Spectrum, Standards and Services Choices Challenge Success in 3G Wireless and the Wireless Internet According to Alexander Resources

DALLAS, Texas, December 5

According to Alexander Resources, a leading research, consulting and education firm specializing in wireless communications, the wide variety of spectrum, standards, and services choices available and proposed for 3G wireless and the Wireless Internet will greatly complicate planning for companies seeking to capture opportunities in these markets. Based on the current telecommunications environment, Alexander Resources does not believe that any significant coalescing within spectrum, standards, and services choices will occur.

Therefore to succeed in 3G Wireless and the Wireless Internet markets, wireless manufactures, carriers, portals, and service providers must carefully match wireless technologies, terminals, services, standards and spectrum to the opportunities they want to capture. To accomplish this they will need an unbiased assessment of how these elements relate to and impact one another. They will also need to understand how these elements will effect their market position, plans and current lines of business.

To address these needs Alexander Resources has introduced two new business seminars focused on 3G Wireless and the Wireless Internet.

The "Making Money in the U.S. Wireless Internet Market" seminar is the only business seminar to address the hurdles, opportunities, strategies and tactics to maximizing profits and revenues in the U.S. Wireless Internet market.

The "3G Wireless: Promises and Realities" seminar is the only seminar to provide a critical and objective examination of third generation wireless networks and services in the context of market, customer and political realities.

Additional information can be obtained from Alexander Resources at 972-818-8225, on the web at www.AlexanderResources.com or by e-mail at seminars@AlexanderResources.com.

About Alexander Resources

Since 1990 Alexander Resources' educational seminars, conferences, research reports and consulting services have enabled a wide variety of telecommunications manufacturers, carriers and service providers to identify, understand and capture emerging opportunities in wireless communications.

SOURCE Alexander Resources

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/CONTACT: Jerry Kaufman of Alexander Resources, 972-818-8225, JKaufman@AlexanderResources.com

/Web site: http://www.AlexanderResources.com

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