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A New Series of Posts

We are getting close to 4GWE and I am off to LA next week for other reasons, so I am looking forward to scoping out the place in advance.  I am trying to minimize my impact on the time, buy...

The Opportunity Gap: New Spectrum Same Problem

The Wireless world is expanding in traffic and spectrum now that President Obama is looking to open up spectrum.  Regardless of what the policy is from the White House the need for data services on mobile solutions is expanding and...

Google vs. Apple

Google and Apple are vying for your attention today. If you are a carrier, your bed fellows are not staying the night! Google with the Nexus One announcement that is all about the Android operating system and not a carrier....

Clearwire Goes Live with WiMAX in Dallas, Chicago, Charlotte

The long wait for WiMAX in the Windy City as well as the DFW Metroplex is over -- as we expected, Clearwire is now selling services in both cities, keeping with the company's strategy of "soft launching" markets online before...

Report Excerpt: Why Dearth of Devices Hurts Clearwire

Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from our latest quarterly report on all things Clearwire, the CLEARWIRE NTK OCTOBER 2009 (need to know) report, available now for the low low price of $4.95. In this excerpt we talk about...

Liveblogging -- Femtocell Session

There's an overflow crowd here at the 4GWE session on femtocells, so I'll try some liveblogging to keep you in the flow of the discussion if you're not here in the room with us. Keep refreshing this post, we are...

Voice on 4G? Inevitable... But Not Anytime Soon

With back to back sessions this afternoon at the 4GWE Conference, it's tough to cram all this great info into short blog posts (but of course that won't stop us from trying). In a panel this afternoon about Giving Voice...

Gerry Purdy's Newsletter

Mark my words: over the coming years, our cell phone will become the wireless networking relay station of choice for all of our portable devices - from Netbooks to Notebooks to eBooks and support for the phone's own wireless data activities as well. But, getting there is not going to be easy.

Who is driving the Next Bus Verizon Wireless or Apple?

Last week while Verizon Wireless was trying to draw the attention of the developer community, the press was all a buzz about their relationship with Apple.The problem is two fold.  The first is that ATT is the only one allowed...

The Death of the Cassette: Anthony Robbins

My TV keeps me company in my late hour work and my hotel rooms.  Often I wake up to the infomercial dujour.  Anthony Robbins is on a lot these days with a 19.95 offer.  I have been trying to understand...

Why we are here? 4GWE Rewind

I took the liberty of heavily editing  Brough Turner or Dialogic discussion from the "Our Genealogy" session.  When we come to the west coast we broke up the tutorial so that Brough Turner and Fanny Mlinarsky had more latitude to...

India - Tech Centers and guess what #1 Trend they want

Mobile Apps!Looking at the Times of India (a good place to read to get away from the skew of US politics but perhaps hard for those who are used to a more US centric view).  One of the lead articles...

Terre Star's Satellite Solutions

EB Software (Elektrobit Corporation) and Terre Star demoed a prototype satellite phone that was dual mode with cellular.  It raised some interesting questions for me.  Unlike the expensive satellite phones of other companies, this was an incredibly elegant footprint, about...

Evolution of Cellular

Brough is doing a great job giving the history of the industry move to 3G.Like Darwin's natural selection, the market is the place where natural selection occurs.There are lots of standards that have been in play over the years.  And...

Revolt: IMS: Making Room for the Evolution

The Team of experts speaking on the Tuesday morning session have rewritten the Session Description to more accurately reflect their experience.Here is the new write up.The migration path for long-term evolution (LTE)  has several steps along the way. This session...

The Emphasis on the Wrong Syllable Bankrupt Nortel sheds WiMAX

I don't think this would be a sign of WiMAX's apocalypse. I instead see this as a prudent move on Nortel's part to emphasis the pieces of the solutions they own.