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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to introduce the papers in the special issue on “Next generation mobile telecommunications networks challenges to the Nordic ICT industries”. Design/methodology/approach – This introductory paper summarises the key points of each paper. Findings – The...
Purpose – While the ICT industry as a whole is undergoing a potentially disruptive phase of development due to the convergence between information and telecom technologies and the rapid diffusion of internet‐related applications. Against this background the purpose of the paper is to analyse...
Purpose – The main purpose of this paper is to analyze which standard/technology will win the 3G mobile markets. In addition, two sub topics are examined. First, which kind of victory will it be – will one technological solution be all‐dominating or is co‐existence more likely? Second, which are...
Purpose – To analyse the evolution of the Swedish telecommunications sector (1970‐2003), with a focus on barriers and drivers of innovative activity. Design/methodology/approach – Developing a functional approach to innovation systems analysis, where six basic interdependent functions need to be...
Purpose – To analyse the past developments and future challenges of the Danish ICT industries with a focus on the mobile communications industry. Design/methodology/approach – Data on ICT employment and usage is analysed from an innovation system perspective in a case study of the Danish ICT...
Purpose – The purpose of this mainly conceptual paper is to analyze key changes in the institutional setting for standardization and to discuss what they indicate about further developments of the mobile sector. The intention is that this conceptual analysis will complement and contextualize the...
Purpose – Internet and GSM have become the dominant designs for information and communication technology (ICT) industries in the late 1990s. Internet protocol (IP) is the dominant standard for cost effective networking and new interactive broadband services. GSM (2G) is currently the dominant...
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