The Arena Intelligence Group Offers the ``Wireless Arena'' Online News Network for Sale.
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The Arena Intelligence Group, parent company of the popular "Wireless Arena" online news network, announced that in an effort to re-focus the company's resources on its original consulting routes, it is seeking an acquirer for its online news division, Wireless Arena (www.wirelessarena.com).
One of the top online destinations for wireless industry professionals, the Wireless Arena network of news sites includes the industry leading 802.11 Insider (www.80211insider.com), Mobile Messaging Monitor (www.messagingmonitor.com), mBusiness Today (www.mbusinesstoday.com), Bluetooth A wireless personal area network (WPAN) standard for short-range transmission of digital voice and data. Bluetooth is widely used for hands-free cellphone operation, including wireless headsets and connecting to Bluetooth-enabled automobiles that turn the car's audio system into a One (www.bluetoothone.com), 3G Headlines (www.3gheadlines.com), J2ME (Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition) A version of Java 2 for cellphones, PDAs and consumer appliances. J2ME uses the K Virtual Machine (KVM), a specialized Java interpreter for devices with limited memory. Source (www.j2mesource.com), Wireless FN (www.wirelessfn.com), Handheld handheld: see personal digital assistant. Strategies (www.handheldstrategies.com), Wireless BREW (Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless) An application development environment from Qualcomm for enhanced cellphone services (e-mail, games, etc.). BREW is directly supported in the CDMA chipsets from Qualcomm, and BREW-enabled applications work no matter (www.wirelessbrew.com), as well as Research Authority (www.researchauthority.com) - a research superstore su·per·store
A very large retail store that stocks highly diversified merchandise, such as groceries, toys, and camera equipment, or a wide variety of mechandise in a specific product line, such as computers or sporting goods. , and Wireless 3.0 (www.wireless3.com) one of most widely read industry newsletters with over 12,000 subscribers.
Collectively, the above properties comprising the Wireless Arena network, reach over 40,000 wireless industry professionals every month.
In addition to its leading news web sites, the Arena Intelligence Group is also offering for sale "Wireless Career" (www.wirelesscareer.com) an online career site for the wireless industry, and "Telecom Events" (www.telecomevents.com) an online events calendar. These two online services were originally scheduled to launch later this year.
"We believe our online properties will be a great addition to any online publishing company wanting to reach wireless professionals. We have a very loyal audience and it is hard for us to let go," said Ted Theologis, Managing Partner of the Arena Intelligence Group. "If we do not find the right successor we will simply have to restructure in order to accommodate the growth our online information services See Information Systems. have witnessed."
Serious inquiries by interested parties should be directed to Ted Theologis, at 703.356.2882 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Arena Intelligence Group (www.arenaintelligence.com)
The Arena Intelligence Group is a leading provider of research, consulting and business information services for the wireless industry. We provide in-depth in-depth
Detailed; thorough: an in-depth study.
detailed or thorough: an in-depth analysis
, unbiased information, research, insight and analysis of the fast paced wireless marketplace.
The Wireless Arena Network (www.wirelessarena.com) is one of the top online destinations providing industry professionals with news and information about the wireless marketplace.