|<<>Will CDMA succeed in Los Angeles [at last]?|
How is CDMA going in Hong Kong, Korea, Trenton? Do people like it?
Will China be the biggest CDMA market?
What technical developments are going on?
Has Nextwave Telecom bid too much in PCS spectrum auctions?
Will notebook computers with built in CDMA phone take the world by storm?
Will you get rich from CDMA and Qualcomm?
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Yes, CDMA took over Los Angeles
CDMA is going extremely well in Hong Kong, Korea, Trenton. Yes, people like it very very much.
Yes, China is the biggest CDMA market now.
Everyone is working on CDMA and OFDM [LTE] and thousands of other developments from femtocells to software.
Nextwave Telecom did not bid too much for PCS spectrum and did very well from the auction despite the bankruptcy and Supreme Court/FCC battles.
Notebook computers with built in CDMA are now swamping networks around the world and are a vast cultural shift. iPads, iPhones, HTC Desire, Blackberries, and any number of such devices are selling by the $billion.
Swarms of people have got rich from CDMA and Qualcomm too. Apple is now a $300 billion company thanks to CDMA. There is well over $1 trillion in value in the CDMA realm with LTE technology about to boost that further. Qualcomm's $100 billion has made a lot of people wealthy compared with the original $200 million in 1995.
Meanwhile, the fun has just begun.
Eudora was a great opportunity but unfortunately was not developed well.
Globalstar is now into the launch of the second constellation and might yet develop a good marketing idea and succeed.