$46 billion in fixed-mobile convergence by 2010?

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Graph upDespite reports that UMA adoption rates are low, there’s still big bucks to be had, as a recent study by Infonetics Research is claiming that there will be $46 billion in the fixed-mobile convergence market by 2010. Beyond UMA handsets like the BlackBerry 8820, this market includes the network controllers the facilitate the Wi-Fi voice handoff, and residential gateways (like Hotspot@Home). The report is also forecasting a jump from 188,000 FMC subscribers in 2006 to 38.2 million in 2010. We can certainly expect the 8820 to be accounting for a decent chunk of that as it gains steam.

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    Its amazing to know that the fixed mobile convergence is expected to reach upto $46 billion by 2010. Its a great news for mobile companies for they will try to launch new technology so that the user could enjoy the better network.
    Thank for the nice information.

  • http://www.accuris-networks.com fixed mobile convergence

    Its amazing to know that the fixed mobile convergence is expected to reach upto $46 billion by 2010. Its a great news for mobile companies for they will try to launch new technology so that the user could enjoy the better network.
    Thank for the nice information.