Building Wireless Into Construction

Mendez-Wilson, Deborah
September 2000
Wireless Week;09/04/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 36, p34
Trade Publication
Reports that IronSpire, a Tigard, Oregon-based Web provider, added a service to its portfolio that sends voice mail or spoken e-mail to construction workers armed with wireless phones. Benefits from Web-based and wireless solutions; Proprietary text-to-speech technology enabling the spoken e-mails; Other company providing mobile communication devices to construction industry.


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