Bluetooth's Growth Beginning to Reach Maturity

September 2008
Portable Design;Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p15
The article focuses on the research finding on the flow of economic growth for bluetooth in the U.S. market. In-Stat Inc. discloses that the economic behavior for bluetooth begins to reach maturity, considering that its growth rates did not match it previous rates. In-Stat further regards on the need for the industry to introduce new standards to keep its revenue strong. Additional results of the research are posted.


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