Jeremy is Principal Analyst at the analyst firm Machina Research. He has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 30 years, most recently at Ovum, from 1999-2014. Prior to this he worked as Head of Market Planning at the mobile satellite services company ICO, heading a team responsible for market research, forecasting, and competitor analysis. Here he ran several huge multi-country market research projects which interfaced with complex trade-off and price elasticity models. Jeremy also represented ICO within the GSM Association, where he was instrumental in establishing the Satellite Interest Group (SATIG). Before joining ICO he worked at KPMG and BIS.
He has an independent blog which covers, among other things, the use of ICT to help make transport more sustainable, at www.jeremygreen.net. He regularly appears in the press, radio and TV as an expert industry commentator and has been a judge for the GSMA’s annual mobile awards.
In 2009 he was seconded to the UK government’s Sustainable Development Commission to work on a project on sustainable transport, including input to the Commission’s high profile report Smarter Moves: How Information Communications Technology can promote Sustainable Mobility. He has authored reports on the future of the telecoms industry and on operators’ strategies for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. Jeremy’s client list includes ZTE, Vodafone, Telstra, Cisco, Ericsson, Amdocs and Nokia Siemens Networks.
Jeremy has a PhD in Science and Technology Policy from the University of Manchester. He has worked in the telecommunications industry, in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong, since 1987, specialising in wireless since 1990.