Saylor: U.S. Wireless Global Impact

CTIA_TWA_K_BIGNever stand in line again. The virtual end to credit card fraud. Free education for billions of people.

Fantasy notions? Not in the brilliant mind of Microstrategy CEO and Founder, Michael Saylor. He believes they are very real probabilities in the not-so-distant future, and are just a few of the countless societal benefits possible by the increasing sophistication of wireless communications networks, devices, and software.

Microstrategy CEO and Founder Michael Saylor shares insights on U.S. wireless superiority and global value. 

Saylor’s McLean, VA-based company is acutely focused on collecting mobile data and using it to provide various forms of intelligence to a wide range of enterprises. He believes the U.S. wireless industry is uniquely poised to help companies improve their services in innovative and cost-efficient ways, which will ultimately enhance the lives of consumers in incredibly advanced fashion by today’s standards.

The United States is the world’s leader in deploying fourth-generation, high-speed wireless technology. That position, coupled with Saylor’s confidence in the global superiority of American mobile software, is sound foundation for his optimism.

However, while U.S. wireless advances are impressive and the potential for economic benefit significant, a key component to the value equation is the allocation of substantial swaths of mobile spectrum for commercial use. Spectrum is comprised of radiofrequencies used to transmit wireless signals, and the predicted exponential increase in future demand combined with the looming U.S. spectrum crisis make a sensible case for more spectrum being brought to market to enable Saylor’s fantastic future.

saylor_screen_shot2Hear more of Michael Saylor’s perspectives on smarter applications, mobile software, and wireless technology’s ability to dramatically change lives.

 

 

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