Behind The Scenes At NEC

Albright, Peggy
June 2001
Wireless Week;06/18/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that NEC Business Network Solutions Inc. is focusing on wireless communication systems market in the United States. Business model of the company; Prediction for its wireless market sales; Role in the wireless local area network project of MobileStar Network Corp. for Starbucks.


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