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6 Overall

6 Applicability

7 Innovation

5 Style

Recommendation

This short analysis of the global wireless technology market is probably the most thorough book of its type. Authors Chetan Sharma and Yasuhisa Nakamura diligently track the development of the most important wireless technologies and standards, sketch the anatomy of the value chain and make some informed judgments about the future direction of various wireless industry segments. They also examine the social and cultural influence of wireless. The book is refreshingly free of the hype and hucksterism that characterizes so many books about the business of technology. However, some readers will find its relentless focus and its scrupulously neutral prose hard to take in any but small doses. getAbstract highly recommends this book to anyone in the wireless industry whose job demands an understanding of the field’s broader business and technological context. The lengthy list of industry abbreviations and acronyms is a particularly valuable feature.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How the global wireless industry and market are developing worldwide; and
  • How competing technologies and varied social factors shape regional wireless telecommunications markets.
 

About the Authors

Chetan Sharma is an expert on the strategy and implementation of wireless Internet and pervasive computing ideas and solutions. He is the author of Wireless Internet Enterprise Applications and the co-author of VoiceXML: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Voice Application Development. Yasuhisa Nakamura is a specialist in wireless telecommunications. He has more than 50 patents awarded or pending.

 

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