posted on June 29, 2010 16:26
I spend a lot of time talking to wireless operators and, in preparation for a webinar on Connected Planet sponsored by Motorola, I asked myself what are the features that makes a WISP successful. I do not think there is a single factor or a handful of them. What really sets successful WISPs is their ability to understand the market and their subscribers requirements, and choose the appropriate equipment, balancing innovation and simplicity. More on this topic on these slides.
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think there is a simple way to tell successful from unsuccessful WISPs? Or is there something WISPs should avoid doing?