This week marked yet another milestone in the internet becoming mobile, when the five billionth mobile subscription added to the count, largely thanks to emerging markets like India and China. According to Ericsson estimates, based on industry information, the five billionth subscription was added on 8 July. In the year 2000, about 720 million people had mobile subscriptions, less than the amount of users China, alone, …

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WCDMA vs. HSDPA (3G vs 3.5G) WCDMA stands for Wideband Code Division Multiple Access, a mobile technology that improves upon the capabilities of current GSM networks that are deployed around the world. People commonly refer to this technology as 3G, or 3rd generation, and it provides newer services like video calling to the traditional call, and text messaging features that are already standard. HSDPA (High …

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A 4G Wireless World The world of wireless and mobile communications is on the verge of a new revolution–a 4G wireless broadband revolution. But the blazing super fast speed offered by 4G systems (100Mbps and faster) is not the “Che Guevara” in the revolutionary world of 4G technology. Companies that produce content running at 4G speeds are the future of mobile communications. Think of it …

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