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11/30/2010 07:03 PM EST
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elctrnx_lyf   12/3/2010 5:13:28 PM
Certainly LTE is the future of the GSM to provide high speed broadband to the mobiles. Quallcom also seems to be investing alot in this. I think they also got a part of 3G spectrum in India during the recent bid process. ANd they are really coming fast into the indian market. I would like to see what is the strategy of Quallcom, is it only going to offer wireless broadband service or they will venture into the regular voice service of the mobile.

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Luis Sanchez   11/30/2010 9:50:05 PM
The move is on. 3G Long Term Evolution is coming though, I haven't heard much of it from different places other than EETimes. I think the name isn't very trendy or marketable. But using pre-4G isn't good neither. Lets wait and see what happens. I suppose the next iPhone will be LTE compatible.

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