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3G infrastructure providers will face stiff competition from new entrants
Posted: 13-Dec-2000 [Source: Mformobile]

[The rush to 3G expected to produce high demand in a short time providing opportunity for new players.]

by Paul Golden -- "The development of third generation networks will represent a massive investment in terminals and infrastructure - more than $125 billion over the next seven years according to a recent study from the Strategis Group. With such a large volume of money to be made, the potential exists for an interesting battle between established and new vendors and analyst opinion is divided on the likely outcome.

"One of the major differences between GSM and UMTS is that third generation networks will emerge relatively quickly compared with their '2G' predecessors. This will create significant pressure on vendors such as Nokia, Motorola and Ericsson to fulfil multiple contracts within a short time and should enable other manufacturers to grab a decent slice of the action.

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