Editor’s Corner—Check out our new e-learning platform, and dive into V2X

V2X is yet another industry topic that initially seems fairly straightforward but is in fact a dense issue that stretches across a range of business opportunities, technologies and market segments. (Getty/chombosan)
Mike Dano

The wireless industry can be complex, to say the least. From TD-LTE to IMS, it has a lot of multifaceted technologies, techniques and business models—and enough acronyms to keep you on Google for days.

That’s why we’ve created a new e-learning platform here at Fierce with the goal of shining some light on the kinds of topics that go beyond a simple visit to FierceWireless, Wikipedia or 3GPP.

Our first course in this new platform tackles V2X, which as you might have guessed is yet another acronym that initially seems fairly straightforward but is in fact a dense issue that stretches across a range of business opportunities, technologies and market segments. Rather than making you plow through thousands of words on this topic in order to understand it, our new e-learning courses break V2X into a series of short videos, images, slideshows and stories that are specifically designed to bring you up to speed in the easiest and quickest way possible.

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I encourage you to check out our first V2X e-learning course here.

And please let me know what you think of this course. We’re planning to create more e-learning courses around other complex topics. These offerings are intended to supplement our award-winning news coverage, live events, videos, contributed content and opinion columns with even more ways to help you navigate this complex industry. — Mike | @mikeddano

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