Editor's Corner

Tomorrow I will moderate a panel at the WCA show here in Washington, DC. The session, entitled "Should City-Funded, WiFi Consumer Networks Be Boosted or Banned?," is scheduled for 3:15pm. In this panel, the speakers and I will step into this year's biggest issue for the wireless industry. Our panelists include Dinah Neff, CIO of the City of Philadelphia; Ron Sege of Tropos Networks; Robert Griffen of Verizon Wireless; and Dr. Thomas Lenard of the Progress and Freedom Foundation. I expect tomorrow's panel to be excited and full of heated debate. If you're at this year's WCA show, I hope to see you tomorrow. - Stephen


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