WiMax could be the standard that drives the next phase of mobile broadband, it provides an opportunity for players wanting to establish a pure IP network to carry voice and data effectively — but is this what operators want?
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Future 4G networks will have to set proper quality of service guidelines and traffic provisioning to ensure voice over Internet Protocol succeeds, says report.
Writing a blog about mobile technology on 28 April almost necessitates holding forth on CDMA shutoff. But if you ask me, there's something far more disruptive happening in the wireless world right now.
Analyst house predicts rising IT spending but a slow start for Microsoft's new operating system.
It's a longshot, but if they succeed the cell industry will be soon shrinking rapidly into irrelevancy. All that wasted money! Too bad because all things will be Internet Protocol-based -- the best true convergence. The Wi-Fi spots today will burgeon and blossom via new WiMax meshes, and later via satellite-based Internet canopies (for higher "roaming" cost, for sure). Your PC and iPhone (using the same guts and GUIs) will hop along an IP constellation, with certain "visitor" fees applied but no single-provider lock-in.
Fixed and mobile operators should start exploring wireless broadband possibilities now or risk losing out on revenue opportunities.
This week, over 60,000 delegates will converge on the island-state for Asia's largest communications event.
The U.S.' first-ever metropolitan area carrier-class voice-over-Wi-Fi telephone service.
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