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Network operators feel growing pains of smartphone users

10/15/2009 02:00 PM EDT
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re: Network operators feel growing pains of smartphone users
MAR   10/15/2009 7:08:35 PM
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Mr. Walko, your article left me screaming at the end "WHY?". Why do smartphones consume 8 times the signalling load of a wireless laptop? Inefficient protocols? A high ratio of polling to data requests? How can you tease us with such an interesting statistic and not explain why?

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