Wi-Fi offloading a major topic at MWC 2012

BARCELONA, SPAIN--Blending services on licensed and unlicensed spectrum is the hot, new wireless fashion trend for spring. Wi-Fi offloading initiatives running up to this year's Mobile World Congress are arriving from all corners, with vendors, operators and industry groups all hopping on the bandwagon. Many more announcements are likely all week long as mobile industry players jockey to make the most of Wi-Fi's benefits. Article

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