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By 2015, 4G technology adoption level will exceed the 2010 US population figure * Competition for bandwidth escalating amongst US tier-one carriers * 3G/4G 2015 forecast: in excess of 300,000,000 points of presence (POPs) LONDON -- The North American next generation wireless networks market is gaining pace, according to a new report available on companiesandmarkets.
BelAir Networks products have always led the industry in performance and QoS critical for next generation wireless networks.
Providing embedded access to next generation wireless networks raises the bar for anytime, anywhere, reliable access to critical information," said Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Computer Solutions Company.
Mobicom(TM) operates over next generation wireless networks using global wireless standards (GSM/GPRS) and includes mapping software utilized for real-time or historical tracking throughout North America, geo-fencing capabilities, integrated two-way text messaging and customized reports.
Our ability to deliver a combination of superior reliability and scalability along with a unified platform for extension into next generation wireless networks has led to an upsurge in demand for our networking products," said Horton.
There is a real need in the industry to understand how real next generation wireless networks will be behave at their capacity limits.
Cellcom") announced today that they are expanding Cellcom's wireless network with CDMA 2000 1X technology in the main cities of Lagos and Abuja using TELOS' next generation wireless network solution, the Sonata SE.
and Nortel Networks (NYSE:NT)(TSX:NT) announced today the commercial launch of Africa's first, next generation wireless network, which will position Multi-Links to reach more than 500,000 customers in Lagos, and will support future expansion of wireless services into other parts of Nigeria.