NextWave, Part II

Alleven, Monica
May 2007
Wireless Week;5/1/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
The article features NextWave Wireless, a company specializing in mobile broadband distribution. NextWave Wireless was known as NextWave Telecom during the 1990s but went bankrupt after failing to pay for personal communication systems licenses. It then sold its previous spectrum and pursued a different business model in the form of NextWave Wireless. The company has acquired several businesses to support its growth including PacketVideo, Cygnus Communication and GO Networks.


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