What does this mean? If you don't know the industry, the key point is that taking agonizingly long time to set standards stunts market development and can open you up nicely for disruption. In this case, the business models for the mobile industry has been so radically different in Japan and the rest of the world - and so have the outcomes (only Japanese firms have experienced major business success so far) - that it is in everyone's best interest to set global standards for technology and value chain issues like revenue shares.
This has taken far too long to happen - since 1998 basically - and so I think that the mobile industry is a ripe candidate to radically innovated against. Note that I mean here the reshaping of industry boundaries - so 3G is not an example of a disruptive innovation in this context. Something like wireless VOIP based on self-organizing networks is.