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Even then, says Forrester Research analyst Mark Zohar, 3G wireless technologies are unlikely to replace wired business networks.
Insurance companies are using the Internet and wireless technologies to arm their sales forces with tools to better serve clients.
A major factor favoring greater deployment of wireless technologies in manufacturing is the ability of wireless applications to enable new and better ways of operating manufacturing plants, and process manufacturing stands to feel the greatest impact.
11n spec in 2006, which will increase bandwidth and performance of Wi-Fi solutions, thus making them more competitive with new and established broadband wireless technologies.
It considers the impact that Bluetooth has had on these systems and examines the potential need for Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies in the car.
There is too much automotive focus on longterm wireless technologies that have yet to emerge into the market and currently have no clear commercially viable applications.
NASDAQ:PCTI), a leader in simplifying broadband mobility, announced today that it has acquired all of the shares of Sigma Wireless Technologies Limited (SWT) from the Sigma Communications Group Limited, one of Ireland's leading telecommunications and mobile companies.
Several new short-range wireless technologies are now vying for widespread incorporation into mobile phones.
If you are interested in an analysis that provides manufacturers, end users, and other industry participants with an overview, the summary, challenges, and the latest coverage of Emerging Wireless Technologies for Healthcare Applications, please send an e-mail to Danielle White, Corporate Communications, at dwhite@frost.

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