By Dan Steinbock (auth.), Eli M. Noam, Dan Steinbock (eds.)
In fresh years, billions of bucks (and euros, yen, and different currencies) were spent via instant companies companies to obtain the radio frequency spectrum had to supply so-called "Third new release" (3G) cellular companies. those companies comprise high-speed facts, cellular web entry and leisure reminiscent of video games, track and video courses. certainly, as voice communications are substituted through info communications, software program -rather than terminals or networks- has develop into the motive force of the instant undefined. in the meantime, providers have gotten more and more really good.
Why has the line to multimedia mobile been so tough? those merits of the cellular web have include the prices of a tremendous transition that has coincided with the bust of inventory markets and the know-how segments world wide, arguable and expensive license auctions in different lead markets, dated or unsuitable regulatory guidelines, the conflict among the early hype and the pioneering realities of the cellular net. yet those are generalities that hardly scratch the outside. The satan is within the information. And it's those information that Competition for the cellular Internet addresses.
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Without the cost and delay of a licensing process), and flexibility to change to the next level of technology. Entry barriers are low. Locations could include hotels , colleges, airports, shopping malls, etc. Disadvantages of WLANs are their 3. The Next Frontier For Openness: Wireless Communications 29 lower security, the need to coordinate billing and roaming , and the low staying power of new entrants. (Two early entrants, MobilStar and Ricochet, have gone out of business . " These technologies raise the data rate for mobile operations to speeds not much lower than those realistically expected by the third generation UMTS .
The re are three principal approac hes: (1) government-coordin ated standard setting, as with ETSI in Europe, (2) standard setting within private organizations, or (3) standards competition amon g individual firms. Opti on 1 amo unts to a blockin g of standards outside those developed by the centralized body. Thi s strategy might have short-run coordin ation benefits in the form of faster deployment and immediate compatibility but , as already ment ioned above , is subject to a variety of hazard s.
The Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) has been exploring these fundamental question s in its Mobile Internet Proje ct. In addition to ongoing research , this program included a conference on October 25, 2001 with a wide research consortium , includ ing experts from wireless service E. M. Noam et al. ), Competition for the Mobile Internet © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2003 40 Chapter 4 wireless industry? The answer depends on the policy makers' objectives. The various debates over deployment of advanced wireless services raise several, potentially inconsistent, goals that might affect a country's choice of antitrust regime for the industry.
Competition for the Mobile Internet by Dan Steinbock (auth.), Eli M. Noam, Dan Steinbock (eds.)