The Korea Times writes:
South Korea plans to construct a “mobile paradise,” a special district next year, where people will be able to enjoy a seamless service from the world’s latest wireless technologies.
The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) Wednesday revealed the grandiose scheme, dubbed the M1 (Mobile No. 1) project, as part of its annual business plan.
Included in the available techniques will be all mobile broadcasting systems like DVB-H developed by Nokia, Qualcomm’s MediaFlo and the home-grown digital multimedia broadcasting.
In addition, citizens there will be free to use every next-generation telecom platform such as time division-synchronous code division multiple access (TD-SCDMA), WiBro and a global system for mobile communications (GSM).