Raking in the cash: Top IPO candidates of 2012 and beyond

ipoCompanies in the mobile arena have collectively raised billions of dollars via initial public offerings of stock, and numerous IPO-wannabees, such as Millennial Media and Facebook, are gearing up to follow in the footsteps of publicly traded industry players such as Zynga and Google. But going public doesn't suit every company, and some IPO plans never come to fruition. So, which companies in the mobile industry will successfully launch IPOs this year? Check out this special report on the companies most likely to go public in 2012.

Suggested Articles

Skeptics say the risk of a network outage is too high to make 5G remote surgery possible but 5G experts say it’s not as farfetched as it sounds.

Celona is jumping head first into the CBRS arena, targeting enterprises that want a private LTE or 5G network.

One of the players in CBRS that hasn’t been making a lot of noise about its role as a SAS provider—until now—is Amdocs, which once was known for its wireless…