Editor's Corner


Back by popular demand, FierceWireless is once again hosting the industry's premiere event on wireless Voice over IP--wVoIP 2006. We'll be in San Francisco on November 7-8, 2006, and the agenda we've put together is not to be missed. You may have noticed that the call for papers is currently open, and we're extending the deadline to Monday, July 10 to give you all ample time to get your submissions in. Details are available here. The convergence of fixed and mobile technologies is pushing wVoIP to the forefront, revolutionizing wireless telephony. wVoIP 2006 will be the place to discover how to leverage this technology to reduce costs, increase market share and avoid the pitfalls often faced by early adopters. You won't want to miss this opportunity to network with the undisputed leaders of forward-thinking telecom, the pioneers of wVoIP and fixed-mobile convergence.

Please feel free to email me with any questions or suggestions for the event, and don't forget to visit www.wvoip.com for additional information, including the preliminary agenda. - Lynnette

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