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2 responses to “Qualcomm Abandons UMB, Future of CDMA Ended”

  1. UMB now officially dead, Long live LTE! | Heder 3G 4G - Mobile Phone Technology News

    […] said. Jacobs said the company was putting resources into LTE technology instead. The company that created CDMA techology, meant for UMB to be CDMA’s 4G play. The company had high hopes for squeezing out WiMAX, positioning UMB to compete directly against […]

  2. UMB now officially dead, Long live LTE! | Escort Multimedia - Computers Mobile Phones 3G Technology

    […] said. Jacobs said the company was putting resources into LTE technology instead. The company that created CDMA techology, meant for UMB to be CDMA’s 4G play. The company had high hopes for squeezing out WiMAX, positioning UMB to compete directly against […]