Since the beginning of this millennium, there has been an unprecedented growth in broadband wireless networks. This can be attributed to high demand for wireless multimedia services such as data, voice, video, and the development of new wireless standards. The growth of wireless broadband networks is expected to gradually outpace landline communications because advancements in these technologies have continued to enable higher broadband speeds. This paper explores broadband fixed wireless and broadband mobile technologies. The characteristics of these technologies are examined. This paper also explores the relative strengths and weaknesses of each of the technologies as well as their relationship to each other.
Mobile and wireless telephony and high speed data communications have tremendously enhanced the way business is conducted since the new millennium. The technology allows employees, partners, and customers to access corporate data from almost anywhere and anytime.
The need for universal data access, combined with increased worker productivity and effectiveness is driving the demand for enterprise mobile applications. The growth of wireless broadband networks is expected to gradually outpace landline communications as advancements in these technologies are enabling higher broadband speeds.
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