Present and future of mobile communications was held in April 2008 in the USA one of the greatest repercussion in mobile telecommunications events: CTIA Wireless 2008. Microsoft, announced the release of updates for Windows Mobile Professional 6.1 and version 6 of Internet Explorer Mobile. On the other hand Linux has agreements with other manufacturers to compete in this new scenario. Mobile communications: market of terminals the issue that brings us, rapidly evolving what is given to call the market terminals, i.e. devices or appliances which users use to communicate.
The entry into the market of Apple with global agreements with leading operators destabilizes a very competitive market. In Spain Telefonica, it soon established Apple’s iPhone. More recent reports have placed it on a medium-high segment. On the other hand Windows Mobile becomes a standard de facto. Have been in CTIA presented the terminals from different manufacturers that will compete with iPhone. Vodaphone has reached similar agreements in other countries. Voice, data and television.
Broadband? The voice market today is the engine of mobile telecommunications. Their margins are inadequate for the development of networks of new technologies. The video call is one of expectations to increase the use of networks, its cost makes this somewhat selective product. Networks Wireless standards for wireless networks 802.11 g for inside homes and buildings have achieved the interests of users. A portable PC is inconceivable without Wi-Fi access. Outdoor WiFi projects are experimental and without much interest. Create an external network-based hot spots when already there are others with superior capabilities doesn’t make much sense. In principle potential competition for mobile networks has failed to materialize. Perhaps in this model the main action is the dominant operator and its capacity for development of networks domestic wireless xDSL modems. WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwabe Access) Once positioned WiFi networks in the residential market, domestic and business areas as the hotels, supermarkets, Internet cafes, and universities. There is an opportunity in the emerging WIMAX technology. Deployment of external (outdoor) 4 G networks, of greater extension and more bandwidth. LTE (Long Term Evolution) in this picture is not clear as to increase profitability. The average life of such technologies is approximately 3 years. The market of nearly 48 million lines mobile exceeded amply to the fixed lines of approximately 17 million.LTE offers the user greater (100 Mbps) download speeds and lower delay (10msec), the calendar has expectations of tests in 2009 and first deployments in 2010. Much of the agents involved give de facto LTE as a future standard. http:neocomunications.blogspot.