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John Delaney

Associate Vice President, European Mobility

John Delaney heads IDC’s European Mobility Team, researching the market for mobile services and products in Europe. His specialism is the mobility of communications, the internet and software. Key themes of John’s research include mobile broadband, mobile service development and marketing, enterprise mobility and mobile operator strategies. John and his team deliver their research through market reports, client enquiries and workshop sessions.

A well regarded industry commentator and analyst, John is a frequent contributor to the business news media, and is a regular speaker at industry events such as seminars and conferences.

John has been working in the ICT research and consulting industry since 1984, and he joined IDC in 2008. He holds a B.Sc. degree in Physics from The University of Warwick, UK.

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BT Showcases its Commitment to Innovation

Jul 2017 - Market Note - Doc # EMEA42878017

by: Mike CansfieldJohn Delaney

"Telcos' innovation has produced the technologies that make the more attention-grabbing innovations possible," says Mike Cansfield, IDC's European Head of Custom Telecoms Research. BT invited IDC to attend its Innovation 2017 event at its w...
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