High time for Europe to embrace EDGE technology

October 2003
Electronics Weekly;10/15/2003, Issue 2119, p3
Trade Publication
European mobile phone operators should follow the lead given by their counterparts in the U.S. and race ahead with the adoption of EDGE technology for their next generation of high speed data services. Significantly Nokia is starting to push EDGE in Europe. With EDGE offering 200kbit/s and more network operators and handset manufacturers can now start planning the rollout of 3G-style services, such as video streaming, before they start paying the £1billion cost of 3G infrastructure.


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