With so many mobile devices entering the market, from hand phones to laptops and now, iPads and Kindles, it is no wonder that more and more people are jumping on board the mobile bandwagon. However, are today's mobile networks designed to serve and connect a fast expanding number of users? It makes sense that when too many users enter a network, that network will become congested and connectivity will be compromised – or will it? According to SMU information systems assistant professor Kyriakos Mouratidis, "spatial optimisation" of existing connection points within a network may break new grounds in enhancing the mobile experience.
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