Introducing the Fierce 15 mobile startups for 2012

fierce 15The pace of mobile industry innovation continues to astound, and investors are taking notice. Venture capitalists came out in full force during 2011 to invest a total of $6.3 billion in mobile-focused companies, according to Rutberg & Co. That's just slightly less than the high of $6.4 billion that VC firms delivered to mobile in 2006, the biggest year of VC investments in mobile in the past decade. Which companies are capturing investor attention? Every year FierceWireless identifies the best and the brightest--the Fierce 15 startups of 2012. Check out the firms that we think will be success stories in the years ahead:
--AetherPal
--BLiNQ Networks
--Color
--E-Band Communications
--ExteNet Systems
--FreedomPop
--Kwarter
--Liquipel
--Locaid
--Metaio
--Movik
--Onavo Mobile
--ParcelGenie
--Sidecar
--Viddy

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