In its report of second-quarter 2012 financial results, Deutsche Telekom showed a 19% increase in mobile data revenue to €484 million. This was 29% of ARPU (average revenue per user), up from 24% for the same quarter a year earlier. In the company’s European segment, smartphones now account for 60% of all devices sold, up from 43% a year ago. This helped drive mobile data revenue up by 21% from last year.

Vodafone Group reported a similar trend, with mobile data revenue growth of 17% year over year to £1.6 billion. This accounted for 16% of group service revenue in the three months ended June 30. Vodafone’s mobile internet revenue in Europe grew by 47%, as smartphones became increasingly ubiquitous.

Smart CapacityTM solutions help leading mobile network operators like Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone deliver a superior quality of experience (QoE) for video and web applications to their mobile subscribers. Happy customers with cool devices are more likely to adopt new services and increase their mobile data usage – contributing to improved revenue growth and profitability for their service providers.

-Anna Yong