Take a look at the top wireless technologies in 2013

New technologies come and go in the wireless industry. Some grab our imaginations, and some of those even prosper and become wildly popular, creating entirely new paradigms for wireless companies. The FierceWireless team has taken a look at what might be considered the top new technologies for 2013, addressing which companies are interested in them as well as analyzing exactly what benefits these technologies might bring to the industry as a whole. Hotspot 2.0, carrier aggregation and 802.11ac made the list, as did a number of other industry efforts. Admittedly the list is far from exhaustive, but it does take an intriguing look into the wireless industry's crystal ball to see which technologies will have a measurable impact on the wireless industry's future. Special feature



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