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The Killer App For Wireless? Still Voice

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David H. Deans
03-22-2004
10:07 PM ET (US)
FYI, my latest column is a synopsis of insights I gleaned from attending the "Austin Mobility Roundtable" and SXSW "Wireless Future" conferences in Austin, Texas over the last few days. I also offer a cautionary note for wireless carrier executives heading to the CTIA show in Atlanta.

Austin, Texas: A wireless sector Mecca?
<http://telephonyonline.com/ar/telecom_austin_texas_wireless/>;

I've already received comments that question why you can't "own the customer." Here's a good text that expands upon the obvious.
<http://www.manyworlds.com/printReview.asp?objid=CO35041146849>;


David H. Deans
http://daviddeans.webhop.net
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David H. Deans
01-14-2004
05:46 PM ET (US)
WiMAX Forum More Than Doubles Membership with Addition of Major Operators, Infrastructure and Equipment Providers.

Source: WiMAX Forum press release
<http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/040114/145101_1.html>;

David H. Deans
http://daviddeans.webhop.net
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David H. Deans
11-04-2003
08:22 AM ET (US)
At first blush, anyone who might read this article could conclude that the future for wireless data applications are tenuous at best. In contrast, I look at this assessment and actually see vast opportunity -- especially the opportunity to place Austin at the center of a "beyond wireless access" movement, and as a pioneer thought-leader in the evolving "enterprise wireless data applications" arena.

I'm in the process of writing a column for Wireless Review magazine, on this very topic. More details to follow.

David H. Deans
http://daviddeans.webhop.net

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