SPOTLIGHT: Utilities and Mobile Data

Utilities are on the forefront of wireless adoption. While many other industries use wireless in a handful of applications, a typical utility relies on the technology to meet an array of needs, ranging from remote meter reading and field worker communication to tracking inventory and testing equipment. That's why a growing number of wireless vendors are targeting the utilities industry with cutting edge products and services. Article

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