Date Added: May 2013
While a handful of countries have had commercial 4G LTE networks up and running for several years, for most of the world, fourth-generation mobile services are still a relatively new phenomena. And, thanks to the vagaries of spectrum auctions, geographically there's not much in the way of consistency.
The importance of the growth of 4G, particularly for business users, is the support that it offers for bandwidth-hungry applications: as more and more businesses shift to cloud services delivered remotely, having a mobile connection able to cope becomes an increasing possibility.
This latest Tech Roundup from ZDNet and TechRepublic examines the 4G LTE landscape across Europe, Australia and the Nordics to see how fourth-generation services are measuring up.