SPOTLIGHT: Nokia not giving up on 3G


Nokia's recent announcement that it is supporting WiMax research doesn't mean that the company is abandoning 3G technology. Quite the contrary, says Simon Beresford-Wylie, executive vice president of Nokia's networks unit. He believes that wireless and 3G are complementary technologies that will coexist in the years ahead. So while Nokia is teaming with Intel to investigate the possibilities presented by WiMax, the company is also busily researching HSDPA and other high-speed cellular data systems. Article

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