos en el Mobile World Congress 2013" se anunciará entre las 10:15 y las 10:30 de la mañana (CET), el miércoles 27 de febrero tanto en Mobile World Live TV como en el sitio web de los Galardones Global Mobile. El ganador será homenajeado en una ceremonia en directo en Mobile World Live TV a las 8:30 de la mañana el jueves 28 de febrero.

En total, más de 170 analistas independientes, periodistas, académicos y expertos en la materia y 13 representantes de operadores de tecnología móvil de todo el mundo participaron en la concesión de los galardones del 2013.

Entre los patrocinadores de los Galardones Global Mobile de 2013 se encuentran: McAfee (Aplicaciones del Año), Myriad (Desarrollo Social y Económico) y Telmap (Galardones Connected Life y Mejores Servicios Móviles). Los datos de mercado para las categorías de "Mejor Aplicación Móvil para los Consumidores" y "Mejor Aplicación Móvil para empresas" fueron proporcionados por Distimo.

La información completa sobre los Galardones Global Mobile se puede encontrar en www.globalmobileawards.com.

Acerca de GSMA
GSMA representa los intereses de operadores móviles en todo el mundo. Abarcando más de 220 países, GSMA une a casi 800 de los operadores móviles del mundo con más de 230 compañías en el ecosistema móvil más amplio, incluyendo fabricantes de teléfonos móviles, empresas de software, proveedores de equipos, empresas de Internet, así como organizaciones en sectores de la industria tales como servicios financieros, salud, medios de comunicación, transporte y empresas de servicios públicos. GSMA es responsable también de la producción de eventos líderes en la industria como Mobile World Congress y Mobile Asia Expo. 

Para más información, por favor visite la web corporativa de GSMA www.gsma.com o Mobile World Live, el portal en internet para la industria de las comunicaciones móviles, www.mobileworldlive.com.

 

 

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