Is extra capacity enough to handle the deluge of mobile broadband demand?

Do wireless carriers need to enlist intelligent policy and network management controls to continue growing their data revenues profitably? Or will simply throwing extra capacity at the problem suffice? On one side of the argument are vendors that espouse the need for network management policies. On the other, wireless carriers contend additional capacity will keep pace with demand. Article

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