Look Ma, No Wires
The trade news weekly for the past two years has been sending alert flares about the growth of wireless networking. This happening looks real, with only the whom, and when questions to be answered. We don't think it will grow at the rate the analysts say, but wireless is here to stay. Years ago, Direct PC was a poor excuse for Internet networking using a satellite to transmit down, but still needing a phone line to tell it what to send.
Well the Hughes/AOL trials of two-way satellite have been going well and we expect to see a nation wide rollout of this and it's competitors products in 2002.
Fixed wireless is the stealth technology that may put wireless on the map. This involves putting an antenna on your home or office, and transmitting to a fixed terrestrial point. Need more network speed? Just turn it on and pay for it.
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