Emerging markets find success with wireless broadband

Emerging markets such as Pakistan, India, China are hot areas for operators that want to offer wireless broadband.  But the business models in these regions of the world aren't necessarily the same as they are in mature markets, nor are the applications.

We'll be talking about some of the wireless broadband offerings that exist today in emerging markets and delving into their service offerings and business models during the "Wireless Broadband in Emerging Markets" Webinar Dec. 3 at 9 a.m. EST. 

I'll be joined by some excellent speakers, including Naeem Zamindar, vice president and head of Mobilink's broadband business unit, Steven Hartley, senior analyst at Ovum, Gilbert Marciano, Solution Director, Alcatel-Lucent Carrier Solutions Business and Joe Lawrence, Vice President of Marketing, CDMA Development Group.  Please check it out. Register here.  --Sue

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