Bluetooth’s Future? It’s Chips Ahoy!

    April 3, 2003

Bluetooth may be slow to hit the shelves, but behind the scenes, the technology is moving ahead rapidly. That’s the word from Frost & Sullivan, which in a report released this week painted a rosy picture for the future of the short-range wireless technology.

Although the “major advancements” came from small and medium-sized semiconductor developers, such as Ericsson Microelectronics and Cambridge Silicon Radio, the Frost & Sullivan report notes that larger companies, including Texas Instruments and Infineon, “are now beginning to have a major impact on the competitive environment.”

Click below to read this article at the website: is an independent, global company specific to the wireless industry and marketplace. is dedicated, through its online magazine and news service, to helping businesses stay up-to-date with the changes taking place in this dynamic industry. takes its name from the 10-meter “bubble” that represents the Personal Operating Space.

The founders of, Karen E. Peterson and Caroline Scarborough, are San Francisco Bay Area newspaper journalists with extensive experience in both print-based and Web publishing. Ms. Peterson and Ms. Scarborough recently co-founded Pacific Coast Women in Wireless, a community group that supports knowledge exchange. Information about upcoming meetings is posted at PC-WIW. All interested women and men are invited to join.