It’s a Lifestyle; Not Technology

At the upcoming 3GSM conference, Nortel promises to “challenge the industry to deliver the 4G “Lifestyle” by rolling out next-generation, high-speed wireless technologies that can deliver services such as video and high-definition TV broadcasting. When did 4G become a lifestyle? How come no one told me? If it means getting a fast, user-friendly Web access while on the road, I’m all for that. Nortel plans to walk the walk in addition to talking the talking about the 4G Lifestyle (4GL?) at 3GSM by demonstrating the wireless industry “first live end-to-end MIMO-powered WiMAX solution, using advanced innovative antenna technology to deliver high-bandwidth applications, such as real-time video, over personal mobile devices”.

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