Siemens, makers of GSM switching hardware and, in conjunction with BenQ, GSM phones, is saying that CDMA is on its way out in North America. Ummmm... Right. According to the peeps over at Siemens, more carriers are looking to migrate to the standard GSM networks instead of using CDMA. With market share of CDMA declining more and more every year, companies are looking to GSM for an answer. Numbers may or may not lie, but Sprint and Verizon ain't going anywhere, that's for sure. In related news, Coke execs said that Pepsi causes massive cramping and Apple says that Spain is going PowerPC all the way, eschewing Intel completely.
Will U.S. carriers switch mobile standards? [News.com]