CIB Cover Story: True mobile mobility

The arrival of 4G later on this year will bring a significant change to the quality of mobile broadband services, writes Dick O'Brien.

3rd February, 2013
The arrival of 4G will involve a full network upgrade.

The mobile sector is enjoying a massive period of growth at the moment. The arrival of smartphones and, later, tablets has virtually transformed the landscape.

Consumers and businesses now have very portable devices that are highly suited to serving up mobile internet content and services. Needless to say, this is creating a greater demand for higher speed mobile broadband.

Late last year, the telecoms regulator ComReg auctioned off the latest round of mobile phone licences...

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