So long and thanks for all the news

Brian DolanThree years ago I read my first wireless industry white paper, Why Max?, which Qualcomm's marketing department put out. The paper is still a classic in my book--one that captured the spirit of heated debate over the technology's capabilities--the kind of spirited debate that keeps this industry so interesting day-after-day. On this, my last day as editor of FierceWireless, I'd like to thank our readers, the wireless executives who continue to fuel that fire.

FierceWireless will keep on keeping on, of course, in the very capable hands of our Editor-In-Chief Sue Marek and Senior Editor Lynnette Luna. It has been a pleasure working with them and an honor serving as your editor. See you at the tradeshows. -Brian

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