IBM: Wireless Will Be First

Albright, Peggy
April 2000
Wireless Week;04/17/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 16, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the preparation of IBM for pervasive computing, which enables devices like refrigerators and cars to link to computer networks. Development of partnerships, technologies and infrastructure platforms; Wireless Internet as the first technology to make pervasive computing a reality; Clarification about the strategy of IBM.


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