It all depends how you look at it. Now we have a 3G revolution of CDMA iPhone access, something we didn’t worry about a few years ago. There is talk of 4G and beyond. This is pretty slick already and the tech is based on CDMA
We have EVDO, GSM, WCDMA, UMTS/HSDPA, and even VOIP.
To me the answer is this:
Where-ever the industry apply their money is where we will see significant increase in technology. I think it’s safe to say that the 3G CDMA networks opened a door for possiblilities in the CDMA technology field. With the “success” of the iPhone, and 3G networks in general, I think CDMA will be commonplace for quite some time.