Smartphones to shape 4G infrastructure spending surge

Pralle, Chad
August 2010
Wireless Asia;Aug/Sep2010, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p8
The article addresses several issues as wireless technology is developing. Such issues include open networks, explosion of data usage and commoditizaton. It argues that improvements in technology and additional spectrum are not sufficient to provide the additional capacity as networks become bigger.


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