There was some cold reality dished out about LTE at the 4G World show in Chicago this week, with AT&T backpedaling on its planned delivery dates and other big providers like Australia’s Telstra talking about sticking with 3G HSPA-flavored schemes for the next several years.
In the quick video take below Dan Jones from Unstrung and I recapped our views on the show, and we were even polite enough not to publicly yell at Clearwire’s Barry West to ask him where that Chicago WiMAX network was, anyway:
More 4G World Reporting:
Dan takes a look at how Samsung is trying to stay ahead of the 4G device curve.
Telephony’s Sarah Reedy catches up with Cisco’s Kittur Nagesh, who has been spreading the wisdom about new service-provider business models that focus on end-user application wants and needs. You may also want to check out the new Cisco 4G-flavor community site and join the conversation there.
We’ll have more news and thoughts about what we heard and saw at the show, but for now we’ll close with a thanks to Berge Ayvazian at Yankee Group and the gang at Trendsmedia for a well-orchestrated and interesting event.