Mobile WiMAX networks, will provide cellular-like access networks for fixed, pedestrian and vehicular subscribers.
Industry buzz about wireless networking is dominated by discussion of 4G – primarily LTE and WiMAX.
The mobile and wireless industry is one of the most interesting and prominent growth areas in technology today, especially for investors.
The data on a consumer’s mobile phone, which previously used to be just contacts, now includes calendars, tasks, pictures
Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the true heir to the 4G moniker and a pure evolution of today’s 3G wireless networks.
Wireless data applications and content usage are growing exponentially and driving the average revenue per user (ARPU) up significantly.
When Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama announced Joe Biden as his vice presidential running mate, one person in the wireless industry was particularly close to the action.
Barack Obama uses multiple wireless devices and is a certifiable BlackBerry addict. John McCain, on the other hand, relies on staffers and his wife Cindy to surf the Web for him.
It could still be years before data ARPU catches up to voice; the data gains are relatively modest, but no “hockey stick” trajectory has emerged yet.
Barack Obama launched an SMS and e-mail campaign in mid-August to build momentum for his running mate announcement prior to the Democratic National Convention.
PC market leaders are being threatened by a new computing paradigm, as were their predecessors in minicomputers and their predecessors’ parents in mainframes.
GPS has been around for more than 40 years, longer than cellular telecommunications networks. But the two technologies have been on converging paths for years
Total movie sales grew 300% from a year ago. They’re quietly chuckling as skeptics question the viability of watching movies on cell phones.
The FCC’s 700 MHz auction was a big success, no matter how you cut it. It raised a total of $18 billion for 1,090 licenses.