February 2007

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HP Integration Strategies: Impact of wireless trends on the HPI

When we put wireless technology trends together, we can see that their combination may bring change to the way the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) works, and may bring this change faster than we..

Forbes, H., ARC Advisory Group

When we put wireless technology trends together, we can see that their combination may bring change to the way the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) works, and may bring this change faster than we might expect. Mobile computing modularity. One major trend is the growing modularity of industrial wireless devices, especially handheld mobile computing platforms. Industrial wireless technology is changing rapidly. One of the trends that ARC has seen on the supplier side is to decouple the radio communications portions of new wireless products. Suppliers recognize that new and improved radio technology is being developed continuously. Also, radio spectrum regulations vary in different geogr

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