LBS: Lots of Road Left

April 2008
Wireless Week;4/2/2008 Supplement, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
The article forecasts on the performance of commercial location-based services (LBS)in the U.S. Subscriber penetration rates for navigation and other services are still low enough to leave plenty of room for growth. Networks In Motion (NIM) led the LBS industry in the U.S. with 57% share of revenue from the top four U.S. carriers. TCS also has enhanced its Short Messaging Service Center solution for carriers to deliver next-generation, location-based messaging services.


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