Mobile broadband gains velocity

James Middleton

October 10, 2007

1 Min Read
Mobile broadband gains velocity

The mobile broadband market is gaining velocity, driven by the twin engines of HSDPA and EV-DO with more power yet to come from Mobile WiMAX.

There are already more than 200 commercial mobile broadband networks worldwide with more than 50 million subscribers using hundreds of different devices. And rapid adoption of these technologies will lead it to dominate the broadband market by 2011, when services based on HSPA, EV-DO, WiMAX and other systems will have more subscribers than services based on DSL, cable and FTTH.

The latest news on mobile broadband:

Mobile broadband moves into fast lane

Moto scores Taiwan WiMAX deal

WiMAX gaining serious momentum

Nokia, Intel to unleash WiMAX devices in 2008

Intel backs KDDI WiMAX push

4G technology shaping up ahead of time

Sprint calls its WiMAX service Xohm

Vodafone joins WiMAX Forum

Sprint, Clearwire champion mobile WiMAX

DoCoMo trials “Super 3G”

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James Middleton

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