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Cisco: The Future of the Mobile Internet

Here’s an interesting view from Cisco about the consequences of 4G wireless access - just as important as higher bandwidth will be that the 4G networks are all-IP, and that the great driver of traffic will be video, as Cisco’s Simon Aspinall pointed out at the last Telco 2.0 event.

We will, of course, be discussing the problems of online video distribution at our next event, in Nice on the 6th-7th of May,

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Hello, and thank you for the thoughtful mention of our latest series of videos, on the topic of IP's instrumental role in enabling and optimizing 4G networks.

BTW, I personally wasn't able to attend the last Brainstorm session in London, and so it was helpful to playback the video of Simon's presentation -- and the other thought provoking commentaries that were presented.

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