UPS lives on the bleeding edge of wireless

A few weeks ago, I did an audiocast interview with UPS' vice president of Package Operations and Application Portfolios Cathy Callagee. Callagee has been spearheading a complete rewrite of UPS' wireless strategy which now includes GPRS- and CDMA-based wireless wide area networks, Wi-Fi-based wireless local area networks, Global Positioning System (GPS), Bluetooth and a new custom-built wireless tablet that you'll soon see in the hands of your delivery person (if you haven't already seen it).

A few weeks ago, I did an audiocast interview with UPS' vice president of Package Operations and Application Portfolios Cathy Callagee. Callagee has been spearheading a complete rewrite of UPS' wireless strategy which now includes GPRS- and CDMA-based wireless wide area networks, Wi-Fi-based wireless local area networks, Global Positioning System (GPS), Bluetooth and a new custom-built wireless tablet that you'll soon see in the hands of your delivery person (if you haven't already seen it). According to Callagee, UPS is now in its fourth generation in terms of wireless strategies. So what's new? UPS went to the trouble of transcribing the interview. So, if you want the text version to help you out with your next wireless proposal, now you can get it from UPS' Web site.

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