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La GSMA annonce les gagnants du concours Global Mobile Awards de 2013

BARCELONE, Espagne, 26 février 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- La GSMA a annoncé aujourd'hui les gagnants du 18e concours annuel des Global Mobile Awards, qui s'est tenu au GSMA Mobile World Congress à Barcelone. Les gagnants ont été honorés lors d'une cérémonie organisée l'après-midi qui était animée par l'écrivain, acteur et comédien, David Walliams.

Walliams a diverti les candidats et les participants en commençant la cérémonie par une performance humoristique. Il a été rejoint sur scène par des représentants des sponsors McAfee, Myriad et Telmap, par des représentants des partenaires médiatiques  CNBC, Fortune et Time pour présenter la cérémonie de remise des prix. Il a également été rejoint par John Hoffman, PDG de la GSMA Ltd et par les membres du jury.

« Grâce à ces prix, nous sommes fiers de mettre sous les projecteurs de nombreux innovateurs et leaders de l'industrie mobile de tous les coins du monde », a déclaré John Hoffman, PDG de la GSMA Ltd. « Les nouvelles catégories de cette année reflètent la portée de l'industrie dans de nombreux nouveaux secteurs. Nous avons reçu plus de 600 candidatures de haute qualité provenant de l'ensemble de l'écosystème mobile. Nous tenons à féliciter tous les gagnants des Global Mobile Awards et nous remercions les centaines d'entreprises et d'organisations qui soutiennent ce concours en y participant chaque année ».

Les prix de leadership gouvernementaux ont également été annoncés aujourd'hui, ceux-ci offrent une reconnaissance aux gouvernements du monde entier qui font preuve d'innovation et de leadership dans l'utilisation des technologies mobiles dans le secteur public.

Les gagnants du Global Mobile Awards de 2013 sont :

Meilleur produit ou service mobile de santé
MIPsoft pour BlindSquare

Meilleur produit ou service mobile dans le domaine de l'apprentissage ou l'éducation
Mobilink pour le programme d'alphabétisation par SMS

Meilleur produit ou service mobile pour l'industrie automobile
BMW i, MINI, Sixt et Vodafone Group pour le partage de voitures premium DriveNow

Meilleur produit ou service de paiement NFC/mobile
Etisalat pour Flous : le programme commercial d'Etisalat

Meilleur produit ou service mobile de publication
Ver Se Innovation pour NewsHunt

Meilleure innovation mobile pour des « villes intelligentes »
Streetline pour Parker

Meilleur dispositif électronique mobile pour le grand public
Samsung Electronics pour la caméra de Samsung GALAXY

Meilleur service mobile d'entreprise
Mobilelron pour la version 5 de Complete Enterprise Persona

Meilleur service mobile pour le consommateur
Comviva pour la plateforme MFS mobiquity™ de Mahindra Comviva qui exécute le service de billetterie mobile de la société de chemins de fer Bangladesh Railways

Meilleure publicité ou marketing sur mobile
McCann Worldgroup (Hong Kong) pour Chok!  Chok!  Chok!

Meilleur produit ou solution de réseau pour le service des clients
NTT DOCOMO pour Hanashite Hon'yaku, le premier service mondial de traduction vocale automatique

Meilleur produit, initiative ou service dans les marchés émergents
Ericsson pour Amazon Connection : un programme d'inclusion numérique en Amazonie

Meilleur produit ou service mobile du GSMA mWomen pour les femmes des marchés émergents
Asiacell pour Almas Line

Meilleure utilisation mobile dans les situations d'urgence ou de crise humanitaire
Vodafone Foundation pour Vodafone Instant Network

Prix de la technologie verte mobile   
Indus Towers pour le Green Sites Project

Meilleure application mobile pour les consommateurs
Facebook

Meilleure application mobile pour les entreprises
Evernote

Prix du jury : meilleure application mobile globale
Waze

Application mobile la plus innovante
McCann Worldgroup (Hong Kong) pour Chok! Chok!  Chok!

Challenge d'applications de téléphone intelligent
AT&T pour Application Resource Optimizer (ARO, optimiseur des ressources d'application)

Meilleure application utilisant des API de réseau
Bharti Airtel Limited pour my airtel app

Meilleur téléphone intelligent
Samsung Galaxy S3

Meilleure fonction de téléphone ou téléphone d'entrée de gamme
Nokia Asha 305

Fabricant d'appareils de l'année
Samsung

Meilleure tablette mobile
Google et Asus pour Nexus 7

Meilleure infrastructure mobile
Samsung Electronics pour réseaux LTE intelligents

Meilleure avancée de technologie mobile
Accuris Networks pour AccuROAM Wi-Fi : conversion du Wi-Fi en une extension porteuse modulée par signal GSM  pour l'itinérance et l'allègement

Meilleure technologie sur le nuage informatique pour mobile
Plateforme de périphériques connectés sur le nuage informatique de Jasper Wireless pour la communication entre machines (M2M) et l'électronique grand public

Meilleurs produits et services mobiles de sauvegarde et de sécurité
AdaptiveMobile et Syniverse pour Messaging Trust

Contribution exceptionnelle LTE
SK Telecom pour la 4G LTE avec solution PETA

Technologie mobile globale exceptionnelle : prix du directeur de la technologie
Samsung Electronics pour réseaux LTE intelligents

Prix du spectre pour le haut débit mobile
Gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Zélande

Prix du mobile au service du développement
U.S. Agency for International Development (Agence américaine pour le développement international)

Prix du meilleur gouvernement mobile
Gouvernement de la Moldavie

La liste complète des gagnants et des finalistes du Global Mobile Awards de 2013 est disponible à l'adresse suivante : www.globalmobileawards.com/winners-2013

La liste restreinte du « meilleur combiné, appareil ou tablette mobile parmi les nouveautés » du Mobile World Congress de 2013 sera annoncée entre 10 h 15 et 10 h 30 (HEC), le mercredi 27 février sur la chaîne télévisée Mobile World Live TV et sur le site Web du Global Mobile Awards. Le gagnant sera honoré lors d'une présentation en direct sur la chaîne télévisée Mobile World Live TV, à 8 h 30, le jeudi 28 février.

Au total, plus de 170 analystes indépendants, des journalistes, des universitaires et des experts en la matière et 13 représentants des opérateurs de téléphonie mobile du monde entier font partie du jury du concours de 2013.

Les sponsors du concours 2013 Global Mobile Awards  comprennent : McAfee (application de l'année), Myriad (développement économique et social) et Telmap (prix Vie connectée et prix meilleurs services mobiles). Les données de marché pour les catégories de la « meilleure application mobile pour les consommateurs » et de la « meilleure application mobile pour les entreprises » ont été fournies par Distimo.

Les informations complètes sur les Global Mobile Awards peuvent être consultées sur www.globalmobileawards.com.

À propos de la GSMA
La GSMA représente les intérêts des opérateurs mobiles du monde entier. Présente dans 220 pays, la GSMA rassemble près de 800 opérateurs mobiles du monde entier, ainsi que plus de 230 sociétés de l'écosystème mobile élargi, dont des fabricants de combinés, des sociétés de logiciels, des fournisseurs d'équipement, des sociétés Internet et des organismes dans les secteurs des services financiers, de la santé, des médias, des transports et des services publics. La GSMA organise également les événements les plus importants du secteur tels que le Mobile World Congress et le Mobile Asia Expo.

Pour plus d'informations, veuillez visiter le site Web institutionnel de la GSMA à l'adresse suivante www.gsma.com ou veuillez consulter Mobile World Live, le portail en ligne du secteur des communications mobiles à l'adresse suivante  www.mobileworldlive.com

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