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That for the next year or two anyways, that GSM will remain the embedded standard. And it may take even longer. The key to watch is when traffic volume and data capacity demand becomes so great that GSM operators experience pain. Sufficient pain to force them to switch the CDMA. At what point this will happen is not clear, but it appears that this point may be pushed out 3 to 5 years.



I agree with your premiss, however, 3-5 years is a LONG time when it comes to tech changes. Wireless demands I think will grow faster than any of us think.

Craig.
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