"The big companies (Google, Netflix, Apple) recognize those that use a lot of bandwidth should contribute to that," says Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam.
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Telecommunications carriers were already facing the difficult dynamics of a data-based mobile market where demand and revenues are following much different curves. Now that the new iPad has bowed, are telcos once-buoyant hopes for mobile broadband just going to end up sunk?
Whether you were impressed by the iPhone 4S, or were disappointed that it doesn't have a 5 in its name, there's no question that it will continue the disruption of telcos' mobile data business models. But with research suggesting that running a mobile network could become unprofitable within three years, can carriers change their ways before the iPhone and its ilk chew up our airwaves like locusts buzzing the plains?
While carriers have been taking steps to prevent a mobile bandwidth crunch, developers could help the cause by building apps that are leaner and eat less data.
An analyst has predicted that Intel's data transfer technology will see slow adoption among PC makers due to its high cost
A bevy of universities have Apple iPad pilots underway. Here's a look at the bandwidth requirements and other moving parts involved with supporting an influx of iPads.
Google TV, Apple TV and Roku's real enemy are not each other, but the fact that there's not enough Internet broadband to go around.
Department of Education and Training (DET) chief information officer Stephen Wilson has said that he has solved the problem posed by having to provide functionality to his vocal Mac fans.
OK, OK, so you've heard it before, but this time it's true? USB 2.0 is on the way
A new interconnect architecture developed to reduce bandwidth bottlenecks is now looming a little larger on the horizon. The InfiniBand Trade Association, comprising more than 200 companies, announced on Tuesday the release of InfiniBand Version 1.
The company said a recent deal with Tech Data reflects rebounding Mac sales -- and that its supply problems are in the past
When it brought on Tech Data Corp. last week as itsthird U.
The company says a recent deal with Tech Data reflects rebounding Mac sales -- and that its supply problems are in the past.
WECA pitches a new "WiFi" certification as a way to guarantee cross-vendor compatibility