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With dual-mode devices, operators can reduce upfront costs and gain flexibility as they migrate to LTE. A white paper compares the financial benefits for operators who move to LTE with and without dual-mode devices

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Cost per bit is a useful metric to capture costs associated with the delivery of data, and make comparison across technologies, operators, or markets. Yet cost per bit estimates cited as absolute values may be misleading or inaccurate.

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Mobile operators need to increase network capacity. What will bring the increase in capacity? Wi-Fi off-load, femtocells, small cells, policy, traffic optimization, or more macro base stations?

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The growth in data traffic is not uniform across the network, or across subscribers. Traffic caps may reduce traffic, but do not increase network efficiency which is what operators need

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Mobile operators manage traffic to minimize the impact of congestion and distribute network resources among its subscribers in a balanced way. What do they tell subscribers about how they manage traffic?

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Amazon has just announced that it now sells more Kindle digital books than paperbacks--to be precise 115 digital books to 100 paperbacks. "This is remarkable when you consider that we've been selling hardcover and paperback books for 15 years, and Kindle books for just 36 months," said Steve Kessel, senior vice president at Amazon. Indeed, Amazon's willingness to challenge its own business model and its relationship with it main suppliers--book publishers--and to do so successfully in face of increasing competition is quite unparalleled.

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Mobile operators are introducing traffic caps and active traffic management tools, but are they doing enough to enable subscribers to choose how to use their traffic allowances?

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During a recent trip to Japan, I talked extensively with UQ, a mobile WiMAX operators that 14 months after commercial launch boasts 65% of population coverage and over 330,000 subscribers. Their business model and approach to the market is quite innovative.

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These days all the attention in the US wireless industry seems to be on the growth of data traffic. And yet, despite all the growth, it is voice that US mobile subscribers seem to love more than most in the world--and comparatively consume the same if not less data.

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Just after the previous blog entry, T-Mobile announced that it will make UMA available on Android phones. Actually the press release does not mention UMA: the new name for the service Wi-Fi Calling, but it is still based on Kineto's UMA solution.

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