The History of WIreless Press Release
The History of Wireless Reveals How Creative Scientists, Inventors and Entrepreneurs Built and Energized the Mass Market for Wireless
Author Ira Brodsky's Comprehensive New Book Contains a Treasure Trove of Timely and Practical Insights
ST. LOUIS - February 5, 2008 - In this age of effortless wireless global communications, an intriguing question emerges: From where did this mega-trend of ubiquitous wireless products and services come? Published by Telescope Books, The History of Wireless: How Creative Minds Produced Technology for the Masses describes for the first time the amazing journey of innovative thinkers and entrepreneurs, from early hard-won scientific breakthroughs, to the invention of cellular telephones, to emerging technologies and the industries that are being born around them.
"The story of how we got to where we are today is packed with the passion and excitement of scientific discovery, and is a wellspring of ideas and insights that will help lead the way to tomorrow's technology and business successes," said author Ira Brodsky. "The biggest battles--creating new markets, setting new technology standards and inventing new business models--have always been won by people with greater vision, courage and determination."
The History of Wireless tells the chronological story of how scientific discoveries and leading-edge communication innovations were transformed into today's mobile phones, wireless LANs and high-definition television. The 250-page trade paperback book provides many thought-provoking examples of how creative people achieved success, often by doing what others said could not be done:
The History of Wireless shows how innovators exploit preparedness and luck, persistence and other peoples' false assumptions. The book also presents examples of how creative businesspeople leverage "just good enough" technology; know when to lease rather than sell ideas and equipment; and determine when and how to take risks.
The History of Wireless: How Creative Minds Produced Technology for the Masses, retails for $17.95, and is available directly from Telescope Books as well as booksellers worldwide.
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