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3G in Emerging Markets

  • Description:

    Telephone and Internet services are vital to economic and social growth everywhere but not readily available in emerging markets1. Fully aware
    of this, governments, businesses and public agencies focus a large amount
    of resources on improving communications in these regions. Wireless
    systems, with their broad coverage, low deployment cost, and usability for
    fixed, portable and mobile applications are excellent alternatives. Further,
    3G wireless systems have become very prevalent due to their unsurpassed
    economies for delivering voice and data services, capacity to support
    rapidly growing subscriber bases, and ability to support advanced revenue
    generating services. This paper discusses why and how 3G wireless systems have become viable communications solutions in emerging
    markets, and why their evolutions will likely continue similarly.

    ***Ok to present externally, but distribute only PDF version.***

  • Created

    July 23, 2013

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    195.7 KB

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    PDF