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Mobile networks have enabled dramatic advances and changes in telecommunications over the last two decades, and mobile operators have grown to dominate the industry, offering their subscribers a service set as rich as their wireline competitors (i.e. mostly voice), plus mobility. However, with the broadband market success in cable, xDSL and Wi-Fi, the competitive landscape is changing. Although 3G technologies deliver significantly higher bit rates than 2G technologies and contribute to ARPU growth for wireless data services, there is still more opportunity for wireless operators to capitalize on the ever-increasing demand for “wireless broadband”, even lower latency and multi-megabit throughput.
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