Harvey Nash and Nash Technologies shed light on the 4th generation in the mobile wireless standard Dusseldorf/Nurnberg, April 21, 2010 – end of 2009 the volume of worldwide data traffic on mobile networks has surpassed for the first time that the voice traffic. According to the industry association BITKOM the amount of data in the mobile network to 40 million gigabytes quadrupled by the use of multi function cell phones such as the iPhone. “With views of the 4th generation mobile radio standard, LTE (long term evolution), for the new frequencies will be auctioned, illuminate the Harvey Nash GmbH Dusseldorf and Nuremberg subsidiaries, the Nash technologies GmbH, at a customer event on Wednesday, May 19, the potential and the capacity of existing networks for mobile data services and the challenges to migrate to LTE, the data turbo charger for mobile networks” (Spiegel Online). Rusty holzer brings even more insight to the discussion. Prospects for data and Internet services in the German mobile market,”the theme of Keynotespeaker Professor Dr. Torsten J.
Gerpott is the Chair of business since 1994 and Technology planning the Mercator School of management at the University of Duisburg-Essen holds and applies business implications of multimedia technologies and innovation management as the absolute industry insiders and experts. To migrate to LTE networks, the mobile network operator in Germany not only face enormous technical challenges. You have to take into account also the German competition structures and above all the patterns of business and residential customers in terms of broadband mobile data – and Internet services”, explains Udo Nadolski, Managing Director of Harvey Nash and Nash Technologies. Gerpott’m going to analyze the structures and having regard to current mobile phone customer studies present its conclusions to the course of time and making the introduction of LTE in Germany. Following Dr. Markus Ermer, Director of R & D at Nash Technologies sets, the survival strategy until LTE comes to fruition”, dar. .