Kevin Burden

Kevin Burden

Vice President, Mobility Research & Data Strategy | Boston, MA

Biography

Kevin Burden is VP of Mobility Research and Data Strategy at 451 Research. He leads the company's market and quantitative analysis across all mobile technology segments. Kevin has more than 20 years of experience analyzing markets for mobile and wireless technologies.

Previously, Kevin was director of mobility at Strategy Analytics and senior manager of mobile devices at Nielsen Mobile, a division of the Nielsen Company, where he was responsible for consulting services and regular business reviews with mobile device manufacturers. Prior to that, he spent seven years at IDC as program manager, mobile & wireless markets, launching the company's coverage of the smartphone market and leading a global team of analysts focused on mobile devices and enterprise mobility.

Kevin also spent 10 years at one of the industry's most respected and leading weekly newspapers, Computerworld. As the publication's senior features writer, he covered numerous technology fields, focusing specifically on how corporations use technology to meet corporate goals. Kevin has been quoted in many of the world's foremost business and technology publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Time, Forbes, The Boston Globe and Investor's Business Daily, and has spoken at the industry's most important events, including CES, CTIA and Mobile World Congress.

He holds a BA in economics from Northeastern University.

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Recent Research from Kevin Burden

  • Asia-Pacific Wireless Subscriber Forecast, September 2017

    The Asia-Pacific Wireless Subscriber Forecast provides an historical and forecasted market size of key performance indicators by 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The report includes country-level forecasts for mobile subscriptions, ARPU and service revenue by a variety of mobile line segments including consumer and enterprise lines, voice and data line, prepaid and postpaid lines. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Mobile Telecom

  • EMEA Wireless Subscriber Forecast, September 2017

    The EMEA Wireless Subscriber Forecast provides an historical and forecasted market size of key performance indicators by 39 countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The report includes country-level forecasts for mobile subscriptions, ARPU and service revenue by a variety of mobile line segments including consumer and enterprise lines, voice and data line, prepaid and postpaid lines. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Mobile Telecom

  • Global Wireless Subscriber Forecast, September 2017

    The Global Wireless Subscriber Forecast provides an historical and forecasted market size of key performance indicators by 65 countries. The report includes country-level forecasts for mobile subscriptions, ARPU and service revenue by a variety of mobile line segments including consumer and enterprise lines, voice and data line, prepaid and postpaid lines. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Mobile Telecom

  • Latin American Wireless Subscriber Forecast, September 2017

    The Latin American Wireless Subscriber Forecast provides an historical and forecasted market size of key performance indicators by 8 countries in Latin America. The report includes country-level forecasts for mobile subscriptions, ARPU and service revenue by a variety of mobile line segments including consumer and enterprise lines, voice and data line, prepaid and postpaid lines. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Mobile Telecom

  • North American Wireless Subscriber Forecast, September 2017

    The North American Wireless Subscriber Forecast provides an historical and forecasted market size of key performance indicators in the United States and Canada. The report includes country-level forecasts for mobile subscriptions, ARPU and service revenue by a variety of mobile line segments including consumer and enterprise lines, voice and data line, prepaid and postpaid lines. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Mobile Telecom

  • Consumer Mobile Apps & Messaging Forecast, September 2017

    The Consumer Mobile Apps & Messaging Forecast delivers country-level historical and forecasted market sizing on the industry's key performance indicators, including metrics on app downloads and revenue by app segment, in-app transaction value and revenue, as well as sizing the volume and revenue generated through messaging. Forecasts for all segments are presented in Excel pivot table format.

    Customer Experience & Commerce Mobile Telecom

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