InnerWireless Targets High-Traffic Areas

Marek, Sue
September 2002
Wireless Week;9/30/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 35, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that InnerWireless will outfit the Rockefeller Center Concourse, one of the highest traffic commuter thoroughfares in Manhattan, New York City, with its technology called InnerMobile, which is based upon a coaxial cable system and can support multiple carriers. Technologies which InnerMobile is compatible with; Presentation strategy of InnerWireless regarding the business case for their product; Amount raised by the company from venture capitalists, for the project.


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