WAC's Peters Suh talks about streamlining mobile app development

WAC CEO Peters SuhIt has been a little more than 10 months since the Wholesale Applications Community burst onto the scene at Mobile World Congress, promising to streamline mobile application development. The ultimate goal of the group is to ensure wireless operators get a cut of the revenues generated by the sale of applications to mobile users. Since then, WAC has announced a business model, joined forces with the Joint Innovation Lab and grown to 57 members. FierceWireless Associate Editor Phil Goldstein recently spoke with WAC CEO Peters Suh, who dished on the progress WAC has made to date, the firm's business model, its plans for the upcoming Mobile World Congress trade show and the possibility of working with the likes of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Google (NASDAQ:GOOG). Hot Seat

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