Wireless telephony company promises revelation in February

December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/13/2006, Issue 2269, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that Xg Technology has declared that it will prove the worth of its wireless telephony technology in the field in February 2007. Xg said that if it explains in advance how it works, larger firms would appropriate it. Rick Mooers, founder, chairman and chief executive of Xg, said that they will have the fastest wireless roll-out in U.S. history in 2007.


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