The best way is to start with this Video of different gadgets by Orange (excuse their adverts)
Maravedis-Rethink has an excellent summary from Network point of view:
Complete summary here.
Chetan Sharma has written a brilliant summary and covers all different topics:
All the progress that has been on the mobile economy has been on the back of trillions of dollars of investment over the last couple of decades. With declining margins, how long do operators continue to invest and at what pace? What’s the margin profile they are willing to live with? What’s the role of government in building out the infrastructure when high-speed mobile networks are concerned? Japan, Korea, Israel have all based their competitiveness on connected broadband world. Can others follow? The impact of Whatsapp launching voice services and Netflix/Comcast deal were hotly debated in the hallways. It is one thing to put out national broadband plans and it is entirely another reality to have an execution path to deliver on the plan. The broadband investment has much far reaching implications than most people and governments realize.
Complete article here.
Ian Poole from Radio Electronics has done a good job too with the summary and video:
Complete report and the video here.
Finally, an excellent summary on Small Cells and related by ThinkSmallCell:
Ronald Gruia from Frost&Sullivan has created a summary presentation on Slideshare that is embedded below:
Other Summaries worth reading:
- GiffGaff Blog
- Alan Quayle Blog
- Cisco SP 360 Blog
- Frank Rayal Blog
- Mobile OS Summary from MWC 2014
- Informa T&M Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3
- CCS Insight Day 0, Day 1 and Day 2
There was also a Carrier Wi-Fi Summit going on in parallel to the main MWC. A summary of that is available on the WBA website here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4.
Claus Hetting has also added an excellent summary of the Carrier Wi-Fi Summit on his blog here.