ABI: 3G growth will help keep market afloat in 2009

A report by ABI Research predicts that 3G technology growth, specifically CDMA growth, will help keep the mobile market afloat in 2009, as much of the drop in growth and demand is expected to be in 2G technologies. The research firm also predicted that smartphones and cellular modems would also contribute to growth. Article

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