The rising wireless stars of 2010

Sue MarekWho are the wireless leaders of tomorrow? That's a tough question, particularly in today's economic climate. It takes a smart and savvy risk-taker to make his or her company's wireless services and products stand apart in this increasingly crowded space. Whether these rising stars are tasked with turning around a struggling company, launching a highly anticipated new wireless technology, or heading up a new business unit, we think the five people we selected have what it takes to make the tough decisions in the coming year. And we think that their companies and the products that they oversee are poised to have a long-lasting impact on the entire wireless industry.

Check out our selections for the rising stars to watch in 2010:

Also, make sure to check out our 2009 rising stars, and see how they fared into 2010.

As always, your feedback is encouraged and appreciated. Please keep in mind that FierceWireless is primarily a U.S.-based news source, so our picks for the 2010 rising stars of the wireless industry are selected because their positions, products and companies have an impact on the U.S. wireless industry. --Sue

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