Friday, 22 June 2018

Alcatel-Lucent sees huge increase in urban device density

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom, in Hong Kong
Thursday 18 November 10

Equipment vendor urges device manufacturers to consider the impact their phones have on mobile networks; says iPhone 'not the worst'.

The number of mobile devices in operation in urban locations is set to rocket over the next five years, driven by the growing popularity of smartphones in particular, triggering a greater need for collaboration between handset makers and service providers…

The number of mobile devices in operation in urban locations is set to rocket over the next five years, driven by the growing popularity of smartphones in particular, triggering a greater need for collaboration between handset makers and service providers…

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