Thursday, November 15, 2007

Open standards could transform mobile Web

The Mobile Internet World conference heard calls from industry leaders for a dramatic shift from proprietary systems to open standards, in order to maximize the potential of mobile Internet. "Open source is a truly powerful development opportunity, and we will have to embrace it wholeheartedly," said Jack Dziak, senior vice president of corporate strategy at Sprint Nextel. "It's an opportunity to create a new economy and open the door to new growth for us and the industry."

Now we're talking my language
Next five years, this will be the state of play. Any service providers who aren't at this point, will fall behind.
That also means cheap and justified call rates!

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