According to world-wide networking leader Cisco, and venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), global mobile traffic is estimated to increase approximately 26 times over the next three to four years. With that amount of communication interchange, the United States will need more spectrum for mobile broadband.
According to a recent article by CNN: “…[Spectrum] shortage is global, but most acute in the United States—where there is a huge base of connected users. This country serves more than twice as many customers per megahertz of spectrum as Japan and Mexico, the next nearest spectrum-constrained nations.”
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