Commerce to promote wireless technology

The Commerce Department this week launched an initiative bringing together

federal and private-sector communications managers to discuss the latest

in wireless technology.

Through a series of meetings under the new Wireless Innovations in Communications

Initiative, federal representatives will outline their communications requirements

and vendors will identify what wireless innovations and new spectrum management

approaches are available for agencies to use.

The effort will expose agencies to the latest technology and allow the administration

to promote new products and services. The program will review various wireless

technology including mobile technologies, radars, navigation technologies

and satellites.

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