This is the year wireless takes off. Are you along for the ride or letting your competitors get off to a huge start?
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Bruce Sanguinetti's job doesn't stop when he walks out his office door. It doesn't stop when he leaves his office building in Palo Alto, California, either. Train stations, restaurants and airports all represent wireless opportunities to flip open his notebook computer, hook into the company network and take care of business.
As the CEO and president of Wi-Fi chipset-maker Bermai and a veteran of four wireless start-ups, Sanguinetti may be a wireless step or two ahead of many entrepreneurs, but the path he travels is becoming both wide and well-paved.
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