Preparing for the quad play

Ginsburg, David
June 2009
CED;Jun2009, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p27
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantages and importance of adoption and deployment of 4G mobile broadband technology. It outlines the two branches of the 4G, the WiMAX and Long Term Evolution and explores the trials of deploying theses branches by some companies. It also highlights the role of Mobile Device Management (MDM) in the adoption of 4G technology.


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