Wireless is where it's at, according to a new study, which expects the U.S. market to be worth some $117 billion by 2002. Domestic and international companies alike are heeding that cash call, as seen by the recent multibillion-dollar merger between Britain's Vodafone and AirTouch Communications. Adopting a global wireless standard, however, may be the toughest task yet for the up-and-coming industry.
Wireless market bracing for boom
The U.S. corporate wireless communications market is expected triple over the next four years, driven by increased demand among medium-sized businesses, according to a new study.
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