Summary:

According to a study from the Yankee Group, in the eyes of American business, the primary use of 4G is for telecommuter and remote worker access, with nearly half of companies planning to use it for that purpose within two years.

4G infographic

Consumers are a bit baffled by the term and not every expert is convinced that 4G services are all that much better than good, old 3G (plus, 4G is still years away for large parts of Europe), but whatever the average joes or pundits like the geeks who write for GigaOM say, business is moving forward and planning to make the most of the latest 4G services. How? A handy new connectivity survey from Yankee Group offers some insight, summarized nicely in this chart. The conclusion: In the eyes of American business, the primary use of 4G is for telecommuter and remote worker access, with nearly half of companies planning to use it for that purpose within two years.

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