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Ubiquity Through Mobility

Globally, according to 4G Americas and Informa Telecom and Media, there are now 6.4 billion wireless connections, a volume that represents 92 percent of the worlds population.

Cox Says R.I.P. to Wireless Service

Cox is dumping its 3G wireless service for a number of reasons, including the rapid development of its competitors’ 4G networks and the tough road getting access to some of the industry’s best-known devices.

Wanted: Business Mobility Strategies

An ever-mobile workforce, the consumerization of technology and resource-constrained IT departments are creating the perfect storm for channel partners to assist businesses in developing and implementing focused mobility plans.

Wireless Founding Father James Dwyer Dies

Dwyer was best known for starting early cellular systems in several top U.S. markets and working with colleagues and competitors to build a strong base for the young industry.

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