3G - The revolution waiting in the wings

The telecoms giants have spent billions of pounds on getting pieces of paper from the government, Tony Blair has taken time off...

The telecoms giants have spent billions of pounds on getting pieces of paper from the government, Tony Blair has taken time off from running the world to enthuse people with the possibilities, and the boffins have been beavering away like good 'uns.

So where is it? Where's 3G, how long will it take to get here, how will it change business when it arrives, what can you do to prepare for it and what are your best options to solve the communications challenges you face today?

The answers are here in this CW360.com Special Report on 3G technologies:

Why are we waiting for 3G?
How the leading telecoms operators are resolving the technical hang-ups, with a look at global developments, the services planned for the UK, and what the best options are while you're waiting
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Speak up for services on the Web
Speech recognition technology is getting cleverer by the day and could prove ideal for tomorrow's interface with the Internet
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3G or not 3G?
The telcos' much promised 3G infrastructures will bring with them a host of challenges, not least of which is back-end application integration
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Logistics: The long road to 3G
Mobile computing and telemetry are well suited to transport and logistics, so will the sector keep on trucking or embrace the new age of 3G?
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What's to hand for high-speed link-ups?
While we wait for 3G, a number of technologies and services are now available allowing users to connect at relatively high speeds to the Internet
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