Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Bandwidth will choke like Bangalore Roads

1. For mobile service carriers, however, this has created a certain amount of
havoc. Somewhat unexpectedly, all of that video traffic has opened the
floodgates for a huge upsurge in data traversing the network. Concurrently,
a vast and ever-expanding ocean of apps for smartphones and tablets
continues to pull down an additional and staggering amount of data from the
network at all times. 

2. Please manage my network data
Manage My Network: Businesses Turn to the Experts for Help

DALLAS, March 20, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The explosive growth of network-dependent data, devices and apps is creating technology complexity and cost challenges for large and medium-sized businesses. 

3. Video Speed Trap Lurks in New iPad

Users Find the Superfast 4G Link Carries a Big Cost: Churning Through Data Limits in Mere Hours

Such decisions set up a quandary for wireless carriers, which are rolling out multibillion-dollar high-speed networks that use a technology called LTE. The technology promises to boost mobile download speeds by 10 times compared with third-generation networks, making it almost purpose-built for mobile video. 

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