China may be the biggest nation in the world with enormous technical potential, but it's in danger of being lapped in the telecom innovation race.
So says Robert Clark, Light Reading's Hong Kong-based contributing editor in a blog published Friday.
He points out how China's approach to mobile services and applications competition is stuck firmly in the past, while innovators elsewhere explore the potential that communications networks, the cloud, and open applications development platforms can deliver.
For more, see Telecom innovation: China is not even in the race.
— Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading