Microsoft's Wireless Future

Gross, Paul
October 2000
Wireless Week;10/16/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 42, p93
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with Paul Gross, senior vice president of Microsoft Corporation's Mobility Group, regarding his company's role in the wireless Internet. Challenges confronting the company as the world becomes more wirelessly enabled; Strategy of Microsoft in managing deals and partnerships in place with mobile operators, handset manufacturers and others; Explanation of Microsoft's efforts on wirelessly enabling the enterprise.


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