The World’s Tallest Mountain Has Gone 3G

Intro in fact, full article;o) : Climbers of Mount Everest spent the past 24 hours updating Facebook statuses, after Nepal’s first-ever 3G connection was switched on yesterday at the base camp. The first use of the service? Making the world’s highest video call.

My Take: this relates to the Hyperconnectivity trend I highlight in DiCoDE – the future. It’s not only all about speed (LTE, WiMax…) but also about coverage. Hyperconnectivity relies to anytime, anywhere. So we’ll include Everest Mountain to the covered spots list!

Link: http://gizmodo.com/5676300/the-worlds-tallest-mountain-has-gone-3g

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One Response to The World’s Tallest Mountain Has Gone 3G

  1. Legalsounds says:

    I know this is really boring and you are skipping to the next comment, but I just wanted to throw you a big thanks – you cleared up some things for me!

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