Posts Tagged ‘Industry Insider’
Kim Bassett, executive director of The Wireless Foundation, talks about the importance of the Foundation’s annual Achievement Awards event, wireless safety and the Foundation’s safety initiatives.
Whether it’s looking to avoid traffic on the way to work or being more aware of your car’s mechanical needs, wireless is playing a new role inside motor vehicles. TeleCommunication Systems, Inc. Senior VP/SMO, Tim Lorello, talks about mobile technology and how it can improve our life behind-the-wheel.
What does the intersection of wireless and smart grid mean to our future energy needs and consumption? Accenture’s Senior Manager and Co-Lead Vaibhav Parmar looks at the way wireless can provide energy in the future.
By 2020, it is estimated that 50 billion devices will connect to a mobile cloud. Ericsson’s Vice President of Strategy and Market Development Arpit Joshipura, tells us about the different phases of mobile cloud computing and the positive impact it can have on businesses of all sizes.
The world of wireless continues to grow despite a lagging economy. CTIA’s CEO and President Steve Largent talks about the wireless industry and CTIA’s efforts in 2010, as well as what the association looks forward to in 2011.
What do all of the developments in m-Health actually mean for end-users? What kind of benefits are going to be provided by innovation and new technology in the m-Health space? Meridian Health’s Director of Consumer Technology and Service Development Sandra Elliott discusses the bottom-line impacts.
Natural and man-made disasters can cause serious communications disruptions, but the U.S. wireless industry is constantly preparing and planning to cope with such challenges. CTIA Regulatory Affairs Director Brian Josef discusses carriers’ extensive business continuity and recovery plans.
In this month’s Industry Insider, CTIA spoke with the NARUC Telecommunications Committee Chair and New York Public Services Commissioner Maureen Harris to discuss the appropriate role of state regulators in wireless issues.