HSDPA marketing executive predicts HSDPA will triumph

We’ve commented on comparisons between HSDPA / 3G and Wi-Fi before in “WiFi loses out to 3G/HSDPA. Not Quite.” and don’t want to repeat the content here. Most of it is relevant to statements presented in recent articles that we believe would best have been entitled HSDPA marketing executive predicts HSDPA will

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The articles in question are Ericsson predicts demise for hotspots and Ericsson predicts swift end for Wi-Fi hotspots. Commentary on Slashdot and the following blog on CNET News.com present a number of counter arguments in particular this one which points out that

Ericsson are a dealer in mobile internet devices. It is in their interest for people to move to mobile internet devices as people who buy mobile internet devices might by an Ericsson one. Ericsson don’t do wifi hotspots, so there is no way using wifi hotspots puts money from your wallet into Ericsson’s pocket. This displeases Ericsson, so they will now crow from the rooftops that wifi hotspots are dead, in a bid to drum up business for their absurdly-tariffed mobile internet devices.

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3 Responses to “HSDPA marketing executive predicts HSDPA will triumph”

  1. look as much as Ericsson believes that mobile broadband is the next big hit, it may only hold true for the industrialized/developed countries because they already matured their broadband technology strategy but for South Africa or Africa for that matter, this is the next best technology coming our way. I mean currently most of the population here in SA still uses the Phone line technology so it will be long before we even consider upgrading to the next best technology available.

    People currently want to use what they know. Speaking of which, last night i tried to connect to the Redbutton wireless network, i was thrilled by the way but only got disappointed when i could not get through to the internet after trying google. When i connected it displayed “wait while connecting” and after that it was connected without prompting for the code that our complex received for trial. what could be the problem there? settings? please assist.

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