| Success in New
2.5G and 3G Wireless Networks Analyzed by Alexander Resources
DALLAS, Texas, July 23 -- With success in 2.5G and 3G wireless networks and services more uncertain than ever, Alexander Resources, a leading research, consulting and education firm specializing in wireless communications, has found that the need for a definitive, comprehensive and objective assessment of next generation wireless standards, spectrum, technologies, networks, services, terminals and market opportunities is more important than ever.
To address this need and to insure wireless carriers, manufacturers and content providers understand the critical problems and what it takes to succeed in 2.5G and 3G wireless, Alexander Resources has developed a new educational seminar: "2.5G and 3G Wireless 2002: Putting the Pieces Together".
The seminar addresses the most critical issues and questions facing the wireless communications industry:
> How new high speed specialized wireless networks threaten 3G and 2.5G systems.
> Why 3G wireless and mobile internet must change focus to succeed.
> How spectrum, standards and services choices challenge success in 3G wireless and the mobile internet.
> Which next generation wireless services and applications can deliver on their promises and succeed in the marketplace.
> When sufficient spectrum will be available for next generation wireless services.
> The impact of next generation mobile terminal solutions on 2.5G and 3G market acceptance.
> How broad the market acceptance of 2.5G and 3G services will be.
> Which carriers are best positioned to succeed in 2.5G and 3G.
The seminar will be held in Dallas, TX on Sept. 9 & 10, 2002, in Washington, DC on Oct. 28 & 29, 2002 and in Phoenix, AZ on Dec. 9 & 10, 2002. Attendees include senior level executives and managers with responsibilities for business, strategic, product, and market planning from: Wireless carriers, Portals and content providers, Terminal and infrastructure manufacturers, Software and application developers.
Additional information on the seminar can be found at http://www.AlexanderResources.com/3G/index.html or by contacting Alexander Resources at 3G_Seminar@AlexanderResources.com or calling 972-818-8225.
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