Radio Technology Proliferation and Alternative Networks Can Damage Mobile and Cellular Industry

Impact examined in new seminar from Alexander Resources

DALLAS, Texas, March 7, 2007 - The deployment and operation of over 35 competing and incompatible mobile radio technologies, alternative networks and associated standards in the next three years is expected to weaken cellular industry service quality, economics and growth, according to research presented in a new seminar from research firm Alexander Resources.

The seminar, "Understanding Mobile and Cellular Networks, Technologies and Services", fully examines why and how the co-existence of new and different 3G, 4G, 802.20 and 802.16e, mobile TV technologies, networks and standards will reverse many of the economies of scale now enjoyed by developers, manufacturers, operators, carriers and end-users of mobile and cellular networks, phones, and services. It also examines why and how these changes can negatively affect profits, revenues and market share and diminish call quality, customer service, customer support, and delay purchase decisions.

This non-commercial, instructor led seminar is the first to provide a comprehensive and objective examination of these and other critical issues effecting the cellular and mobile industry. It also covers the fundamentals, differences and evolution of key mobile and cellular communications networks, technologies, standards, services, and spectrum.

Additional information on the "Understanding Mobile and Cellular Networks, Technologies and Services" seminar can be found at: or by contacting Alexander Resources at or calling us at 972-818-8225.

About Alexander Resources
Alexander Resources is a leading provider of strategic consulting, educational services, and research reports to the wireless communications industry. Founded in 1990, the company's clients include over 200 of the world's leading manufacturers and service providers of mobile communications networks, products, and services.

SOURCE: Alexander Resources
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